Yoga is accessible for all ages and abilities
Hong Kong Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training — For All Abilities
Join Hersha for Hong Kong’s first Accessible Yoga Class
Saturday June 17th, 11:am @ Asia Society Hong Kong Centre
Hong Kong Integral Yoga Teachers of 2018
Hong Kong teacher training certification course on Yoga, Meditation & Mindfulness and the Neuroscience behind it
The final part helps you set aspirations vs expectations
The fourth contribution discusses how to connect with core values in a way that will help you take the first step forwards.
The third part of this blog series explains how cultivating acceptance and recharging your course with a different pace helps get you out of the rut.
The second part of this blog series helps you identify possible causes of the rut and what you must be willing to face in order to come out of it.
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My mission is to make the teachings of yoga accessible to anyone! I share with you teachings, guides on how you can enhance your practice and exclusives to upcoming events and trainings.
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My husband and I co-founded YAMA Foundation: a unique non-profit organisation that brings yoga, art and meditation to under-served communities in Hong Kong regardless of background or ability. We provide free outreach programs to those who don't have the opportunity to receive the benefits of yoga and meditation. We have programs in: schools, community centres, hospices, prisons, refugee centres, hospitals, special education schools and other local charities.
I advocate for persons with disabilities and special needs. Through my journey, I have had many clients with different abilities and from different backgrounds. My greatest inspiration is my niece Talia, who was born with a rare genetic disease and her life changed my direction in teaching yoga and helping others.