Instructors

師資介紹

 Instructors.

Muse 4 Yoga NY 的所有老師皆受過完整專業訓練, 並且擁有美國瑜珈聯盟 RYT 教師合格認證以及YAI歐洲及印度國際聯盟教師認證.

我們的老師除了專業的教學態度之外更具備溫暖的個性特質, 希望每位學員每次來到教室上課, 就像回到家中般地自在放鬆地釋放壓力。

更重要的是期待每一位學員透過練習瑜珈, 讓平靜在身體內旅行,心靈感受到愛與和平。

Our teachers in this yoga studio want to spread love and knowledge about yoga to everyone. The teaching style is creative, dynamic, and fun, with influence from Ashtanga, Vinyasa Flow yoga, power yoga, inversion exploration, Meditation Flow, and kids yoga. Practice here feels like when you practice at home.

Pla

500 -RYT / Yin yoga 100 Hours

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Pla creates safe, innovative yoga classes that inspire students to understand the elegance of their minds and bodies. She teaches with a playful energy that engages and delights. She also encourages students to stretch beyond their perceived limitations and become open to new yoga poses and consequently new life experience. She has been practicing various yoga methods since 2004, she became a certified Hatha Yoga instructor in 2011 and completed her 500 hour advance Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training in 2013.

Linda

200 RYT / 300 YAI / Pre–natal yoga / Yin yoga 50 hours.

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孕婦瑜珈執照/ 台灣丙級教練執照/陰瑜珈 50 小時研習營 / 筋膜放鬆研習營

Linda is from Taiwan.In 2004 When she start practice Hot Yoga in San Francisco, she was falling in love with yoga. after almost 10 years practice, she really know yoga change her a lot . In  July 2013 get her RYT -200 in Taiwan . In Nov 2014 get her YAI-300 in India . she noticed is not only ask students “HOW” to learn yoga , and  must let them  know” WHY” to  learn yoga.

Linda 來自於台灣 , 2003年來到美國,2004 年在SF 練習熱瑜珈, 開始熱愛上瑜珈練習. 在一位熱愛瑜珈的好友的影響下 ,Linda 開始練習傳統瑜珈 ,更加感受到瑜珈帶給心靈內在的轉變. 於是在2013 年回台灣參加美國瑜珈聯盟RYT-200小時師資,Linda的師資啟蒙老師Sucharita&Michael在她的瑜珈練習中佔了很重要的位置,讓她完全對瑜珈更深層的了解.愛才是瑜珈真正的精華要旨.2014 年跟隨著台灣的印度老師小P老師回印度參加歐洲印度瑜珈聯盟YAI-300小時師資練習,真正從外到內去體會瑜珈,當然瑜珈絕對不只是體位法, 所以希望學生們也能去感受練習後身心靈成長及平靜.

Latdawan Chanthawong (Oy)
200 -RYT/  Restorative yoga100 hours
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Growing up in Thailand, Latdawan learned to meditate when she was a child, and often heard about the word “Samadhi.” But she didn’t know what, exactly, it meant until her curiosity led her to discover Vipassana Meditation in 2002. Through Vipassana Meditation, she began to know “Samadhi” and to understand the true meaning of living mindfully in the present moment. Vipassana Meditation has been her life partner ever since.

In 2003, Latdawan discovered Yoga and fell in love with it. She realized that by keeping her body healthy and finding her physical strength, she could find stillness within her mind and could get to know her own mind-self. With love for yoga in her heart and curiosity in her mind, Latdawan earned her 200-hour teacher training certification at Laughing Lotus Yoga Center in 2012. A devoted student of yoga and in the University of Life, Latdawan continues to open her heart and mind to learning. She is studying Samskrit with the Samskrita Bharati, and is also a Reiki practitioner.

Latdawan’s practice is deeply spiritual, and is rooted in the desire to understand the mind and find a deep sense of tranquility. To her Yoga and Meditation are divine medicine that purify the mind and body, teach how to live in the present, bring balance and peace to the mind, and fill the heart with loving-kindness toward the self and all other beings. She hopes to guide her students toward their own personal sense of clarity and true happiness by sharing this divine medicine. She believes that by keeping this divine medicine in their pockets, everyone can be healthier in both body and mind, will suffer less, and find more space for happiness in their hearts.

Latdawan is deeply grateful to all her yoga teachers and the people who have guided her along this amazing journey. In gratitude, she deeply bows her head to the feet of the Lord Buddha, Laung Phor Jarun and her Buddhist monk teachers.

Sandy
500 RYT.


In 2010 get her certificate of yoga instructor from China and them get her RYS 200 Yoga Teacher Training in 2016 from New York Yoga .

Yoga can be the practice intended to strengthen the body and mind to make you wiser and stronger in areas you didn’t know before. Anyone can breathe;therefore anyone can practice Yoga,but no one can practice every kind of Yoga, It has to be the right Yoga for that person.

Based on Asana connected with Pranayama is the combination of Meditation brings new awareness for Yogis.

Ashley

200 RYT

Ashley received her first advanced Hatha yoga teacher certification in China and earned her second 200-hour yoga teaching certification from Sacred Sounds Yoga(NY) in Aug 2017. As a teacher, Ashley is warm and friendly and pay attention to the needs of every student throughout each class. She leads yoga classes for all skill levels blend dynamic, intelligent, and creative sequencing with clear alignment instruction.She offers detailed verbal cues and expert hands on adjustments/assist to help his students find a fuller experience in their yoga practice. She believes that through our yoga practice we can create change such as learn presence, patience, self-love and much more.

Siri

200 RYT

Siri was born and raised in Trang Province, South West Coast of Thailand. He was interested in yoga at the age of 15, with self-study from local books. Yoga is the specialty of Siri. His style of teaching combines Thai Massage and Vinyasa Yoga together . He believes knowledge is like a river which enhancing the intellect without end, by sharing knowledge and experience with students, all kinds of backgrounds, are part of the journey to the enlightenment of life. Yoga is the foundation of elevating the mind.

Yvonne

200 RYT

300 RYT

Yvonne began her practice of yoga in 2002. Her love of yoga grew as the years passed with her practicing, learning and teaching in China. In 2014, she came to New York to continue chasing her yoga dream, and received her RYT-500 hour certification from YogaWorks. Her class combines the precise alignments with vigorous movement, she aims to teach in a step-by-step manner that clearly illuminates the path to even the most visually complex poses. Yvonne loves to help students to pay attention to the process in their practice in order to achieve more acute awareness of their bodies and minds.

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