Learn to listen and appreciate your body through yoga, breathworks, bio Resonance, ayurveda, pilates, imp movement, traditional chinese medicine, Osteopathy, physiotherapy, active isolated stretching & many more.
Learn to listen and appreciate your body through yoga, breathworks, bio Resonance, ayurveda, pilates, imp movement, traditional chinese medicine, Osteopathy, physiotheraphy, active isolated stretching & many more.
Meet Our Talents
Hiro Landazuri, @actionhiro on Instagram, is an internationally renowned yoga teacher. After a career in heart transplant surgery, Hiro left to heal the body in another way – through teaching yoga. Practicing yoga since 2002, Hiro had trained in various modalities and had acquired numerous injuries. Hiro began to pursue a perspective a type of yoga practice that would heal injury along with develop functional strength and flexibility while developing mental fortitude. Incorporating his medical knowledge into his practice, Hiro teaches functional movements, not only healing the body, but challenging it in a way that promotes growth for the physical practice while also developing mindfulness. He now teaches his own style of yoga, Functional Flow, a practice for the body and mind.
Maria Noella Zosa (Wei)
Wei is the No.1 diver in the Philippines National Freediving Team and a 6x National Record Holder. She has been teaching vinyasa and power yoga in Bali and Philippines for the last 5 years and is a freediving instructor in Panglao for the last 3 years. Famous for her creative and smart yoga flows that enables her to connect and adjust with every level of practice.
Her knowledge in both yoga and freediving has influenced her teaching style as she integrates techniques from both disciplines.
She focuses more on the inward journey rather than a technical approach as the body connects with the mind and self through asanas in order to achieve peace.
Kumar got his first taste of learning the sitar in 1983 from Pandit Dharambhir Singh, a disciple of the world renowned Ustad Vilayat Khan, in the United Kingdom. He later underwent sitar lessons from Shri Orme Maheswaran in Malaysia, a disciple of another legend, Pandit Ravi Shankar. In 1991, he met his lifelong guru, Ustad Usman Khan, under whose guidance he still remains.
Residing in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Kumar has performed widely throughout the world in various capacities, and has gained recognition as a classical Indian sitar player, as well as an accomplished musician who is able to fuse his music with other genres. While performing solo concerts, he is also the lead sitar player for AkashA, a highly popular Malaysian world music outfit, as well as the principal sitar player for the Malaysian Traditional Orchestra. He teaches sitar and Indian music and serves as the Music Director of The Temple of Fine Arts International.
Kumar is the recipient of several awards, among them being the Anugerah Seni Negara (Karyawan Seni) and also the Tokoh Warisan Negara (National Living Treasure) by the Government of Malaysia.
His music features in several recordings and albums, including his solo albums and that of AkashA.
Monika Ramasamy is a Kuala Lumpur based practitioner with over 30 years of experience as a holistic practitioner. Starting as a yoga teacher, Monika went on to obtain qualifications in Yoga Therapy, Naturopathic Nutrition, Western Herbal Medicine and Homeopathy so that she could offer a uniquely balanced perspective on all things health.
Monika is a member of the Complementary Medicine Association of Australia as well as Naturopathic Medicine Association and Integrative Medicine Association of Malaysia (AIMM).
Monika has a special interest in osteoporosis and joint-health which was inspired by watching a loved one struggle with the complications caused by these conditions. From this, Monika has dedicated her life to providing training courses locally and around the globe that focus on combining yoga and nutrition as part of holistic treatment and prevention.
Jeythevan Partiban, an Engineering graduate has been on a mission to spread the beautiful science of living – Ayurveda since 2004.
Being an advocate of ayurveda, he tirelessly preaches about Ayurveda to everyone that he crosses paths with. His enthusiasm and passion has never stopped him from building a business which purely focuses on serving clients with high efficacy and reducing the medical bills.
Jeythevan has also positioned himself, as the leader of the ayurveda industry in Malaysia. From one humble centre, he is now a proud owner of 3 diversified businesses in Malaysia.
From medical treatments to rejuvenation therapies, he also started the 1st healthy Indian cafe which serves only the best home cooked healthy meals cooked by loving mothers, Sihat Wellness Kafe, in Melaka.
Priyalji is an osteopath based in Kuala Lumpur.
He graduated in 2016 after a four-year full time course at Greenwich University, (European School of Osteopathy), Priyalji has worked and observed in multiple clinics in Kuala Lumpur. He has treated and provided guidance to patients with chronic and acute lower back pain, neck pain and various other musculoskeletal conditions.
He is a registered member of the General Osteopathic Council, the regulatory body for Osteopathy in the UK.
Having played football all his life, later on tennis and completed a half- marathon, Priyalji aims to specialize and aid with sports related injuries. He also has a special interest in understanding wear and tear related problems such as knee osteoarthritis, cervical and lumbar spondylosis that is rife in the Malaysian population.
Tony Lim Thiam Beng is a Wellness Medical Qigong certified Trainer cum Qigong Therapist. An ardent qigong practitioner who has a staunch believe that self-healing is the best medicine one can ever have in time of pain and dis-ease.
With close to twenty years of practicing qigong, Tony Lim is ever happy to share his experiences and thoughts about the art and providing qigong healing treatment services to the communities.
Tony Lim was in IT industry for more thirty years. Jogging, running, hiking and playing badminton continue to dominate his life until today besides regularly leading group exercises in qigong.
With more than 20 years’ experience in the music and wellbeing industry in Europe & Asia, Melissa has a deep understanding of how intention in the creative process impacts the human condition. Melissa has developed a transformational modality, Intuitive Music Programming (IMP), using music as a foundational tool. Intentionally curated playlists facilitate dynamic shifts through layers of out-dated belief systems. Her intuitive guidance provides sacred space for activating new perspectives whilst dissolving limiting patterns to realise our full potential. Embodiment practices incorporating Yoga and Dance are integral to her work, anchoring transformation on a cellular level.
Sabrina is a choreographer, dance coach and professional performing artist. As founder and owner of Resonate Dance Company, her aim is to create a positive and safe space for students (of all ages) to express themselves through the arts while striving for utmost excellence, integrity, sense of community, grace, passion and legacy. With over 20 years of experience in the performing arts and group fitness industries in Hong Kong, U.K. and Malaysia, Sabrina brings her own brand of magic to help you access your own spectacular. (AASFP, ACE, RAD)
Adeleena is a travelling teacher from Kuala Lumpur with a background in psychology. She is passionate about movement as medicine for both body and mind. Presently a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher with over 1000 hours of training. As a continuing education provider, she teaches Yin, Ashtanga, Vinyasa yoga and mindfulness practices. Her own practice continues to be essential to her way of life and teaching, traveling frequently to study, teach and train with teachers, to deepen her practice, develop better skills and continue to be inspired so she can share the same with her students.
Amanda believes learning to live well is essential to our daily lives.
Certified health coach and founder of Allways Live Well, Amanda supports and guides women to make small, significant, and sustainable changes to daily living to support all areas of their health.
Amanda’s mission is to bridge the gap between conventional medicine and alternative health care while supporting women to shift into a life where they “Allways Live Well”. Amanda supports her mission through personalized coaching sessions, online and in-person workshops, speaking engagements and writing.
After going through sets of health issues due to stressful lifestyle, prolonged usage of commercial cosmetic products and pharmaceutical drugs, Angie chanced upon essential oils which transformed her life and led to her journey in natural healing. Angie believes in living a healthy lifestyle, and using non-toxic, non-carcinogenic products for natural healing and beauty.
In 2012 Liam moved to Malaysia and opened up The Stretch Clinic which uses state of the art protocols to provide services that improve athletic performance, treat injuries and manage chronic pain.
Liam currently spends his time between working in the clinic in Kuala Lumpur and traveling to work with high profile clients in Europe and the Middle East.
In 1985, Erik continued his education under the tutelage of Master Tan Pak, a military red army doctor who specialises in traditional bone and joint setting.
He later went on to further strengthen his foundation in the study of Biomechanics and Human Movement at the prestigious Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Australia.
Ian Lee is the principal and founder of Osteohub. He is a globally recognised osteopath who has worked with several professional and Olympic level athletes. He is also a certified NLP practitioner, Master hypnotherapist, dry needling practitioner and Rocktape trainer. All these are just tools for one job, to aid the client to achieve balance; structurally and emotionally.
In his journey as an osteopath working with national athletes, he has also had the opportunity to represent Malaysia as a goalkeeper in ice hockey in the Asia Winter Games and SEA Games. Having had the experience of putingt his own body through a high level of competition, this has aided his understanding of how the body works and its capabilities of healing. But of course, it is always better to have a preventative strategy to reduce the risk of injuries or dis-ease than having to cure it.