Meet Our Instructors

Our team of instructors are a fun-loving bunch and

we are so excited to meet you!

Kimberley Kiew

Kimberley is a certified RYT 200 yoga instructor who advocates for self love, compassion and perseverance.

When she's not flowing on her mat, she spends her time as an actor and also works with people who are interested in understanding themselves better through acting.

A woman with big dreams and a big heart - her doors are always open so come say hi!

Seren Chen

A great believer in the kindness yoga can help you show your body, Seren enjoys helping her students cultivate a practice with grace, humour, and balance between effort and indulgence.

Outside of the studio, you'll find her singing to her sold-old theatre of bath and skincare products, neck-high in brownies, at the foot of a piano and mid-slide down a sofa.

Rachel Tay

Rachel loves to help students discover their potential, on and off the mat. It's not about a fancy inversion - as long as you are closer to your goal than you were yesterday (whatever that may be), she plans to celebrate that with you. 


Outside of her 9-5, Rachel is an avid fan of the outdoors and a huge animal lover. She is a certified RYT 200 instructor who sees yoga as time to break a sweat and have fun all at once.


Hang out with her on your mats!

Clare Chong

Clare is concerned with issues prevalent in ordinary life; the wink of an eye, the slight curl of the lips, a twitch in the ears. Clare works as a film director and has recently completed her 200-hr Hatha Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training. 

She hopes to teach everyone and anyone, to help them find their inner, most intuitive flow and movements.

See you in class!

Yeo Quan Qi

Quan Qi began his yoga journey in 2016 to complement his gym sessions. Today, Quan Qi practices yoga as a way of life and hopes to share his experience through his classes. Through his teaching, he has been able to progress not only in his asanas but also in the other limbs of yoga.

As a registered pharmacist, Quan Qi's classes focus on anatomical alignment and movement that increase strength and mobility in the joints and muscles.