Like most yoginis, Dewi encountered yoga through the traditional Hatha Yoga lineage. After completing 200H in Hatha Yoga, she went on to train in Yin Yoga (200H), Forrest Yoga, Pre/post-natal Yoga and Kids & Family Yoga, Trauma Sensitive Yoga, as well as trainings in Integrated Manual Therapy, Sports Massage Therapy and Spinning Babies® techniques. Whilst pursuing her pregnancy yoga teaching certification in London with Dr Uma Dinsmore-Tuli, she was introduced to the practices of Womb Yoga and Yoga Nidra, where she experienced deep connection and profound rest. After completing her Womb Yoga (Well-Woman Yoga Therapy) training with Dr Uma, she felt a strong pull to create a community of support for women back home and Terra Luna Yoga soon came to be.
Fuelled by her desire to empower mothers from #wombtoworld, she certified as a birth and postpartum doula in 2019 and also received additional training in Optimal Maternal Positioning®. Her doula work at wonder births greatly informs her teaching approach in pre-natal and post-natal yoga classes.
Jennifer Tan started yoga to rehabilitate a badly broken arm, and soon realized the potential of a dedicated yoga practice. She eventually found herself on the path of teaching Hatha Yoga, Yoga for Athletes, Trauma-informed Yoga, Accessible Yoga (in-progress) and Restorative Yoga. Trained by the “Queen of Restorative Yoga” herself, Judith Hanson Lasater, Jennifer is one of the few teachers in Singapore who have completed both Level 1 and Level 2 Relax and Renew®️ trainings with Judith. Jen loves to explore movement through various modalities, from basic strength and cardio, to more explorative methods such as Functional Range Conditioning and Feldenkrais. Whether she’s teaching Hatha or Restorative Yoga, her classes will always be guided by mindfulness as an intent, often with the breath as a focal point.
Aly’s classes are drawn from many different styles and the result is an intuitive blend of Yin, Flow, Yoga Therapy, Yoga with Music (Inside Flow), Myofascial Release and Aromatherapy. She was first introduced to yoga right after university and never looked back since. Aly’s classes are interactive, light-hearted - she believes in feeling educated and inspired by your own body. Her injuries led her to seek new teachers and learn more about therapeutic disciplines and other types of movement, e.g. functional mobility, myofasical therapy and yin yoga. Aly is trained in Yoga Medicine® and includes their therapeautic approaches in all of the classes she leads.
Sara is a yoga and meditation teacher, from Egypt and calls Singapore home. She discovered her love for yoga in 2014 in her first ever class, specifically in savasana. Sara then continued to practice over the years which led her to certify in Hatha, Vinayasa, Prenatal and Postpartum Yoga. She is passionate in empowering women through yoga to love and accept their bodies in all stages of life. In her melting pot of a practice Sara teaches yin, vinyasa, gentle, restorative yoga. She specializes in prenatal and postpartum yoga, guiding women as they transition between two worlds. As a teacher and facilitator, her hope is to hold space for people willing to transform, explore, and experience the beauty of the practice.
Kris started practicing Pilates out of curiosity when she was 18 years old. Little did she know Pilates would turn out to be such a big part of her life, seeing her through all her significant transitions. Being a working mum to a spirited and strong-willed 4 year old, she resonates with fellow new-ish mums and approaches working with postpartum women with compassion while helping them reconnect with their bodies through breath work, core and pelvic floor awareness. Kris studied with Pilates Elder Ron Fletcher (1921-2011) from 2004 and has also trained in pre/post-natal Pilates, diastasis recti recovery and exercise for pelvic floor health. She is the co-founder of the BodyTree Group and has been teaching Pilates for 17 years. She has also mentored students in Singapore and SE Asia to become Pilates teachers with many going on to having successful teaching careers and their own studio practices.
Diana is both therapist and yoga teacher. She has been practising yoga since she was 13. She is trained in Hatha Yoga, Elemental Yoga Therapy, Myofascial Yin and Spiral Yoga and Restorative Yoga. She is passionate about women connecting in with the cyclical wisdom of the body and has trained in Well Woman Yoga with Dr Uma Dinsmore-Tuli. She is an ongoing student of qigong, having studied with Mimi Kuo-Deemer, Daisy Lee and Sai Calder, amongst others, and continues to be immersed in different movement traditions of somatics, active meditation, dance. She also offers therapeutic support in group and/or 1:1 settings through gentle practices such as Reiki, Jin Shin Jyutsu, Tension and Trauma Release Exercise (TRE) and Craniosacral Therapy, amongst others, where grounding and safety are central to the experience.
Rowena found yoga in 2007, but it was not until in 2009 when she started becoming more serious about the practice after seeing how yoga supported her mother’s recovery over cancer, that. She completed 200H in Hatha Yoga and went on to train as a pre/post-natal yoga teacher (200H). It was after the birth of the second child that she decided to want to do more in supporting women in their birth journeys, and subsequently embarked on her birth and postpartum doula training. Rowena counts her children and the women she serves as her inspirational figures in life and in her yoga practice.
Cynthia started practicing yoga in 2008 and completed her 200H Teacher Training in Hatha Yoga (Anusara inspired) in 2015. She completed 50 hours of Yin Yoga Teacher Training (Acupressure, Medical Qigong and Lower Arm/Leg Anatomy) with Jo Phee in 2017, Trauma Sensitive Yoga in 2019 and is an avid practitioner and healer of Wellness Medical Qigong. She continues to be inspired by her teachers Carlos Pomeda, Christina Sell and Desiree Rumbaugh. Through her teaching, she balances the need for effort with the need for rest. She hopes to create a space for women to not only build strength through asanas, but more importantly, to connect within for deep healing and nourishment. Cynthia leads our Yoga Foundations 4 week programme.
Zheng first started yoga at the age of 18, as a complement to her contemporary dance practice. Since then, yoga has taken the main stage and helped her through various stages of her life, especially through her pregnancies and motherhood. She first started teaching regular yoga classes in 2010 and found many female students to have various needs that were not fulfilled in regular yoga settings. This led her to on the path to Pregnancy Yoga and Womb Yoga with Dr Uma Dinsmore-Tuli. In those practices, she found a deep connection between yoga and the needs of the female body, and has since been called to serve women particularly during pregnancy and post-birth. Beyond teaching yoga, she is also a trained counsellor and faciliates our regular Mothers' Circles.
Rose has been providing healing bodywork services for over 20 years. Her warmth and affability has won the hearts of many women who have received her treatment. Mothers have trusted her over the years in providing pre-natal and post-natal treatment, where she combines traditional confinement techniques such as bengkung or abdominal wrapping with herbal oils, with up-to-date understanding of the female body.