Body awareness and breath control
Private session / Group class
At home or at the studio
60 min class

Private session for
1100 HKD


Body reinforcement, performance and fitness
Private session / Small group
At home or at the studio
60 min training

Private session for
1100 HKD


What is osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a manual therapy based on medical sciences, drug-free that focuses on the understanding of human body as a whole.

It holistic approach consider all aspects of the patient: mind, body and lifestyle. Osteopathy is suitable for all ages.
Osteopathy aims to improve health across all body systems by physical manipulation. The objective is to increase mobility, relieve muscle tension, enhance blood supply to tissues and help the body to heal properly.

Its philosophy considers that if the body is balanced, it is continuously healing itself. When pulled out of balance by various stressors (fatigue, stress, poor nutrition, trauma…), injury or disease may manifest. The Osteopath assists the body into a balanced state where healing can once again be optimised.

Scope of practice
  • Functional musculoskeletal system included TMJ syndrome
  • Acute and chronic body pain
  • Mechanical inflammation (tenalgia, tendinitis and fasciitis)
  • Nerve pain (sciatica, cruralgia, cervicobrachial neuralgia)
  • Various kind of sports injuries such as joint sprain and muscle strain
  • Migraine and common headaches caused by bone misalignment & muscle problems
  • Constipation, functional digestive disorder and reflux
  • Stress, insomnia and whiplash techniques
  • “Postural” problems due of bad habits
  • Decrease of tension in the body, reducing pain & tension headaches
  • Reduction of pain in muscles and stiffness in joints
  • Support of spinal posture
  • Increase of blood circulation and healing
  • Improvement of joint mobility
What to expect
  • Lifestyle, posture and osteopathic dysfunction evaluation
  • Treatment plan
  • Soft and comfortable techniques
  • Joints – tissues manipulations and mobilisations
  • Release trigger points
  • Fascial, visceral and craniosacral techniques
  • Massages and stretching
  • Rehabilitation program


What is Yoga?

Unlike stretching or fitness, yoga is more than just physical postures called asanas. Yoga is suitable for any age and level.

Yoga is an old discipline from India. It is both spiritual and physical. There are many types of Yoga and Hatha Yoga is one of them, which emphasizes the most on exercise of physical body.

Hatha Yoga is an umbrella of others sub categories of practices developed recently in the world as Vinyasa Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga or Power Yoga.

Hatha Yoga practices use breathing techniques, physical exercise, relaxation, diet control, positive thinking and meditation. It aims to develop harmony in the body, mind, environment and helps to improve health and happiness.

Scope of practice
  • Yoga Therapy
  • Traditional Hatha Yoga
  • Vinyasa Yoga
  • Jagannath Yoga Series
  • Yin Yoga
  • Wushu Yoga (mix of martial arts as Tai Ji, QI Gong, modern Kung Fu)
  • Anatomy workshop for Yoga Teacher Training certification
  • Stress relief
  • Detoxification
  • Strength and flexibility
  • Breath control
  • Body balance
What to expect
  • Breathing exercises
  • Low-impact physical activity
  • Balancing postures
  • Inversion pose for advances students
  • Core work
  • Relaxation


What is workout and fitness?

Workout and exercises are a subcategory of physical activity that is planned, structured and repetitive. It aims to improve or maintain one or more components of physical qualities (strength, endurance, coordination, speed and flexibility) and overall health and wellness.

It’s important to pay attention to biomechanics – good movement – and finding the right balance between pushing yourself and not crossing the line. Going ‘full gas’ isn’t always the way to achieve results. Even doing a small amount of exercise is healthier than doing none or too much.

Workout programs aim on restructuring lifestyle while helping to provide the necessary amount of appropriate exercises with the motivation you need for your success. Training can also be used to promote toning or building of muscles, recovery from Injuries or improve specific skills for athletes.

Training is suitable for any age and level, perfect for someone looking for an all-around healthier lifestyle.

Scope of practice
  • Functional mobility Training
  • Interval Training and HIIT
  • Weight management program
  • Kettlebells and dumbbells exercises
  • Martial arts (Kung Fu Wushu and Tai Ji)
  • Nutrition advices
  • Weight control
  • Strengthen bones and muscles
  • Improving joint mobility
  • Preventing aging
  • Heart diseases risk reduction
  • Sleep improvement
What to expect
  • Global approach
  • Initial assessment of goals and lifestyle
  • Initial evaluation of physical qualities
  • Personalised training according to your goals
  • Broad range of tools and exercises from fitness and martial arts
  • Intermediate and final evaluation to check the progress