Joo has been teaching hatha vinyasa yoga, restorative yoga, meditation, and qigong since July 2007. Inspired by Max Strom, Matthew Raymond Cohen, Mimi Kuo-Deemer, Robyn Wexler and Judith Hanson Lasater, his classes emphasise breath, alignment and intention. Joo’s sequences integrate movements and postures from the yogic tradition with energetic qigong practices to leave you strengthened in body and calm of mind.
Since his first acupuncture treatment in 2006 with Cameron Tukapua, founder of youbeingyou.org , Joo has trained and set up his own Five Element Acupuncture Practice .
Born on a small island in Malaysia in the 70s, it is a wonder that life has given Joo such rich experiences in Beijing, Shanghai, New York and the UK. He has now put down roots near St Albans, with his husband and their two dogs. He is indebted to his family for their love and support and for the continued friendship of Cameron, who is an inspiration and guiding light to this day.
The Sleep Challenge
Because there is nothing better than a good night’s rest: yoga, aromatherapy, breath work and more.
Wake Up Winter
Warm yourself from the inside out and enliven body and mind throughout the winter months.
Take Heart: Recover Gently
Gentle yoga to help you recover from stress or illness.
Sharpen Your Mind
Practices to improve your focus and concentration and enhance your study breaks with yoga.
Happy Hour Yoga
Transition mindfully from your working day into the evening.
Move Into Calm: Yoga to reset and recentre
Reset and recentre with yoga classes to help balance anxiety.
Yoga to Heal Heartache
Ease the pain of heartbreak and find equilibrium again through the practice of yoga.
Chair and Bed Yoga
Chair and Bed Yoga for less mobile times offering gentle yet strong classes.
Explore how yoga and qigong complement each other offering profound energy cultivation.
Perform at your Best
A course to help you prepare for a big event
Back to the Mat
Shorter all levels classes to support new routines and schedules for the new year.
Gentle yoga classes which are perfect if you are less mobile, recovering from illness or injury, are older or new to yoga.