Betty came into Yoga purely by curiosity. As the years passed, it was the beginning of a long inward journey. Yoga is a way of life and it teaches her that everything in life is temporary.
Betty undertake her first 200-hour TTC from the teacher training conducted at Yoga Vidya Gurukul Singapore and soon after she graduated, she decided to reaffirmed her knowledge in yoga teaching by obtaining a second certification in 200-hour Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Course at OhmSantih Yoga. Her teacher War War has always reminded her: “If you want to be a really good yoga teacher, you need to be connected to yourself through your own practice, and that gives you something to bring back to your students.”
Practising yoga for 4 years now, Betty is glad that she found the gift of her life and now she would like to share the knowledge as well as connect with people around her through yoga. Continuing her own practice and teaching yoga now go hand in hand as she sequence classes based on what she practise. Her approach to yoga classes is to be patient and compassionate with yourself; choose the variations that work better for you. Yoga postures are designed to meet you where you are, not for you to conform to each pose. She always reminds her students that the best teacher is alive and well inside of you and the practice is about learning to listen to that inner-teacher, honouring what you hear and practising your yoga with a sense of inner compassion and intelligence!