Meet The Team
Mayank is a SomaYoga & Functional Movement teacher. A New Zealander who has spent 34 years studying in India. In addition to years of meditation and philosophical study of Yoga, he has been teaching internationally since 2009.
He has has been fascinated by the neuro-muscular aspect of somatics and how focused and aware movement can facilitate great improvement in releasing uncomfortable movement patterns, and help to build strength and function.
He has developed a fun exploratory approach to helping you thrive and feel good in your body.
Marcelly has been practicing yoga since 2003 and teaching since 2006. As a personal trainer and gym instructor her first contact was trough the more vigorous and physical practices. But soon she found out yoga is far beyond the physical aspects. Over the years she attended different courses, workshops and two teacher training in Brazil and India.
The practice of yoga has empowered her to better understand herself and take charge of her own physical and mental wellbeing. She's very interested in mindfulness and awareness and they are constant recurrent themes in her classes.
For Marcelly, yoga is an act of self-care.
Originally from the Toronto area of Canada, Korrie now calls New Zealansd home! She has been practicing yoga for over 15 years, and has been teaching for over 4. Officially trained through the Jonny Kest methodology offered by LifePower Yoga, which focuses on Vinyasa and Ashtanga, her teaching approach is adaptive, articulate, often a bit playful, and (most importantly) always inclusive.
Tyrone began dancing at the age of 8 in the Philippines. At the age of 18 he became a professional dancer and earning from it. He’s been a choreographer and dancer for more than 15 years. Some of his accomplishments includes dancing on TV shows and corporate shows not to mention the TV commercial he has done and been part of. Teaching at schools student and teachers alike.
After moving to Singapore in 2009 he has worked and trained as a fitness dance instructor with some of Singapore’s finest teachers. Fast forward to 2013, Tyrone moves in New Zealand also started teaching Hip Hop for kids and adults.