Yoga Tribe includes people who seek yoga, meditation and connecting with like-minded yogis. We are a community of people who take time out from the stresses of city life, to challenge and nurture our bodies and minds. Learn to cultivate deep presence and embody balance, ease and strength in a complete practice.
“The success of yoga does not lie in our ability to perform postures, but in how it positively changes the way we live our lives and relationships.”
Give to Yourself
4-Week Mindfulness Meditation Course
Oct 4, 11, 18 & 25 2017
“Givers are self-focused, paying attention to what other people need from them. They help others without expecting anything in return.”
– Adam Grant, in Give and Take
Are you a giver? Do you find yourself giving to others every day? Our jobs, family, friends and various communities often ask of our time, attention and resources. From a place of chaos and busy-ness, let yourself explore how the gifts of meditation, community and self-inquiry can uplift you – For clarity, natural vitality, purpose and peace. Give back to yourself.
Elaine, a mindfulness meditation coach, speaker, facilitator, yoga instructor and reiki healer, shares workshops and classes that are accessible, multi-sensory, informative and experiential. She is the director and founding teacher at Yoga Tribe.
Her focus is on the integration of mindfulness, neuroscience, yoga, and somatic embodiment. She creates and delivers trainings, keynotes and workshops on mindfulness at the workplace and beyond. She has worked with corporate leaders on how mindfulness can create paradigm-shifts at work, impacting stress levels, resilience, creativity, emotional intelligence and happiness. She also spends her time teaching yoga and meditation to individuals and non-profits.
Elaine’s work stems from her training in insight meditation practices, Embodied Flow yoga, dance and somatic therapy (ongoing). She has studied with internationally-recognized leaders in the field of yoga, meditation and/or somatic therapy: Tara Judelle, Scott Lyons, Bonnie Bainbridge, Noah Maze, S.N. Goenka, Jack Kornfield and Sarah Powers.
She is also a certified NLP practitioner, educator and coach. Her interest is on researching how meditation, yoga and movement practices can transform society, one corporation at a time.
Cheryl is an engager, inspirer, and adventure seeker. Even though she first discovered yoga during her undergraduate studies, it took a few years before her practice moved beyond the physical realm. Under the tutelage of her teachers, she discovered the immense potential yoga has to awaken our physical, emotional and spiritual psyches.
Having been labelled as a troubled youth in her teens, her committed practice enables her go beyond her limited beliefs, self-regulate when triggers arise, and be an empowered individual. She believes in practicing and teaching yoga from a place of compassion, empathy and most importantly — love.
She is the founder of The Breathe Movement, a social organisation that provides accessible yoga-based programs to at-risk communities in Singapore. Cheryl continues to study under Scott Petrie, Seane Corn, Richard Freeman and Mary Taylor.
Come meet us at one of our regular sessions
We hold Embodied FlowTM classes, from 7 to 8pm, at the Substation, located in the heart of the civic district.
45 Armenian Street
Nearest MRT stations are City Hall, Bras Basah and Clarke Quay stations
We hold Embodied FlowTM classes, from 11am to 12 noon, at GuavaLabs.
6 Shenton Way
B1-05, 04, 06
Nearest MRT station is Tanjong Pagar station.