Master Yeung started Taekwondo at twelve years old. With more than 30 years of experience, Master Yeung has great knowledge of Taekwondo including the spirit, technological and competitive aspects. He represented Hong Kong twice in the World Taekwondo championship, and twice in the Asian Taekwondo Championship. In 1994, Master Yeung changed from player to coach. In 1997, he lead Hong Kong to gold and bronze medals at China's Taekwondo competition. In the 2009 China Open, his team was fifth in the female under 46kg weight class; he was also Hong Kong's Taekwondo team coach in the 2009 East Asia Games, with 1 Silver and 2 Bronze medals. Master Yeung's principles are simple: discipline, determination and hard work.
Anna Agawa started her journey in dance and ballet at age 6 and hasn’t looked back since. Anna joined Ballet Philippines in 2004 as a full scholar and was awarded “Most Outstanding Scholar”. Anna was also a full scholar at Ballet Magnificat Summer Intensive Workshop in Mississippi and after was accepted as a trainee in Light of the World Ballet Company in Syracuse, New York. Anna’s illustrious career in dance led her to perform all over Asia over the years, and fell in love with the art of aerial dance while with Airdance Company in the Philippines. Since then, Anna has performed professionally in numerous aerial shows across Manila, and most recently toured Seoul performing a contemporary and aerial piece with Airdance Company.
Although she spends a lot of time off the ground practicing and teaching Aerial Yoga, Dani also carries the spiritual teachings of the yoga philosophy and qualifications both in Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga, which she gained through intensive studies in India. She is a certified 200-hour E-RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) and 500-hour RYT instructor with the Yoga Alliance. Her most recent training took her to Goa, India where she studied at Abhinam Yoga Center under Namito, a long-term student of Swami Satyananda, B. K. S. Iyengar and Osho – all highly respected and renowned Yoga figures.
Dani's aerial journey began in 2009 in pole fitness and continued onto aerial arts and aerial yoga shortly after. She completed her Beginners to Advanced Pole and Aerial Fitness qualifications under K. T. Coates, one of the founding members and President of the International Pole Sports Federation, and gained her Aerial Yoga qualifications through Aerial Yoga UK with Devi Kaur who teaches around the world. Dani has teaching experience in Scotland, Vietnam and Hong Kong.