SP+ is all about empowering our clients with different lifestyle or fitness needs with Pilates / Yoga coaching.
Our motto “Positivity always! Progress over Perfection!” is embodied in our brand, classes’ design, and personified by our instructors. We believe that “Being Fit” does not happen overnight, it involves us changing our mindset and committing to a continuous journey. All of us can embark on our individual fitness journey by taking the 1st and biggest step across our mindset and commitment hurdle, and as they say – the rest is a piece of cake – one small bite at a time, together. Yes, you are not alone – our instructors are committed to work with you to Stay Positive with Steady Progress throughout your journey.
Working with our clients to assess and identify individual needs, Pilates can be introduced to:
SP+ studio seeks to provide a cosy, positive environment for our clients to relax & recharge, before and after our classes.
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Dee believes that the breath is the key in yoga and a good practise can be when when a student smiles and communicates with the teacher or sets a keen focus with communicating with their own bodies during their practise.
Having practising yoga since 20, Dee realises that it is through teaching that she truly starts to learn.
As a dancer for the past 20 years, I have my fair share of muscles and joints overuse as well as injuries sustained due to over exertion and not enough knowledge in taking care of my body.
I discovered Pilates around 8 years ago and fell in love with how Pilates help me to condition and strengthen my body as well as manage my injuries better.
I find joy in helping my students know more about their bodies and working together towards an injury free life.
Hazel started out her yoga journey in her early 30s to cope with her hectic lifestyle and bad posture. Upon reaping the benefit of regular yoga practice, she decided to deepen her knowledge on yoga by diving into a 200hrs Teacher’s Training Course at Tirisula Yoga in Singapore and further enhance her knowledge and practice with 300hrs at Association for Yoga and Meditation in Rishikesh, India. She is also a 500hours certified Yoga therapist. She works with patients of varied health conditions and has witnessed the vast improvement on her patients who underwent treatment with her.
She is a firm believer in holistic therapy for overall mental and physical wellbeing. Hence, she armed herself with some useful skills in swedish massage, sports massage and Myofascial Release. Additionally, she is a himalayan singing bowl practitioner and is also an apprentice from the internationally renowned Singing bowl pioneer – Master Shree from Nepal.
As someone bounded behind a desk at work, Jeanne sought yoga to help with her physical and mental well-being. Attending her first class back in 2015 made her realise her love for yoga.
Growing up as a non-physically active person, it came as a surprise to Jeanne that she was able to do a Plow pose! That day gave her a realisation that a mindful guidance through a trained yogi, allowed her to connect both mind and body to do things unimaginable before.
Jeanne loves to actively explores various fields of Yoga. Her biggest passion is to cultivate a sense of awareness in the body to create an active sense of being present in the moment, in hopes to create a safe space for anyone and everyone to discover joy in yoga through their body and peace in their mind.
A yoga practitioner since 2003, Karen believes that happiness in life comes when all elements are in a state of balance. When put into perspective of yoga practice or any physical exercise regime that each of us adopts in our lifestyle, calibrating that fine balance brings on joy and peace within us.
Karen has been teaching since 2011 and specializes in teaching of body movements through Yoga and Pilates, to help people to understand how to move their bodies in a way that is nurturing and mindful, creating alignment not only on the physical form, but also aims to facilitate students in the cultivation of equilibrium in their minds and bodies. Her teaching style is aimed to making Yoga and Pilates accessible to everyone and advocates using props to make the practice fun and beneficial.
Karen is well versed in teaching core yoga, vinyasa flow, hatha yoga, yin yoga, pre & post-natal yoga. She is also trained in Stott Pilates Matwork (Level 1& 2).
Off the mat, she’s an avid runner and enjoys her morning runs at ECP.
Kuan found yoga about 15 years ago. As much as she enjoyed the mindful sequence of postures, it was the first five minutes of calming centering and the last ten minutes of savasana that really drew her into the practice till today. After each yoga session, she found herself feeling recharged in her physical body and relaxed in her mind.
To gain deeper understanding of the practice and of herself, she made her way to India in 2013 and completed her 200-hour of Hatha Yoga Teacher Training with Yoga Vidya Gurukul. Inspired to learn continuously, she also received teacher trainings in Yoga Therapy, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga and Myofascial Tension Release by many renowned yoga teachers in the subsequent years.
For Kuan, yoga is a way of life and a spiritual journey. Her practice of self-exploration and empowerment has provided her with beneficial tools to face life lessons on and off the mat. Kuan places emphasis on understanding and honouring one’s own limitations, while at the same time, nurturing growth through mindfulness and balanced efforts. Through her offerings, she continues to hold space for others and this place of service is where she feels most humbled and grounded. Kuan’s classes are embodied, intuitive and therapeutic including pranayama, meditation, asana and deep relaxation.
Hi there! Im Stef.
I have participated in different sports activities throughout my life – from short distance sprinting to long distance running, netball, golf, racquet sports, etc. – I love them all. I crave variety of focus with each of these sports activities and at the same time, got bored in these activities when it’s became about honing and perfecting your skill.
When I was introduced to Pilates years ago, the variety and intensity of different exercises kept me coming back for more – I was never bored. I was intrigued with the variety and modifications using props / equipment that suit different individual needs.
Pilates allowed me to additional benefit of destressing and recharging during my hectic (corporate) work week, and learn to work and mobilize the muscles that I never know I had. I decided after years of being a student attending Pilates classes, to pursue the Pilates Instructor certification – to satisfy my thirst of understanding the Pilates exercises repertoire and sharing Pilates further with others.
With the different skillsets acquired during my corporate / people development experience, instructor certification and personal Pilates journey, you can expect my classes to be fun and practical!
Namaste! This is Swee Yeng.
My yoga journey began initially as a lunch time escape from the office. After each practice, I would feel, rather than exhaustion, physically rejuvenated with a clarity of mind that helped to sharpen my focus on the tasks at hand. As I progressed, I pleasantly uncovered new levels of flexibility and physical ability, and sleepy afternoons became a thing of the past!
Intrigued by the positive influences of yoga on the mind and body and thankful for all that I have gained, I decided to take a break from the banking industry to pursue the Yoga Instructor certification that would enable me to share this passion and experience so that others too, may benefit as I have.
Today, teaching yoga has brought about another level of learning and introspect, as I gain new inspiration each time I see students embark on their own journey of self-discovery and growing not only physically, but also mentally and emotionally.
I believe in having balance in all aspects of our lives and you can expect combinations of mobility, stamina as well as strength building in my classes.