Joseph Lee

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Joseph was first introduced to Hatha yoga in 2002 in Singapore. He is blessed to have received instruction from many great teachers in various styles, including Yin yoga, Asthanga yoga, Anusara yoga, Kundalini yoga and Bikram yoga.

He is a RYT 200-hour certified yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance (USA). Joseph believes that yoga is a practice that can be adapted to suit any life stage or body shape. Everyone is different in body structure, fitness level, flexibility, concentration ability and breathing capacity. His yoga classes are designed and structured around these primary principles. Everyone can practice yoga at their own pace respecting own limitations, and yet enjoy the multiple benefits that yoga brings. All it takes is personal commitment and self-discipline.

Joseph’s mottos for practicing and teaching yoga are: 1) respect your body for where it is today 2) be present, centered and mindful in your practice, and 3) breathe, smile and enjoy your practice.

Joseph incorporates karma yoga as part of his daily yoga practice, and is very grateful for each opportunity to serve others.


Physically, my body was changing. I felt physically and mentally stable, and I felt my feet firmly on the ground. I was able to concentrate and pay attention to the details of my body and my mind.


  • Easily learn with hundreds of informative lecture videos created by experienced teachers, which go far beyond the typical “yoga” related content
  • Practice method that builds body awareness and safely develops strength, flexibility and control over movements.


  • Interactive online platform, fine-tuned over the past 5 years. Unique learning architecture
  • Self-paced study, no payment upfront, check it out before any commitment
  • All in-person learning only in small groups or one-on-one
  • Focus on skill-building and understanding rather than memorization
  • 100% of our graduates feel confident to teach immediately
  • Fully online with hybrid options available


  • “A movement practice that makes sense”
  • “A movement practice that connects the dots”
  • An approach for those who wants to “understand WHY”