Name: Simon Ngo
Simon’s affection with yoga began in 2011 as an injury prevention protocol to his competitive sports. Raised as a Buddhist, Simon has always been connected to the philosophical teachings of living a more dharmic life since childhood. It was that moment on the mat that sparked new found yet familiar curiosity in asana and pranayama to movement and mindfulness for Simon. Therefore, Simon decided to swap his fancy suits for activewear to pursue a career in fitness and coaching.
In 2016, Simon completed his 200HR teacher training with Power Living and has since completed his Advanced Vinyasa training with Duncan Peak and Advanced Assisting with Power Living. Complementing these, Simon has also studied Yin and Advanced Yin with Mel McLaughlin.
As a teacher, Simon continues to teach powerful classes with intelligently curated sequences feathered with his soft touch of coaching and yogic wisdoms. You can also expect his classes to be sprinkled with his joyful and positive outlook to mindful living.
Getting to know the crew:
What’s your favourite asana?
Any arm balance! These asanas are challenging and I’m afraid of falling… it’s when we fall that we learn the biggest lessons in our practice and life!
What sound do you love?
The sounds of ocean waves.
When you are not extending, bending and sweating what do you like to do?
You can always find me at the beach with a book