Victor ChngSpecial classes with Victor Chng has become a regular feature at Kate Porter Yoga. Victor returns to KPY from time to time to conduct his specialty classes and are usually focused on the Yin practice. These interactive extended sessions allow students to learn more than ‘how’ but also ‘why’ we do certain things in yoga.

Victor has been practising yoga since 2002. He began his Yin Yoga experience with Paul Grilley and Sarah Powers and now blends Chinese Medicine, Qi-gong, Tai-ji and other ancient Chinese movement techniques into his teaching. Victor believes that Yin Yoga is the original way in which ancient exercises are being done.

He emphasises breathing and Qi cultivation in his work. Victor has vast knowledge on Indian philosophies, Chinese philosophies, Eastern and Western approaches on movement techniques. He hopes to bridge ancient knowledge with modern perspective. He is also a keen follower of Tibetan Buddhism, Taoist and Indian Tantra. More on him at

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Introduction to Qigong

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Date and time:

Starting Friday, 15th January 2021


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Venue: Online via Zoom
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Class fees are as per normal.
How to pay:
  1. Create an account here first if you are not already a member of KPY.
  2. Search for the class under ‘River Valley’ and look for the class on 15 January 2021 and book yourself into the class.
  3. Make your payment via PayPal here to confirm your spot.
  4. A receipt will be sent after we receive your payment. If you do not hear anything from us after 2 days, please email us to check.
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What is Qigong: Qigong is a way of energy circulation in the body. It requires the body to be relaxed to find its organic movement. The joints need to move in their natural range of motion without creating resistance.

According to Qigong masters, “If one aims to cultivate Qi, then no strength should be engaged. When one aims to activate strength, then Qi will not be cultivated”.Our arms is the part of the body that guides and floats Yang energy in the body. They will be loosened up in order to effectively guide the Qi. Our journey will begin by working to loosen neck and shoulder intensively.

You will achieve overall flexibility in the upper body and strength in the lower body. The Qigong intends to provide yin-yang balance and strengthening of the internal organs over time. Join Victor to realise the flow of your Qi.