"A Little Mix of Cardio, Balance and Pilates"
Small Workout Group Session with Tze Yin (max. 6 pax)
19 MAY (WEDNESDAY) | 2PM
This Chair Exercise session has been specially tailored with beginner-friendly moves, and customised for seniors with limited mobility. The exercise will have a mix of light cardio movements, strengthening, balance training and pilates exercises.
We have limited to only 6 pax for this session as Tze Yin will closely supervise and guide each participant. Please ensure you position the camera to yourself if you wish Tze Yin to check on your form and posture during the session.
Please register via this event page or contact YC (+65 8138 2387) to book a space, before it runs out.
Attire: Wear something that you can exercise comfortably in and remember to find a spot that allows for ample space to move about as we want you to be safe at all times during the workout.
Equipment: A sturdy chair (without arm rest), weights (dumbbells or water bottles) and stretch band.
Tze Yin graduated from China Medical University (Taichung,Taiwan) - Bachelor of Science in Sport Medicine. Since then, she has worked in various fitness and wellness centres as a Personal Trainer to assess her clients' their fitness level and help them attain their goals, as well as to eliminate the chronic pain problem. Knowing that a combination of different exercises can help many more, her passion helped her realized the need to learn more and deepen her knowledge, and hence her focus in using Pilates as well. Besides working with the young and fit, she also finds the joy in working with the older adults. Tze Yin is also certified for Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) to help improve her clients' pain control, muscle stiffness and even myofascial release. She emphasizes on protecting the spine with proper muscular activation and to train the muscular integration to perform complex tasks. Educating her clients about proper exercise methods and knowledge would ultimately create a deeper awareness about themselves. She feels that learning is an endless process, especially the human body - it is an endless journey of discover!