Q: Hi Zephyr! Tell us a little about yourself and your journey in fitness.
A: My fitness journey started 8 years ago when I quit my corporate job in preparation to be a mother. At the same time, I returned to yoga practice at the gym that I’ve been paying for years, but hardly showed up due to my busy work schedule. That was the time I received a Yoga TTC leaflet and that's how my journey in becoming a yoga instructor unfolded. 

Q: You’re a mom, fitness instructor and at the same time an entrepreneur, how do you strike a work-life balance?
A: Time management and prioritization. I’m thankful for my husband and business partner who is working alongside me that makes my life less stressful so I can focus on doing what I really love with all my heart. And not forgetting all the support I received from my family members whenever I need a helping hand!


Q: From your years of teaching fitness, what is your biggest challenge? 
Sometimes I blank out during group class teaching and forget what I have done on side A when moving to side B! Haha. But the biggest challenge is to make sure there’s no injury during the session from the members. I hope they feel good from the practice, not otherwise.

Q:What advice would you give to someone who is just about to get started into fitness?
A: Start with some realistic goals that are achievable. Ticking off those realistic goals no matter how small they are will be the small wins that keep you motivated and keep going. Trying to stick to a routine that is easy to commit and hard to compromise is important to make fitness a part of your daily routine.


You don't have to be great to start , but you have to start to be great!


Q: If you only have 15 minutes to work out everyday, what would you do?
Surya Nasmakara A/B and inversion practices. Pilates mat works especially bridging and roll up. 

Q: Besides work, what do you do during your free time?
A: Aside from spending quality time with family, I love to bake, cook and role-play with my daughter. I also practice to get inspiration for my teaching.