Hugh Lee

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I came to yoga in 2002 because I was looking for tools to manage and heal my depression and anxiety. I specialise in Yin Yoga, Meditation and run Yin Yoga teacher training courses.

Teaching & Certification

  • Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teaching (2 year diploma)
  • Paul Grilley Yin teacher training
  • Sarah Powers Yin teacher training

Teaching Style

  • Adjustments/Assists: Yes mostly verbal assists.
  • Theming: Mindfulness, Chinese Medicine philosophy, Yogic philosophy.
  • Sequencing: Using energy curve and smooth, effortless transitions.
  • Music: Ambient, Moby - Long Ambients album.

On & Off the Mat With: Hugh Lee

As a yoga teacher, what inspires and motivates your teaching?

Modern culture is burnt out, stressed out and anxious. As a former depression sufferer, Yoga/Meditation is a powerful tool for healing, I understand the transformational effects Yoga can have. I’m all about service and being a channel to help heal others.

How has your own yoga practice evolved since becoming a teacher?

I’m more motivated to do home Yin and Meditation practice everyday. If you’re not practicing regularly, you’re not really teaching Yoga.

Do you have any yoga teachers that you admire and/or look up to? Who are they?

Andrew Mournehis he was my first Yoga teacher, he Mentored me in my Yoga teacher training and I co-taught with him on Yoga workshops and retreats local and overseas.

For those of us that haven't practiced with you before, what can we expect from your classes?

Long, slow, and deep practice of tension releasing Yin poses that help create healing. Whilst practicing Mindfulness Meditation in the poses/practice.

I’m all about service and being a channel to help heal others.

What type of class could you teach all day, everyday and why?

Yin Yoga with Meditation. It doesn’t deplete my qi....

Do you practice any other form of movement or fitness besides yoga? If so, what kind?

Martial Arts specifically Qi Gong, Tai Chi, Kung Fu. As well as surfing and strength training.

What's your go-to spot in Melbourne to get inspired?

As I'm not based in Melbourne anymore and now live in Torquay, I surf most days - the ocean always inspires me so much.

Which 3 icons or figures would you want to sit next to at a dinner party and why?

Dalai Lama - Ive got a million questions to ask him! Pema Chodron - ask for advice on Meditation Eckhart Tolle - congratulate him on writing such amazing books

Finish this sentence. "I feel the most like myself when..."

I’m grounded and centered.

And lastly because it's fun, what's your spirit animal?

My Chinese horiscope animal is Rabbit.

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