Mindful Movement was born out of a deep desire to teach quality movement. We believe in giving our practitioners the gift of self-awareness to better understand their bodies.
Our small, personalized classes give our clients individual attention within a group setting. We also specialize in one-on-one to Private sessions to work with your specific needs, injuries, or goals.
Together, we build sound foundations and guide people through a full range of different movement modalities in a safe space.
Our instructors are always growing, and so far, have had accreditations in Aerial Yoga, Antigravity, Functional Range Conditioning, Pilates, Yoga, and more. We are always looking to expand our education to help our clients address their movement needs.
Founder of Mindful Movement
Polestar Pilates Studio Course Certified
Polestar Scoliosis Workshop with Alexander Bohlander Certified
Pilates Adaptations for Scoliosis Based on Teachings of the Schroth Method with Lise Stolze + Hagit Berdishevsky
Antigravity Fundamentals, Suspension Fitness, AirBarre
OM Advanced Teacher Training Aerial Hammock
Mindful Movement Barre Founder & Teacher Trainer
Joanna is a Pilates, Aerial and Barre instructor who takes to working first from a pain-free zone with kindness and empathy. As the founder of Mindful Movement she seeks to motivate others to find deeper connections between mind and body, growing their body awareness to find freedom of movement in all planes of motion.
Reiki Healer, Hatha Yoga Instructor & Bhakti Yogi
G.S. College of Yoga and Cultural Synthesis, Kaivalydham
Quality Council of India (QCI) by Indian Yoga Association
Reiki Healing - Reiki Level 3 Practioner
With yoga, Hwee fell in love with the low impact workout (which was gentle for her teenage injured spine). With many injury experiences (she has injured every where possible in her body), she is even more mindful in giving variations and modifications for all body types during asana practice.
As an advocate of self awareness, she believes that the whole point of practising yoga is to increase self awareness. And hence, the practice between asana (physical exercise) and meditation has integrated into one. It is said that we don't do meditation, meditation happens to us.