Our Omology Yoga teachers each bring their own little something special to the mat when they teach.
Kylie is the owner and founder of Omology Yoga. She has more than 10 years of experience practicing yoga and thousands of teaching hours.
Passionate about sequencing and theming as key drivers in the class experience, Kylie guides her students on a journey of self-growth and discovery through movement and sweat each class.
Known for her strong, mindfully constructed & music-driven vinyasa flows, Kylie brings her goofy 90’s-child sense of humour to the mat, encouraging students to be lighthearted and have fun in their pursuit of new things.
A self-professed foodie, when she’s not on the mat, you can find her (still) lululemon-clad enjoying a glass of wine or sweating it out over a bowl of soup noodles. Because life’s about balance ;)
Dura began her yoga journey in 2014 for the sole purpose of a balanced lifestyle. She found a sense of release after every practice and decided to explore yoga further in 2016, hence gaining her 200 hours certification.
The discovery of conscious breathing throughout her first pregnancy empowered a mindful practice , which then lead to a drug-free gentle birthing.
Leaving the corporate world to teach full-time, Dura now enjoys teaching Hatha, Vinyasa and prenatal classes infusing breath awareness through movement, taking one step at a time, doing what feels good for the mind, body and heart.
Chloe is a 250hr RYT and has studied under Julie Montagu and Ambra Vallo in London. Her yoga journey started with wanting to alleviate pains from lordosis and mild scoliosis but she soon learnt that the practice goes so much more beyond the physical. Chloe is passionate about sharing both the physical and mental benefits of yoga and cultivating more mindfulness on and off the mat. A yoga flow with Chloe is about tuning in to your breath and body and having the space to play and explore in the poses.
Practising for over 15 years now and also teaching for the past 4 years;- Jenifer’s main philosophy is always be a student first. Her intention is to inspire, motivate and share her knowledge of yoga to everyone so that they connect with their inner self and radiate their true potential.
Jen incorporates a holistic approach in her teaching style, influenced by her own experience as a practitioner of Sivananda's Hatha yoga. The basis of her teaching philosophy is that yoga can benefit all body types, gender, and basically anyone. The base of her classes focuses on breath, while leading students through a series of vinyasa to discover their potential.
Jen’s classes are accessible to beginners, while also challenging for intermediate students as well as advanced students- with individual attention paid to each student and their progress. Her aim is always to guide and help every practitioners to gain a deeper understanding of yoga and radiate positivity.
A Finance Manager by day and a yogi by night who will bring balance to your books and body. She loves inspiring others to maintain a healthy lifestyle. With a past background of numerous physical activities i.e., gym, long-distance running, hiking, scuba diving and rock climbing, she has finally settled her down comfortably with yoga. She believes that just by focusing on one’s self during the hour of yoga practice makes a whole lot of difference to not only the physical body, but also the subconscious mind.
Her yoga style focuses on Hatha incorporated in a dynamic Vinyasa flow which are energetic, compassionate, humorous and fun, all at the same time! Besides the fun, she looks to create a nurturing and safe environment for students to be mindful of the inward focus and exploration of the body, mind and spirit for yogis of all levels.
Certified 200hr Yoga Alliance. Certified Forrest Yoga Bodyworker. Certified Pre/Post Natal Yoga. Has been teaching for 3 years, mostly Vinyasa and Yin. Personally, when students successfully find full relaxation in Yin practice through the breath, it brings joy to my heart.
Josephine started her yoga journey back in 2009. It was one class & she was hooked! She had never done any other form of exercise prior & yoga seemed to be feasible enough to keep coming back to. Over the years, her journey has taken her through various forms & styles of practice, as she believes we are all ever evolving & growing. For every different stage in your life, there will always be a form of yoga that you will resonate closely with as you learn to create your own form of "balance" - finding Yin to your Yang, or Ida to Pingala. Wherever your yoga journey takes you, Josephine believes that one should never stop exploring, keeping in mind to always lead with your heart.
Matthew has practised Yoga since he was a teenager. He lived in India for 7 years where he learned the yoga technique in Shivanada. He studied further Pranayama, Meditation and Yoga Asanas at the KryaYoga Ashram under Swami Shanker Ananda Giri. He also studied Ashtanga Yoga at Mysore.
He has been in Malaysia since 2006 where he teaches intermediate and advance level classes.
Since 2009 he has developed a strong interest in the Tripsichore technique (movement with breath) under the teaching of Edward Clarke. It is the key component of his teachings today.
Sue Lynn has been a yoga practitioner since 2015 and found that the practice gives her the peace and balance in life that she has been seeking.
Now a Certified 200 hr Registered Yoga Teacher, she wants to share her love of the practice, and at the same time learn from every student she encounters. Her yoga style is Hatha Vinyasa based, and she aims to inspire people to gain more self awareness on their mind and body by guiding them through proper alignment and breathing techniques.
Vanessa is an energetic, confident and personable yoga practitioner with over 8 years of training. She obtained her Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200) in 2015.
Vanessa is a proficient practitioner and teacher in several flows of yoga which include; Dynamic, Vinyasa, Hot, Gentle, Airflow and private training.
She envisions the art and practice of yoga in everyday life. She celebrates the diverse range of yoga practices throughout our globe and seeks to enhance each students’ unique abilities and strengths when practicing yoga. Combining the physical, mental and spiritual in everyday practice to bring about peace and enlightenment to everyone she interacts with.
What began as an attempt to restart her active lifestyle after years of lacking physical activity soon turned into an inevitable part of her life as Abigail discovered how yoga helped overcome personal issues she struggled with, particularly on imperfections and body image.
Hailing from a cardio-heavy fitness background, Abigail enjoys strong and sweaty practices, inviting students to flow through creative yet powerful sequences with emphasis on breath-movement connection. She looks forward to create an energetic, engaging and fun, yet safe and welcoming environment for everyone to practice in.
Adele has always believed in movement as beneficial for both body and mind. A B.A in Psychology, coupled with a deep personal interest in healing and movement led her to a deeper study and practice of yoga and meditation. She has been on her personal yoga journey since 2011 and is presently a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher at the 500 level with basic Ayurveda knowledge, and hours more of immersions and training in myofascial release, bodywork, reiki and energetic healing modalities, that are integrated into her approach. In January 2017, she earned YACEP (Yoga Alliance Continuing Ed Provider) and E-RYT 200 status. Based in Kuala Lumpur, she teaches private and group Yin, Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga classes.Her own practice continues to be essential to her way of life and teaching; traveling frequently to study, teach and train with teachers, to deepen her practice, develop better skills and continue to be inspired so she can share the same with her students.
Yasmin is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance. She is trained in Yin Yoga, sound healing, Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga. She started practising yoga in 2007. Subsequently she realised the gifts of yoga go beyond the physical benefits. She has since completed more than 1000 hours of training. She enjoys both Yang and Yin and sound healing where her practice ranges from power Vinyasa to Yin/Restorative with a focus on alignment in yoga poses while moving with steady breathing. She hopes to have students leaving the mat feeling rejuvenated, stronger and more flexible.