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Yoga & Live Music @ Kocoon

Yoga & Live Music @ Kocoon

Yoga instructors: Victor Chau  &  Dee Rawlins alternatively

Guitar: Jordan Thomas Mitchell

On Mondays, 8-9:15pm

Venue: Kocoon, poolside of The Opposite House

200rmb / person, 1st timers: 150rmb

RSVP REQUIRED: 13651243437

Class limited to a small group each time for the quality of the experience and so that the teaching can be focused on each participant. Minimum required to hold a class: 2 students.

All levels are welcome!

Yoga mat: The gym has 3 yoga mats that can be lent on a 1st come 1st served basis. Thus, we recommend you to bring your own.

Please refrain from having a heavy meal two hours before class starts. Have some juice or a light snack if necessary. Classes start at 8pm sharp and please arrive 15 minutes early to allow yourselves sufficient time to change and relax.


Rongkun Zhao Rongkun Zhao is a 300-hour Yoga Alliance-certified yoga instructor, she was trained with Ashtanga yoga, Qi Gong, and Pilate. She believes yoga can enlivens and awaken your body, much more than just stretching and strengthening, what we are creating in yoga is harmony and stillness. Zhao's classes are playful, fun and sweaty vinyasa flow sequences combined with pilate training. She believes having a strong core can improve your practice and daily life in so many ways. She invites you to join her in a fun expressive exploration on your mat!

Victor Chau

Starting yoga out of curiosity, Victor Chau was introduced to this ancient art of body and mind by accident. For the next nine years, he went on a journey through different schools of yoga – Iyengar, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Power and Yin yoga, to name a few. In 2010, his dedication of yoga finally took him to Sivananda Kutir, spending four weeks in an ashram in the remote Himalayan region of Northern India, learning under the tutelage of Swami Vishnudevananda’s disciples. There, he devoted his full attention to the sacred practice of yoga, chanting, meditation and the appreciation of nature. Now a Yoga Alliance 200-hour certified Sivananda yoga instructor, Chau also completed a Yin Yoga Teacher Training workshop with Sarah Powers in 2010. In 2011, he attended China Yoga Summit , which was conducted by Sri B.K.S Iyengar himself and a yoga workshop with Donna Farhi, and most recently in 2012 completed a Pilates Fundamental Teacher Training with Claire Norgate. Chau teaches in a number of premier yoga studios and hotels in Beijing, giving group or private classes in English, Putonghua and Cantonese.
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