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Kim Seow

Kim Seow, founder of Cittalift is passionate about sharing yoga, meditation practices and evidence based psychological skills that have helped her to overcome adversities.

Prior to becoming a yoga teacher and wellbeing trainer, Kim worked as a Chartered Accountant in the area of international tax for multi-national corporations in Singapore, Melbourne and London for 30 years. She understands the stressors that come with being a professional, working in a high-pressured environment while trying to raise a family.

Since practising yoga, meditation and other psychological skills, her life has been transformed to one filled with gratitude, compassion and meaning. She is passionate about guiding her participants to the gateway of mental clarity and self-discovery, to help them live a fulfilling and meaningful life.

Kim has taught yoga and meditation to people from all walks of life for over 10 years. She was also the Training Lead and Master Trainer for SAHMRI Be Well Co where she has trained thousands of people on evidence-based psychological and resilience skills for the past 6 years.

As Training Lead, she was instrumental in developing the Be Well Certified Trainer Program and responsible for training and certifying the first 6 intakes of Be Well Co’s certified trainers.

She brings to her training a blend of Western psychology and Eastern spiritual teachings.

Andrew Czuchwicki

Andrew is a Yoga alliance E-RYT200/RYT 500 qualified yoga teacher. He guides yoga practices with an emphasis on breathwork and internal awareness.

Andrew has studied at the Centres for Mindfulness at UMass and USC San Diego and has qualified to facilitate the 8 week MBSR programme and mindful Performance enhancement(mPEAK) and from this thorough grounding in mindfulness completed Mindful Practice facilitator training at University of Rochester.

Andrew says “I guide mindfulness from a firm grounding in my own daily practice and ongoing study with various mindful applications which allows me the flexibility to tailor practices to suit very differing requirements on both group and individual levels”

He sees the role of facilitator as guiding people towards the most appropriate path towards realising freedom and fulfilment. He continues to work as a Specialist Anaesthetist where he uses the practices he teaches on a daily basis for himself, colleagues, co-workers and his patients.