- Venue: GK Organic Farm
- Time: 8.30am – 1. 30pm
- Date Available: Pls call Ms. SK Lee 012-3866078
- 1 ½ hour yoga session from Gan (GK's Founder cum Certified Yoga Instructor)
- ½ hour Barefooted farm walk. Learn to balance each steps, feel the ground and regain the senses, most importantly discharge negative energy from your body.
- Sharing on Natural Therapy
- Farm Fresh Organic Buffet Luncheon***
- Maximum 30 students/class
- No prior yoga experience necessary
***Menu may vary depending on the day’s harvest and chef’s inspiration. No meat, no seafood or artificial “mock meat”. Our cooking normally contain onion and garlic, If you are not taking garlic and onion please inform us when you make your booking.
What to Bring ?
- Comfortable clothes to stretch in
- Small towels for perspiration or for assistance during the poses
- Yoga mat
- Yoga block (if available)
- Be on time! Yoga appeals to your spirit, any interruption to the class will be disturbing to all others.
Born in a farmer’s family, and a UPM agricultural graduate, Gan gave up his career as a conventional extensive farmer cum agrochemical dealer and switched to organic farming in 1994. The initial years were tough as public response to organic food was poor and there were limited tehnical farming references available locally.
He has rode out the difficult periods (though harvest still depends on the natural factors such as weather and soil conditions) and has been generous in sharing his farming experience with willing learners from around the world.
From the ground of organic, his interests have naturally sprouted and grown to natural therapies such as Chinese Medicine, chopstick therapy, urine therapy and meditation. Along the line, in promoting healthy lifestyle, he realized that, besides good diet and therapies, regular exercise such as yoga is crucial in maintaining good health.
He is a certified yoga teacher, completed his teacher-training (200-hour YTT program) with Ysynergy (USA's Yoga Alliance registered yoga school RYS), and was awarded a "Mat of Honor" among the 19 graduates in 2009.