Vicki Chew is currently a rhythmic boxing coach at Tribe Malaysia, a personal trainer and holds the glamorously unpaid title of being a single working mother. I love this episode because it’s raw and honest about facing hardships and making them work in our favour. I hope you'll enjoy this as much as I did!
Andres Vesga has been leading the movement culture in Hong Kong under the name “HK movement practice”. We talked about what beliefs Andres had to remove throughout his entire career in the fitness industry, to now be known as a movement teacher, how he manages ego, struggles, and how his movement philosophy spills over to life philosophy.
I propose Hard Knock Questions in this mini series. Questions we’re all curious about but might possibly offend some when asked in person. Today’s question: What’s it been like fighting cancer?
In this episode, we talked about how Dr Kim herself handled being self-quarantined in Hong Kong, how to choose who to talk to when you need somebody to talk things out, the importance of physical touch, important skillsets to develop for relationships with family, friends and partners, establishing purpose, narcissism vs woke culture and making life adjustments.
On this show, I talk to folks who embody various skills to cultivate resilience. I wanna know how they rationalize, how they care for their physical health AND mental health, how they handle relationships, how someone leads a sex-positive life, how to be resourceful - HOW to thrive.
Vee Lea is currently a coach, creator of One Minute Mobility and co-founder of Trybe, a training center for gymnastics, weightlifting, acrobatics, and movement, in Hong Kong. Under her belt of co-founding and founding establishments, they include Aerial Arts Academy in Hong Kong Viva Vertical in Malaysia, Viva Circus performing troupe, Fly Yoga, and the International Pole Dance Fitness Association