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Teacher Profile


Sarah Kam :

Sarah embarked on her yoga journey in 2013 in the pursuit of inner peace and calm. After her first teacher training programme with Paktrick Creelman in 2013, yoga transformed into a lifelong journey of teaching and sharing. Sarah likes that yoga is not a competition with others, but rather a competition within oneself. It is through consistent practice, hard work, patience and most importantly, the ‘can-do’ attitude that helps one to grow and become a better yoga practitioner.


In 2017 Sarah established Hikari Yoga studio. ‘Hikari’ is Japanese, meaning ‘Light’ in english. Sarah believes that yoga is a light, transforming her life path. 


"Yoga can transform our lives and help us live in harmony with the world around us. " - B.K.S. Iyengar


In additional to foundational teaching training, Sarah also explores into pre and postnatal, Children’s, infant massage and prenatal women massage teacher trainings.


  • Postnatal yoga shooting supervised teacher with Aptamil Milk Powder, 2023   

  • Prenatal Yoga Immersion with Rita Keller, 2022

  • Fertility Yoga Teacher Training with Ana Davis, 2021

  • Lead teacher - Postnatal Depression Yoga Research with PolyU (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University), 2021

  • Course Director of 85 Hours Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training, Hikari Yoga, 2020

  • Pre & Postnatal Pilates with Carolyne Anthony, 2020

  • Pelvic Floor Anatomy & Physiology for Women’s Health with Bliss Baby Yoga, 2019

  • Prenatal Women Massage, 2019

  • Himalayan Singing Bowl Therapy with Tsang Man Tung, 2018

  • WildLotus Yoga Teacher Training with Patrick Creelman and Rinat Perlman (300 hours), 2016-2017

  • Polestar Pilates Mat Training, 2017

  • International Association of Infant Massage Instructor Training with Mia, 2016

  • Mindful Birth Teacher Training for Pregnancy, Birth and Baby Yoga with Jean Byrne & Michelle Papa (85 hours), 2015

  • Children's Yoga Teacher Training with Jenny Gecko Yoga (95 hours), 2015

  • The Foundation Yoga Teacher Training with Patrick Creelman (200 hours), 2013

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