Health. Joy. Resilience.



"Tell me and I forget, Teach me and I remember, Involve me and I learn." Benjamin Franklin

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One-on-One or Groups
I teach at studios, gyms and community centers.
Styles include: Vinyasa, Hatha, Gentle Flow, Seniors, Kids,



Virtual Yoga offers convenience and accessibility from anywhere in the world!

My LIVE online classes let us stay connected with each other. 

All you need is internet access!

Female Presenter


Estate Planning Council Canada Podcast "Healthy Aging with Kelly Yee" Oct 2020

GNABC - Apr 2020 Conference

"Yoga & Chronic Pain Opposite Effects on Brain

Aug 27, 2020 - Langara Therapeutic Master Class Virtual Yoga & Healthy Aging



How I founded a Yoga Health Centre!

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I hold a BCom., MSc., researching Healthy Aging, and a Certificate in Yoga (YT200) with specialized training from Duke Integrative Medicine in yoga for seniors and ailments such as cancer, osteoporosis, arthritis, and chronic pain.

My love for healthy living inspires me to research healthy aging topics especially in areas where yoga is utilized to help our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. With many years of practicing yoga and pilates… I found a healthy balance between physical activity, environmental integrity, and mental well-being.

On a quest for deeper personal development, I discovered Yoga is the consistent therapy I used for treatment, fitness, and healing. A sequence of events led me to an inspiring yoga teacher (Jason Lu, Yoga Tree Studios), who provided the tools and knowledge to advance my practice, uncover my passion and love for life-long learning. 

I found my calling through integrating teaching and healthy aging!



"To learn, you have to listen. To improve, you have to try". - Thomas Jefferson



Participate in a 2-hour workshop to deepen your practice, focus on mindful-breathing, alignment, and enhance self-awareness.

Learn to keep your body and mind healthy with good posture, strong muscles,

and increase range-of-motion

in a fun, social, and friendly space.


Private therapy can be tailored to your specific needs and during a time that works for you!

Why Private Yoga?

Perhaps, because… 

  • you have an injury or ailment that requires special treatment

  • you are a beginner and shy to attend the group class

  • you want one-on-one guidance

  • you want individual therapy of breathing, meditation with mindful movements



Join my 'LIVE' online group yoga classes. Yoga is a joyful and safe practice that can be a complementary or integrative therapy for healthy aging.

There are many health benefits of practicing yoga…

  • improve balance; 

  • mental clarity; 

  • increase flexibility;

  • maintain focus;

  • emotional regulation;

  • minimize pain;

  • relieve anxiety and depression;

  • increase strength, and;

  • reduce social isolation.


I have spoken at a variety of events and conferences. My dream for everyone to live a healthy lifestyle at any age allows me to passionately speak and educate the community

of the health benefits along with ways to minimize the risks of practicing yoga depending on the ailment and/or age.

I love to educate whether it is in group setting of one, fifty, or thousands! 

Yoga is often minimized to physical fitness benefits only but there are profound benefits that even the healthcare community is adopting as a form of treatment and therapy for patient care and healing. 

Please contact me if you would like to book me to speak at your next event!

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Kelly has a great sense of humour with such positive energy. She is knowledgeable, caring

and a very dedicated instructor.

It shows how greatly she enjoys helping her students reach their highest potential.

And her passion for yoga shines through in her classes. 
I really love that she focuses on us practicing yoga in a safe and pain-free manner.

She wants us to build awareness of our own body and mind.

I always feel great after her classes!

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“Yoga does not remove us from the reality or responsibilities of everyday life but rather places our feet firmly and resolutely in the practical ground of experience. We don’t transcend our lives; we return to the life we left behind in the hopes of something better.”

Donna Farhi



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