Yoga became a part of Goi’s life in 2006 when she first attended a corporate yoga studio in Bangkok, Thailand, where she was born and grew up. Early in her practice, self-care was her priority in attending yoga. But later on, Goi found yoga to be more of a meditative path in her daily life, staying in the present by practicing breathing with movement. She also keeps pranayama, mediation, and chanting as key parts of her yoga practices.
Goi followed her passion for yoga by becoming a certified teacher through the 200-hour yoga teacher training in the US in 2016 with Pranava Yoga Center, a year after she and her family permanently moved to the US from Thailand. Goi continued her education in teaching yoga in different modules, yin, hot yoga, restorative, yoga wall, and children’s yoga respectively. In 2020, Goi completed her 300-hour advanced yoga teacher training, also with Pranava Yoga Center. Continuing her passion and dedication for teaching yoga, she received E-RYT 200, RYT 500 and YACEP through Yoga Alliance in 2021.
Goi received an M.A. in Teaching English as a Foreign Language and an Early Childhood Education Director License in Colorado. Here in Colorado Springs, Goi has also followed another of her passions, her love of working with children, by becoming a preschool teacher and assistant school director. When she has extra time, Goi loves to spend it with her husband, daughter, and their cat “Milkshake,” practicing yoga, hiking, reading, taking care of her plants, and cooking Thai food for her family and friends. Yoga is a life-long journey for Goi. She enjoys practicing with various teachers in different styles so she can bring that knowledge and experience to share with other practitioners in her classes.Studio Calendar