Instructor, Aerial-Pilates & Functional Training


Feeling a little lost and with the growing feeling that an office job wasn’t for me, Im Joy, originally from Saigon decided to focus

on broadening my horizons through traveling and meeting new people along the way to find myself and my desire which I was born to do. This brought me to Pilates, which I found improved my performance in yoga, climbing, pole dancing and weightlifting after just a few months of practice. Recognizing that Pilates is still quite new in Vietnam, she obtained the International Pilates Instructor Certificate of Body and Flow, with the intention of spreading her passion across the country 

I have just come back from Hanoi after 3 years of teaching Pilates, Aerial Conditioning and Functional Training, with a mission of building a healthy awareness of practicing to nurturing body and mind for everyone to live better.


* Pilates Mat Teacher for all Levels of Body and Flow - approved by PMA of USA

* Prenatal and Postnatal Teacher of Body and Flow

* 50 hours Aerial Teacher of OM Factory New York

* Personal Trainer of ISSA - USA

* Reformer Pilates Teacher of Swiss Pilates (Thailand)


Pilates /pɪˈlɑːtɪz/ is a physical fitness system developed in the early 20th century by a German St. Joseph Pilates. 

Pilates concentrates on strengthening the body with an emphasis on spinal articulation, deep muscles and core strength. This helps to improve general fitness and overall well-being:

- strengthening the Power House - Core: Abdominals, Lower Back, Glutes and Thighs.

- improve posture: Kyphosis-Lordosis, Scoliosis, Flat back

- support to relieve back pain and all pathologies or injuries

- help us to get long lean muscles and get fit

- building the endurance and body awareness to be able to attend to another training programs: martial arts, Yoga, weightlifting, climbing, pole dance, gymnast and get better performance. 

Pilates at Ha’s studio will be practiced on Mat with equipments: wooden sticks, elastic bands, chairs, magic circles, stability balls... so that we can learn how to control the movements from the Power House (Core)


Functional training are movements based on real-world situational biomechanics. They usually involve multi-joint movements which place demand on the body's core musculature and innervation.

Functional movement usually involves gross motor movement involving the core, which refers to the muscles of the abdomen and spinal such as segmental stabilization.