Genevieve Tan Shu Thung
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Genevieve Tan Shu Thung (also known as Sandhya), LL.B (Hons), M.D. (A.M.), Ph.D, is the Spiritual Master for the Sandhya Maarga Mission, the founder of Sandhya Maarga Holistic Living Academy and HoLiNex TV.
Genevieve is also the founder of the Sandhya Maarga Yoga system. The Sandhya Maarga Yoga system encompasses the different streams of Yoga practice which she has devised. Few of the most notable original forms of Yoga that Genevieve has founded include (i) AcuYogaPressure™ , (ii) Abhyangam Yoga™ (Deep-Heat Massage Yoga), and (iii) Velocity Yoga™ / Cardi-Yoga-Robics™, and (iv) Arohanam Yoga™ (also known as Ascension Yoga™ or Ladder Yoga™). Recognised for her role and contribution to the field of Yoga, Master Genevieve has been appointed as an Honorary Advisor to the World Yoga Foundation and is featured on the famous breakfast show: Good Morning Tai Tai (Malaysia)'s weekly Yoga segment on NTV7.
Genevieve is also the Founder and Editor-in-Chief for Holistic Living Annex, the official online magazine for Sandhya Maarga to educate people how to lead a holistic lifestyle to boost the quality of their health and life experiences to achieve success. This free magazine also aims to raise the awareness of the public on the role of alternative medicines in the world today. She used to be a journalist and write for The Brunei Times and Deutsche Presse-Agentur (DPA / German Press Agency), one of the largest news agencies in the world.
Genevieve also spearheaded various humanity service programmes such as the free Chitta Vajra Programme for Kids, which is designed to instill moral education into young children so that they may grow up to serve others and contribute back to society in a positive way. Other programmes include the Women Life Force in Action (WLFiA) programme that helps and support women in the local Malaysian community to stand up for themselves against abuse of any kind. She also founded the PawPrints programme that rescues strays inflicted with diseases to treat them based on the principles of alternative medicines such as acupuncture, medicinal herbalism, homoeopathy etc.
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