As a person who exercises regularly, Ed took first yoga class in the same spirit that he had brought to aerobic exercise or weight training. He did not come in with any kind of faith that yoga would change or even transform his life, but it did. Even though he did not fall in love with yoga immediately, with his continuous practice, yoga started to become a part of his life without knowing it. After years of devoted practice, Ed first participated in Thailand Yoga Asana Championship in Bangkok 2008 and received 1st place. With continued focus, he has become the 4-time National Yoga Asana Champion and placed 2nd in International Yoga Asana Championship in Los Angeles 2011.
Ed became a Yoga Alliance’s international certified yoga teacher in January 2012 at 200-hour level. His teaching is mainly inspired by Vinyasa tradition. Off the mat, Ed volunteers his time to teach yoga for kids in nonprofit organization with the belief that children can help create a peaceful world.