About Raudhah

Born in Singapore, raised in Malaysia. I made the move to California at the tender age of 17 and called Los Angeles home for eight memorable years, but I'm proud to say that I am now a North Carolina transplant. Everywhere I've been has led me to where I am today. In my effort to seek a deep sense of community, I joined CorePower Yoga. It was not until a couple of years later that yoga became more than a physical practice for me. Shortly after my move to North Carolina, I signed up for teacher training and I've been fortunate to have taken workshops with Annie Carpenter, Bryan Kest, and Dice Iida-Klien. When I'm not on my mat, I study heart rate variability in heart failure, anxious and PTSD participants.

My long term goal is to demystify yoga with science. I truly believe that we can tap into our best selves with a heightened positive body awareness. The spirit of yoga lies in the practice of inquiry and staying present.


The spirit of yoga lies in the practice of inquiry and staying present.
— Raudhah, Yoga Off East Instructor

Q + A

I am happiest…

when I am home.

My favorite view…

the ocean from a cliff! 

Morning ritual…

opening up the windows and meditating to the sounds of chirping birds, then COFFEE. 

A good day is…

when I can pause and enjoy the subtleties. 

Last thing you do at night…

ask (or coerce) my husband to tell me a story. 

What 3 things are vital to your day…

coffee, yoga, and inspirational podcasts. 

Your most overused phrase…

“It is what it is.” 

Go-to websites…

Google for the win! 

Most used emoji…

I actually type out my emojis most of the time and it's ^_^

How do you unwind…

DO THE YOGA. 

What was your dream job as a child…

yes, I wanted to become a circus performer. 

Who is your greatest mentor…

the obstacles that I have overcome and the strangers I meet. 

What one meeting changed your life…

my meeting to sign up for yoga teacher training! 

Biggest risk that has paid off…

moved to North Carolina! 

Failure is…

the fear to try.

Success is…

to try and not be attached to the outcome. 

Best piece of advice…

Be vulnerable.