Faculty Wellness - K11

Through sports, organic food and living, K11 Wellness will inject positive energy into your hectic lifestyle. We offer a range of workshops to promote wellness, green living, and a healthy way of life.


Andrew Tsui
Co-Founder of Rooftop Republic Urban Farming 雲耕一族

Andrew’s vision is to bring about innovative transformation within our city – converting urban spaces into productive edible gardens and building communities around the joy and fulfilment of growing your own food. Andrew and his team have established projects ranging from rooftop farms, integrated landscapes, green walls and indoor farming. They collaborate with local organic farmers and other partners to promote sustainable consumption and a better connection with our food sources. He has been an urban farming trainer and instructor for six years.

Jeff Chan
Head Chef of Something Wild – The Farm

Jeff has over 20 years of experiences as a chef at various western restaurants and specializes in Italian cuisine. Handmade pizza and handmade pasta are his signature dishes.

Fernando Junior
Fernando Junior is the Co-Founder of BeWater

A Brazilian-New Zealander with over 28 years’ experience in martial arts and fitness, Fernando Junior is a Capoeira master and holds a first-degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ). Since 2004, he has spearheaded the development and recognition of Capoeira in the Asia-Pacific region.Fernando is also a multiple-time BJJ champion at both national and international levels.

Rein de Guzman

Constantly trying to challenge himself, Rein de Guzman has learnt and mastered several martial arts including kickboxing, BJJ, Muay Thai. He represented Hong Kong in the Taiwan National BJJ Tournament in 2004, garnering an impressive submission win, as well as victories in amateur and pro fights in Muay Thai, kickboxing and MMA.

Idy Pow

Idy Pow, the founder of Santé Asia, has long been suffering from skin and immune system problems.  Frustrated by the side effects of man-made chemicals found in most skincare products on the market, Idy was determined to learn more about natural therapies in order to help herself and other people with similar problems.  She went through over 777 hours of professional diploma training covering natural essential oil chemistry, aroma physiotherapy, anatomy, pathology as well as Chinese medicine therapy, and eventually qualified as a certified aroma therapist by IFPA (England).  Idy realizes that the concept of aroma therapy is still fairly new to Hong Kong, and most people’s perception of it is confined to the use of essential oil as a fragrance.  She wants to apply her professional knowledge as well as real life experience as a patient to convey the true benefits of aroma therapy.  By developing various series of 100% natural essential oil products for skincare, body care and lifestyle purposes, she hopes to help people achieve good health as well as physical and spiritual balance through aroma therapy.

Janice W.T. Poon

Janice W.T. Poon Nutritionist, Canada Home Economist, Canada  Clinical Research Associate, Canada  Janice Poon dedicates into nutrition consultation to both individuals and groups. With years of overseas and local consultations experience, she masters on applying nutrition sciences into daily practices which optimize health benefits. Consultation and services areas: • Guest speaker of infant nutrition academic seminars in Meadjohnson • Speaker of the International Institute of Nutrition and Health, Hong Kong Management Association • Writer for Jessica, Ming Pao, HKET, University of Western Ontario Alumni (HK Branch) • Provide nutrition assessments and consultations to primary, secondary schools and private organizations

Per Ågren

Per Ågren is our co-founder of moreganic Sweden at K11 Natural – a green Swedish concept store with a selection of products based on organic standards from KRAV. Born and lived in Sweden in his early years, and rooted in Hong Kong more than 20 years, Per will be sharing his passions for his beloved country – Sweden with whom have great interest in Swedish culture includes language, networking and good food, the opportunity to experience fika (quality coffee break together in Swedish) and networking with native Swedes.

Jessica Lee

In 2008, Jessica discovered AcroYoga and has since actively immersed herself in the practice, building and growing the local acro community through her Facebook group, Acroyoga Hong Kong, as well as taking part in the first ACROVINYASA Level 1 & 2 teacher trainings.

Jessica has also recently been featured as one of the “10 Hong Kong Yoga Teachers You Need to Know” on Hong Kong Tatler and one of the “10 Hong Kong Top Yogis to Follow on Instagram” by Lifestyle Asia. Jessica’s teaching philosophy is heavily influenced by alignment-based vinyasa and combines physical, dynamic sequencing with a playful approach. Expect lots of laughter and fun in her classes.