Kate Tsui learns aerial yoga to maintain her curvaceous figure

28 January 2014 / 2 years 9 months ago

Last September, Kate Tsui (徐子珊) signed up for an aerial yoga class in hopes to learn some new moves and keep her body fit.

The exercise has recently been a hot favorite amongst female artists, including Michelle Reis (李嘉欣), Carol Cheng (鄭裕玲), and Janice Man (文詠珊).

With a dance background, Kate already possesses a curvaceous figure and easily adapts to new forms of exercise.

However, reporters seemed to notice Kate slacking off during her lessons and doing things her own way instead, reports Oriental Sunday.

In the evening of January 21, Kate was seen inside a yoga institution located in Happy Valley with a group of other students.

During the initial warm-up session, Kate already looked tired and unenergetic. She yawned constantly and looked as if she were in a daze.

The instructor had recommended everyone to pin their long hair back into a ponytail, but Kate was the only one who refused to do so, and clipped up her bangs instead.

The instructor taught the class a variety of different moves. As the workout intensified, reporters noticed Kate’s positions were also not on par with the rest of the class.

While others aligned their bodies straight in the air, Kate’s back was hunched, lacking proper posture.

Although the instructor was well aware of Kate’s movements, she did not correct her.

An insider who is reportedly one of Kate’s close friends revealed, “She has always been known as sexy, and believes aerial yoga is useful. That’s why she only concentrates on learning the seductive moves.”

Once the one-hour class was over, the bored Kate did not even bother to change and hurried home immediately.

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