Jessicaleeyoga's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
Free Promotion Count
Paid Campaign Count
Get Our Influencer Rate Card Today!
A brand new way for you to compare the rates of influencers across the world.Learn More
PROFILE OVERVIEW OF JESSICALEEYOGA
58.5% of jessicaleeyoga's followers are female and 41.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 6.50%. The average number of likes per post is 338 and the average number of comments is 37.
13.93% of the followers that engaged with jessicaleeyoga regularly are from Hong Kong, followed by United States at 13.93% and Australia at 9.84%. In summary, the top 5 countries of jessicaleeyoga's posts engager are coming from Hong Kong, United States, Australia, Thailand, Canada.
Jessicaleeyoga loves posting about Yoga, Food & Drink, Health & Fitness.
Check jessicaleeyoga's audience demography. This analytics report shows jessicaleeyoga's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR JESSICALEEYOGA
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF JESSICALEEYOGA
- Fitness & Yoga 81.07 %
- Travel & Tourism 51.95 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 51.57 %
- Music 44.19 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 40.23 %
- Art & Design 35.14 %
- Beauty & Fashion 34.95 %
- Photography 34.27 %
- Entertainment 31.74 %
- Sports 31.39 %
- Technology & Science 31.34 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF JESSICALEEYOGA
- Hong Kong 13.93 %
- United States 13.93 %
- Australia 9.84 %
- Thailand 6.56 %
- Canada 5.74 %
I was trying to describe how I felt after coming home from @iris.hkg last night and just couldn’t find the right words to do it justice. Despite everything happening in our city right now, #IRISYourEscape was truly the perfect ‘escape’ for the weekend. Thank you @hybridgroupasia @charlztrevor @garywancy @victorchauyoga @melaniejade33 for bringing the Hong Kong yoga, fitness, and wellness community together (for the 9th time!) and creating the space to share feel-good fun times under the sun. As always, this class wouldn’t have been possible without @rhiann literally having my back, this high flying whale is so grateful 🐋 Million thanks also to @reebiesw @yogafanjoyce @theoliveyogi @themovementduo @chinpo_ for assisting and being a part of my team even on short notice, you guys are superstars. And of course, all the love for the friends who came to support and fly with me! This IRIS was extra special because it was the first time my mom’s ever seen me teach or attended one of my classes - and boy did she choose one hell of a first class to come to! This proud daughter is beaming at how far she’s come, from her overcoming the worst of her anxiety two years ago, to now stretching and meditating more than me most days, and surviving not one but two classes at IRIS ❤️ thanks for the support, yesterday and always! Last but not least, thank you @caiuschung for capturing these moments to relive forever and making us & the class look so. good. . Outfit @gouramihk Mat @zolo_wellness (the cork saved my feet from 🔥!) #IRISYourEscape #ManulifeMOVE #HybridHK
Find your sanctuary at IRIS this September. IRIS: Your Escape with ManulifeMOVE is Hong Kong’s largest fitness and wellness festival, where participants can attend classes across 6 stages offering yoga classes, fitness workouts, meditation, and more. Join me on Sunday at the yoga stage for Acroyoga FUNdamentals to connect with yourself and others through movement and light-hearted play! Use my code [JESSICA10] to enjoy 10% off your tickets. With interactive activations, experiential classes, and a natural- and health-focused marketplace, this is one festival you definitely won’t want to miss. 21-22 Sept 2019 | www.irisyoursecape.com #IRISYourEscape #ChaseYourBetterSelf
“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. Hate multiplies hate, violence multiplies violence, and toughness multiplies toughness in a descending spiral of destruction.” 🖤🇭🇰 . Photo @dylanwerneryoga
IRIS: Your Escape | Sep 21-22 Countdown for playtime is on! Excited to be back at Hong Kong’s biggest fitness and wellness festival sharing acroyoga on the Yoga Stage. Bring your friends (or come and make new ones) and learn to lift each other up while building trust and connection in a fun, exciting way! Use code JESSICA10 to enjoy 10% off your tickets at checkout, early bird pricing still available until 31/8 at www.irishkg.com! Photo @maximilian_lai . #IRISYourEscape #ChaseYourBetterSelf #yogafestival #hkwellness #hkfitness #jessicaleeyoga
I’ve been taking time for myself to rest and recharge (in my own way, I’m not very good at staying still but I’m learning!) since being back. Almost immediately after returning from Thailand, I was hit by this mysterious monster cold like a brick wall. I want to say it’s because of all the nasty allergens and the contrast of fresh island air vs HK pollution, but realistically it’s more likely to be my body finally crashing after working all summer. It’s been a good three weeks now and it’s only just finally starting to go away. Stress has always been an interesting topic for me. Because I’m upbeat and happy by default, it takes a lot for me to feel overwhelmed, and when I do my body typically responds before my mind does. I often wonder if this is me being in denial, but I really don’t think I am. When I say I’m fine, it’s because I genuinely do feel fine! But that means it’s hard for me to discern whether I’ve got too much on my plate until it’s too late and I’m either sick, burned out, or injured. Can anyone else relate? Anyway, I’m not one to normally choose yin yoga as a practice I willingly set time aside for but since @davidkimyoga is in town, I decided to drop in (mostly to catch up) and am so glad I did. Thank you for the unintentional reminder to check in and slow down, even when I don’t think I need it. P.S. how amazing is this shot by @drishti_studio?! I had the best time doing this shoot of many firsts - will elaborate in a separate post later, because it deserves it. . #stress #sickness #rechargeyoursoul #selfcare #mentalhealth #selfawareness #mindbodysoul #reflections #jessicaleeyoga
For a long time now, I’ve been wanting to do more with my teaching. Spending last summer assisting the @bryceyogaschool YTTs really made me consider the prospect of creating instructional content, i.e. video tutorials, but of course that voice in my head kept making excuses: What if the information I put out there ends up being wrong? And why would anyone want to see videos from me when there are so many other more knowledgeable teachers out there? Maybe I’ll just wait until I can find someone who can help create them for me, or until I eventually someday, one day, invest in the proper equipment so I can do them right. But something shifted this summer, and after being involved with @yogawithbriohny’s creative process, talking through my insecurities with @anteaordonez, @eneries & @virginie.duval, and getting helpful advice (and an “at stake” kick in the butt) from @actionhiro, the consensus was the same - I JUST HAVE TO DO IT. It won’t be perfect, I’ll definitely make mistakes, and it’ll probably take me another 50+ videos to finally feel natural on camera, but that’s the only way to get better and grow. So, even though I recorded too long and had to cut myself off [see: last video], better this than postponing again for the sake of appeasing my inner perfectionist — here it is. My first tutorial, recorded roughly on my iPhone and even more roughly edited with my sub-amateur skills, hoping it’ll help at least one person out there :) . #yogatutorial #yogavideo #yogateacher #yogainstructor #jessicaleeyoga
As I was boarding my flight home from Bali this morning, the staff at the gate asked me how things were and told me they’re praying for Hong Kong. Never in a million years would I have thought that my home - my beautiful, normally-peaceful city that I’m so proud to say I’m from - would need praying for. And since I’ve been away for most of the last 2 months, I haven’t had much chance to experience the protests firsthand (aside from the occasional traffic disruption, I’ve been super lucky to not be too affected in the time I’ve been back) so I’m not as emotionally involved as a lot of my peers who’ve been here the whole time. But as I watched the situation unravel and escalate over the last two days, worried about the status of my flight and not being able to get back and/or for my safety even if I did manage to land considering the riot police were called out to the airport just last night, I felt unease and panic on a personal level for the first time. Thankfully I landed on time into a peaceful airport, but it still breaks my heart that this is the current state of Hong Kong. That people have to be on high alert of which areas might pose a risk of getting blocked off or tear gassed or randomly attacked for the sake of physical safety or even consider what colors to wear before leaving their house every day (black = protestors; white = pro-China). I don’t know when it’ll get better, and I’m not going to go into how I feel about the protests, because it’s much more complex than just picking a side and declaring absolute rights/wrongs, but something needs to change. I just want to feel safe and at home in my city again. ❤️ . Photo by @dimlitesnotwits Edited by @actionhiro
And just like that, two months of teacher trainings in Thailand have come and gone. I still remember how the end of day one felt like we’ve already been there for months, yet on our final day it felt like time had flown by. It’s been interesting readjusting back to reality after being in a yoga bubble in paradise for so long, but one thing’s for sure — I’ve missed teaching so, so much. If I’m being completely honest, I was feeling a bit stuck and uninspired before the summer (on top of everything that was happening in my life), but taking a step back from my routine and being in the presence of my teachers was exactly what I needed. This is my second summer assisting @yogawithbriohny @diceyoga and @yogabeyond, and I’m really super lucky to have such easy access to them, because after every moment we spend together I walk away with a new injection of knowledge and inspiration that I’m literally itching to incorporate into my teaching and make my own. . So Hong Kong 🇭🇰 I’m back and ready. Kicking off with a yoga + dance party tomorrow morning for @dybrkr leading a yoga flow to one of my all-time *favorite* music groups @aboveandbeyond’s new yoga album #FlowState! . Photo by the amazingly talented @drishti_studio . #yoga #yogateacher #yogainstructor #yogafam #hkyoga #hkwellness #daybreaker #yogarave #inspiration #jessicaleeyoga
I don’t know about you but I find it super awkward to look at the camera when I have my photo taken. It’s much easier for me to hide my face with a yoga pose. Upon deeper reflection I’ve noticed that this permeates into other aspects of my life, whether it’s choosing to document what I see from behind the camera (this explains my unreasonable dislike of selfies) or selectively choosing to remain unseen in certain social situations. I know my IG feed completely contradicts this statement, and that I come across as a social butterfly when you meet me in person, but the “me” that I choose to share (online and off) is a curated persona, an edited version of myself that I choose to present to the world. Even when I’m sharing my innermost thoughts authentically, there are a million more that I’m hesitant to put on full display. But the recurring fear of putting myself out there, of trying and failing, and not measuring up to standards (others or my own) is really me just selling myself short to, well, me. . So while I’m still a work in progress (as we all are), I’m letting myself be seen - insecurities, flaws, discomfort, and all - with the hopes of inspiring others to embrace their true selves and to show up courageously and unapologetically, which will then in turn allow me to do more of the same. . Wearing @aloyoga Photo by @dylanwerneryoga . #beingseen #vulnerability #yogalife #instayogi #yogini #yogaeverywhere #standingsplits #flexibility #yogainspiration #jessicaleeyoga
Anyone who’s met me face-to-face will probably describe me as a happy, smiley person (which I definitely am) but over the years it’s shifted from a need to appear outwardly positive regardless of how I truly felt within, to learning to accept that while we can’t control what life throws at us, how we view and deal with every situation is our choice. I distinctly remember one comment my mom (I know you’re reading - hi!) made to me in the midst of an argument sometime ago about how I’ve changed and that she couldn’t understand how I seemed like I didn’t care enough to get mad (probably about something stupid my dad did), but it didn’t come from a place of apathy. Rather than waste time getting angry or frustrated or upset about the things I can’t change, I choose to see them as opportunities to learn about my own habitual patterns and how to break free of them. All the things that happen to us lead us to exactly where we are; if that undesirable person/circumstance/[insert your own] didn’t happen to you, you wouldn’t have learned to be resilient and become the person that you are now. There’s such solace in knowing that there’s a light in every situation, and that every shadow contains a gift (thanks Honzaji @yogabeyond). Plus, what’s the worst that can happen anyway? . Wearing @xxivactive Photo by @zenaidakwong . #lifelessons #selfgrowthjourney #positivity #mindset #patterns #resilience #yogaoffthemat #igyogagram #yogaphotography #jessicaleeyoga
PEOPLE ALSO VIEWED
Looking for the next influencer in Hong Kong to work with?
Have you considered to work with the following influencers?