Yoga is for health and health is our wealth! Yoga can be practiced at all ages! Choose classes appropriate to your needs. We offer gentle classes like stretch class, gentle yoga, yoga therapy, pranayama, breathing, meditation.
Most of our classes are appropriate for beginners. If you have no prior experience in yoga, you may miss balance, flow, inversion, arm balance, intermediate multilevel and advance classes. Please let your teacher know that you are new to yoga and always practice at your own pace.
We have different packages to cater to your lifestyle needs. Visit our studio or WhatsApp us at 9621 4707 for a discussion and to book your trial class
We accept cash, NETS, cheque, bank transfer and PayNow.
Bring along your own hand towel and water bottle. Yoga mats, accessories and water dispensers are provided.
Sure, you may bring along your personal yoga mats and mat towels.
If you have an injury, please get the clearance from your doctor before attending our classes. Make the teacher aware of all injuries before the class commences. Listen to what your body is telling you and move accordingly. Please do not practice if you have a cold or flu or having any contagious illness as you risk more harm to yourself as well as others around you.
Yoga is best practiced with an empty stomach. However, you may have a light snack at least 1 hour before class starts, especially if you have low blood pressure or sugar. Have your meal at least 2 hours in advance.
Try 2 or 3 classes a week to start off your yoga journey.
No! Yoga is not a religion. Yoga is a practice for a healthy body, mind and spirit.
Yoga is therapeutic and has health benefits to regular practitioners. It offers a healing and is relaxing and promotes awareness. Regular yoga practice reduces stiffness and improves flexibility.
No, yoga improves bones health! It improves blood circulation and improves mobility to your joints. Under proper guidance yoga is therapeutic and has health benefits to regular practitioners. Always listen to your body and practice safely under the guidance of our teachers.
As a matter of fact, yoga promotes flexibility! You don’t have to be flexible to start doing yoga. During the workday, much of our activity shortens muscles. Think about how often you either sit at a desk, in your car or at home. Yoga lengthens and expands muscles while helping you release toxins that build up in your body over time.
This gesture is an acknowledgement of one soul to another. “Nama” means bow; “as” means I; and “te” means you. Therefore, Namaste literally means “I bow to you”. This gesture is a deep form of respect and a wonderful way to seal your yoga practice and hard work.
OM Chant is not for religious purposes. OM is a universal sound and the positive vibrations from OM is found to be beneficial for the body. OM vibrates at the frequency of 432 Hz – the same vibrational frequency found in all things throughout nature. The vibrations of OM open up the sinuses to clear the airways. It has a calming effect on our nervous system. Meditation with OM chanting relaxes our mind and body, our blood pressure decreases and the heart beats with a regular rhyme which is good for our heart health. Your spinal cord is strengthened through the vibrations caused by sound of “Aaaa”. As this sound is generated from abdomen, it helps to strengthen the supporting muscles of the spinal cord. The sound “uuu” is created by vocal cords which benefit the thyroid glands and the throat. The third syllable is M, pronounced as a prolonged "Mmmm" with your front teeth gently touching. You will now start to feel the top of your mouth vibrate. The last syllable is the deep silence of the Infinite. As intelligence rises from the deep silence, you have to merge your chant from the M to the deep silence.