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Type of Classes

What types of classes do you offer?

We offer General Classes, Enrollment Classes and Private Classes.

What are General Classes?

General Classes are the most common and popular classes. These are classes conducted by a qualified instructor in a Group setting, which may include yoga classes based on schools of teaching (e.g. Hatha, Iyengar, Asthanga, Flow, Yin etc), and those based on specific themes (such as Legs & Knees, Hips & Lower Back, Spinal Health and Neck & Shoulders etc). The students are free to choose which classes to attend from the class schedule according to their availability. For more details about the classes, please kindly visit the Classes Page.

What are Enrollment Classes?

Enrollment Classes are specific classes that require enrollment (i.e. registration) into the class at specific day and time every week (similar to tuition classes). The advantage is that you are secured a place in the class, and you can also learn and practice with a particular instructor over a period of time, who can monitor your progress. For more details about the classes, please kindly visit the Classes Page.

What are Private Classes?

Private Classes are classes that are tailored to specific requirements of the students, whether it be advancing their Yoga Practice, improving their fitness level, and/or resolving specific ailment(s) of the body. Private Classes are typically conducted on a One-to-One basis, but sometimes also in a small Private Group of maximum 4 students. 

Which levels of classes do you conduct?

Iyengar Basic Classes are suitable for absolute beginners. You can join these Classes either as a General Class (using General Passes) or an Enrollment Class (registration required).

 

General Classes of 60-Minutes (Green Colour in our Class Schedule) are generally suitable for all levels including beginners. The instructor may give different practice variations for students with different levels of experience.

 

General Classes of 75-Minutes (Red Colour in our Class Schedule) are suitable for people with some experience, e.g. at least 6 months of practice.

Iyengar Level 1 Classes (which is an Enrollment Class) are suitable for people with at least 1 year of consistent practice, subject to permission to join the class by the Instructor. The student will be assessed based on maturity of practice. 

What is the language used in the classes?

The General Classes and Enrollment Classes are generally conducted in English. Most of our instructors are multi-lingual. They will be happy to mix other languages in the classes upon request.

Do you have non-Yoga classes?

Yes, we also offer Basic Qigong classes (Enrollment Class), Meditation Foundation Course and  UPAVASA Fasting Therapy Workshop. If you're interested, please kindly contact us for more details.

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