Regular Classes are generic group classes. While specific techniques and details of the poses will also be taught in the classes, the main objective is to facilitate regular Yoga practice. Our Regular Classes includes classes taught in Iyengar and non-Iyengar traditions (e.g. Hatha, Flow, Asthanga etc).
Regular Classes are suitable for students of all levels, including beginners. However, we recommend absolute beginners to first enrol in our enrollment-based Foundation Class for a cycle of 12 Weeks. This is so that they can better understand and adapt to Regular Classes.
These are General Level Classes taught in the Iyengar Yoga tradition. The teacher may choose to give alternative instructions and/or postures to suit the variability of the students' limitations or abilities.
These are Iyengar Yoga classes, conducted on a monthly cycle i.e. Legs & Knees (Week 1), Lower Back (Week 2), Spinal Health (week 3), Neck and Shoulders (week 4). The fifth week of every month (if any) will be a special theme.
These are Iyengar Yoga classes focusing on connective tissues, ligaments and joints to improve overall mobility and flexibility of the body. The stretching techniques tend to be more intense but the classes usually conclude with short restorative practice. It is suitable for experienced students.
These are Iyengar Yoga classes suitable for students of all levels including absolute beginners, focusing on improving overall mobility and flexilibity of the body to help reduce the risk of injuries, to release stiffness of the body, and to improve our daily functions and atheletic performance.
Yoga Fit focuses on flexibility, strength and body coordination for atheletic performance. It also requires certain degree of endurance. These classes are suitable for experienced students, and may not be suitable for beginners, students with significant limitations, and female students during their moon cycle.
Hatha Yoga is the origin of most modern styles of Yoga today. Hatha Yoga practice may include postures (asana), cleansing techniques (shatkarma), breathing (pranayama), gestures (mudra), energy locks (bandha) and meditation. It is suitable for students of all levels.
This is a type of stretching exercise based on Hatha Yoga using a staff or a stick for leverage, support and balance. A stick is used as a support for creating quality warm up, general and deeper stretching exercises.
Flow Yoga is a type of Hatha Yoga practice that flows from one posture (asana) to another, with a focus on improving strength, flexibility, endurance and focus. These classes are suitable for students of all levels, although a certain degree of strength and endurance will be required.