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“In learning the fine arts of Yoga, we navigate the realms of thoughts, feelings and emotions. Breath, as the key to unlock the secret within, we see joy and beauty in all”.

Yoga jəʊgə/ is a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline while Hatha Yoga includes breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures. Hatha Yoga is widely practised for health and relaxation.


According to the Light on Hatha Yoga, in order to purify the mind, it is necessary for the body as a whole to undergo a process of absolute purification. When we clear the body of the six impurities, the energies move like wave frequencies throughout the channels within the physical structure, moving right up to the brain.


The main objective of Hatha Yoga is to create an absolute balance of the interacting activities and processes of the physical body, mind and energy.


Ultimately, the objective of Hatha Yoga is to experience Yoga.


*All forms of physical yoga is considered Hatha Yoga, regardless of the styles and manner. In the 20th century, hatha yoga, particularly asanas (the physical postures), became popular throughout the world as physical exercises, and is now colloquially termed "yoga".

Class Fees & Schedule

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Fee Structure
Class Description

Enjoy a wide range of yoga classes from traditional Hatha Yoga to contemporary styles. Whether you're a beginner or advanced practitioner, our methods will make your learning experience more meaningful and fun!
Guiding you to build a solid foundation and to develop a practice that is unique for yourself is our forte! 


Flow Yoga : A dynamic yoga practice that links several yoga postures in a special way to make the movements flowy instead of holding for a longer duration. Students will learn how to link breath with movements together in a dance-like way.


Beginners YogaAn introduction to Yoga where students will learn to develop body and breath awareness. This class focuses on setting a solid foundation for more advance practices. 


Yin Yoga:   A slower and meditative approach to practising asana. Yin Yoga targets our   connective tissues and creates suppleness and flexibility leading to healthy backs, knees and ankles.

Moving Meditation:   A beginner friendly method of developing mind body awareness as well as strengthening the Qi of the body.

Yoga for Well-Being:   A combination of flowy and meditative practice which also includes core strengthening, mobility and flexibility exercises as well as breathing exercises. 

Power Flow:   If you enjoy a challenging practice and a few fancy poses. This session is for you.

Asana Clinic: An asana focused class where you will learn a specific asana in detailed in terms of execution, anatomy and breathing.

Discover the 6 wonderful principles of Pilates in our carefully structured mat based Pilates lessons. 

Centering, Concentration, Control, Precision, Breath and Flow. 
Experience how these principles can help you to strengthen your core and improve your body posture. 

Aerial Yoga
A complementary practice to the traditional style of yoga. Aerial hammock is a physically demanding exercise which uses a hammock as a tool to improve your overall physical strength and flexibility.

Zen Kids
Specially designed for children age 5 to 12, this session aims to develop mindfulness in children and cultivate peacefulness in the vibration of love and creativity. 

A practice session for both new and seasoned meditators using art, sound and gaze. This is a non-religious approach and it is suitable for both teenagers and adults. 


Discover how the ancient yogic wisdom and breath control techniques are able to help you to achieve relaxation, nourish your body and gain vitality.

Fit Mom
Specially for mom-to-be! Develop a stronger bond with your baby through this fun-filled and relaxing yoga session that will also help you to stay healthy throughout your pregnancy.

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