We love yoga, but it’s especially great when you’re pregnant or regaining your strength and flexibility after having a baby – here’s why you should try Pure Yoga Singapore
We are ever on the lookout for great yoga classes in Singapore, mama, so when we heard about Pure Yoga Singapore‘s flagship studio at Asia Square, our ears perked up.
This joint is seriously spa-like, mamas: it’s got a large changing area with rainforest showers and complimentary towels and toiletries, a cosy chill-out lounge with Wi-Fi and magazines (along with handy chargers for your tablets and phones!), and even a juice bar with organic cold-pressed juices, superfood smoothies, raw snacks, salads, sandwiches and wraps. It’s even got acai bowls!
Of course there’s also a fully decked out private studio equipped with heaters, wall ropes and aerial equipment for personalised practice. In short it really needs to be seen to be believed.
We wanted to count the ways to remind to you why it’s a fab place for mamas!
1. Convenient locations across Singapore
Whether you’re shopping on Orchard Road or nipping down for a lunchtime class during the workday, you’ll find Pure Yoga nearby. In addition to the flagship at Asia Square, they’ve also a beautiful space at Ngee Ann City along with another location handy for working mamas at Chevron House at Raffles Place.
2. Excellent Pre-Natal Yoga Classes & Instructors
Specially-trained instructors lead these popular classes for pregnant mamas, allowing them to connect with their babies and their bodies during this special time in their lives. Mamas perform specific postures with the purpose of connecting with the pelvic floor area, strengthening specific areas of the core and nourishing their bodies as a whole. A true sense of community is encouraged by practicing alongside other women and sharing the experience of pregnancy.
3. Dozens of yoga classes for different needs and tastes
Pure Yoga offers more than 40 different yoga styles to suit everyone: Healing classes for the unfit, unhealthy, injured or older students; Grounding classes for beginners or students with low/moderate fitness levels; Dynamic classes for the fit, healthy, younger or more experienced students; Hot classes (conducted in heated studios between 35-42 degrees Celsius) for students with a moderate or high level of fitness and/or yoga experience; and Specialised classes for students looking for specific, special practice like core, handstand, or aerial yoga.
At Pure Yoga, every student can progress according to her own needs and pace. The curriculum is structured in a way that each student will see a progression in her own practice.
Does this sound awesome or what? Why not give it a try to see for yourself at Pure Yoga’s Asia Square studio, all while discovering benefits like strength, flexibility and weight loss. Young, old, yogi and non-yogi alike are all welcome, mama!
Pure Yoga, #06-02, Asia Square Tower 2, 12 Marina View, Singapore 018961, www.pure-yoga.com
Brought to you in partnership with Pure Yoga, lead image courtesy of Pure Yoga via Facebook