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Michelle Clark
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Post by Michelle Clark » Mon, 23 Jul 2007 3:13 pm

Anyone know of any good yoga classes? I am based around the Bukit Timah area....

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Post by cinder » Mon, 23 Jul 2007 11:52 pm

Even tho this is not by any means close to Bukit Timah area, I recommend Whatever at www.whatever.com.sg And I recommend Stella's class because it is dynamic and less meditation stuff. There is new teacher, Sunil, which is kinda ok, showing you step-by-step on achieving the perfect position, but I dont really like his humming and singing :D Oh, and also the fact that he is he and I am she :D

Happy yoga!

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Post by singaporeclare » Tue, 24 Jul 2007 12:43 pm

Hi Michelle

I am new in town and looking to start yoga classes too (despite the fact that I am as flexible as a plank of wood!). This website looks pretty good so I am going to give it a go. If you fancy joining me, let me know... I'll probably head down during the week as I'm not working yet.

Clare

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Post by Michelle Clark » Fri, 27 Jul 2007 1:41 pm

Hi Clare,

Yes the website does look good, am thinking of giving one of the ashtanga classes tomorrow ago, but will definitely be looking to go during the week too, so if you decide on one let me know.

That makes me sound very flexible but really i'm not!!

Thanks
Michelle

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Post by singaporeclare » Wed, 01 Aug 2007 9:29 am

Hi Michelle

I actually found a yoga studio nearer me, next to the Hilton on Orchard in a building called Forum (6th floor). I went last week and am still feeling it now, so guess it must be a good one!

Their website is http://comoshambhala.bz/default.asp?section=339 and it costs $30 per session walk-in price.

I'll probably be heading there for the Friday lunchtime class so maybe see you there!

Clare

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Post by chixchix » Wed, 01 Aug 2007 3:51 pm

:???: hey singaporeclare,,what do you mean by he is he and I am she ?? very confusing..
Always have a smile on that face!

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Post by tilly » Thu, 02 Aug 2007 11:19 pm

hey,
I'm just getting into yoga (as in I too am like a piece of wood) and joined "True Yoga" they have about 3 really smart almost new sites (one at scotts rd off orchard and two at raffles place mrt). They have a really wide choice of classes and also running all day long, with a gym and everything too. Deffo worth a look - membership they offered was rather high but cos I really wanted to join that day got a great deal.

www.trueyoga.com.sg

Sorry not Bk Timah[/url]

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Post by ria3n » Mon, 06 Aug 2007 2:26 pm

basically any form of exercise still need a form of individual discretion ..dont give in just because of fad / friends ..in the end may result headache /pain which the services wont even compensate ..a friend enrolled n had her back injured n will still never recover from her previous perfect health

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Re: Yoga

Post by i812831 » Wed, 08 Aug 2007 9:20 pm

Michelle Clark wrote:Anyone know of any good yoga classes? I am based around the Bukit Timah area....
Hi,

I am also looking for yoga in west. Is this one ok? http://www.yogaeastsingapore.com/index.htm

Cheers,
Gail

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yoga information

Post by chellewee » Mon, 20 Aug 2007 11:28 am

Hi Michelle & all


I do have some information about yoga, do contact me at chelle_wee@hotmail

I benefited greatly from regular practise :)

Best Regards
Michelle

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Post by manman » Fri, 24 Aug 2007 12:16 pm

hi, i started yoga when i came to spore a year ago and have love it so far. i go to pure yoga and like the variety of classes they offer and the relax environment. i benefited lots from regular practice too! :D

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Post by chickensoup » Fri, 07 Sep 2007 4:35 pm

I really dont recommand true yoga. Their sales and the GM are giving rediculous prices. Right after signing with them I found my friend who is also a member of True Yoga got so much cheaper than mine and she even got 2 months additional classes for free. They told me the minimun perod of contract is one year though my friend only signed 4 months.

When I went back to question them, their customer service gave me more even strange reasons like the cost for the cheaper contracts were covered by the creidt card company.... can you believe that??

So finally I decide not to argue with them. Instead file a complint to the consumer's association

basically this is not a honet company based on my own experience.

Those who are interested in Yoga can try the classes in the community clubs. Much much cheaper, smaller group and teachers are really taking care of the studnets.


tilly wrote:hey,
I'm just getting into yoga (as in I too am like a piece of wood) and joined "True Yoga" they have about 3 really smart almost new sites (one at scotts rd off orchard and two at raffles place mrt). They have a really wide choice of classes and also running all day long, with a gym and everything too. Deffo worth a look - membership they offered was rather high but cos I really wanted to join that day got a great deal.

www.trueyoga.com.sg

Sorry not Bk Timah[/url]

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yoga at california fitness

Post by graphicfuse » Wed, 03 Oct 2007 12:20 pm

hey i have been to the california fitness yoga. Damn cool! but you got to be very flexible else you cant do most of the exercise
haha..you can always take up their free trial to see if you like the activities there.. cheers! and have fun!

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