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Yoga

Postby leonie » Fri, 14 Dec 2007 3:21 pm

Looking for a good place to do Yoga that does not cost $40 a class!

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Great Yoga Place

Postby arakais » Sun, 16 Dec 2007 10:04 am

Hi,

Saw your post after I post mine. I do my yoga at bodhi. Is a nice little cosy studio and the classes are small and more personal. If you are interested, they do free trial. Check out their website www.bodhi-yoga.com hopefully they're what you are looking for.

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Re: Great Yoga Place

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Sun, 16 Dec 2007 10:08 am

arakais wrote:Hi,

Saw your post after I post mine. I do my yoga at bodhi. Is a nice little cosy studio and the classes are small and more personal. If you are interested, they do free trial. Check out their website www.bodhi-yoga.com hopefully they're what you are looking for.

Cheerios


That's a bit of BS don't you think? You started your other post as "Speaking of" which means otherwise. Do you think all here are just as dull witted? Now we are watching.

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Postby Eze » Thu, 20 Dec 2007 1:59 pm

oooh. some yoga classes called me to go for free trial too. Might happen to be the one you mentioned.

But I didnt attend as I've been rather busy.

btw, is yoga recommended for pple like me who doent have any flexibility in the body?? =p

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Postby cinder » Sat, 22 Dec 2007 3:36 pm

Mine was at www.whatever.com.sg Not those fancy classes with vast exotic options, but decent with (imho) good instructors. My favourite is Stella. I stop for a while since I am a bit busy with works, but will be back again next month.

How far will you go in yoga, as any other exercises, all depends on your capability. The instructor will not push you do something that you can't. You can simply say you won't do head-standing, or do a pose for 2 minutes instead of 10 minutes. In the end of the day, it's back to your reasons in joining the yoga / pilate / gym or any other sports: either do exercise and have fun, or look for body builder boy friend, maybe? :D

Happy yoga!

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Postby arakais » Fri, 28 Dec 2007 9:57 am

Eze wrote:oooh. some yoga classes called me to go for free trial too. Might happen to be the one you mentioned.

But I didnt attend as I've been rather busy.

btw, is yoga recommended for pple like me who doent have any flexibility in the body?? =p


Well, personally yoga helped me to stretch and open up my limbs. I feel it gave more freedom to my body.
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