May 21, 2018

You may have seen them around. We expanded our team recently and would like to introduce you to these wonderful ladies. If you haven't been to their classes, why not give it a go and add variation to your current practice? For newbies, you are in good hands as we have...

April 27, 2017

I started doing yoga 10 months ago.  Before yoga, my legs were weak, and I felt I was losing strength in my muscles and body.  After 10 months of consistent practice of yoga, I feel strength in my legs, I can walk better, and my posture has improved.

Nowadays, my...

April 27, 2017

"I'm too stiff for yoga!" "I'm too old to do yoga!" "I am not flexible!" "I cannot touch my toes!" These are the common comments from people who have not started yoga classes.

The question is, "Why should we touch our toes to be able to go to yoga class?" The answer is,...

February 21, 2017

I worked with the Bangkok Breast Cancer Support Group to create a video with some yoga poses for person in breast cancer treatments.  We have converted some of the DVD to YouTube videos, including demonstrations of these four yoga poses: Sarvasana, Supta Baddha Konasan...

August 16, 2016

"What yoga poses are going to help us during our travels?"

As we live in Singapore we often need to travel to neighboring countries or further away for business, work or for a vacation. During the trip we spend hours in the flight, at the airport checking in, waiting fo...

August 4, 2016

In one of our Wednesday classes, we had some short discussion before class started. One of the students told me that "I have been practicing yoga for 3 years by now, but I feel that my practice is only for physical exercise. I don’t feel my practice is reaching to the...

July 1, 2016

We generally start a series of standing poses with the standing pose called Tadasana. Tada means mountain, and Asana means a pose or posture. It literally means “stand steady and erect like a mountain”. Tadasana is the very basic but important standing pose in yoga pra...

June 23, 2016

Iyengar yoga classes usually start with the teacher chanting the Invocation to Patanjali. The invocation is a form of acknowledging and appreciating Sage Patanjali for his teachings of yoga. Students are encouraged to join in the chanting, but it is totally optional.


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