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In bustling Singapore, finding moments of tranquillity and inner peace is essential for maintaining balance. Yoga offers a holistic approach to physical and mental health, allowing practitioners to cultivate mindfulness, flexibility, and inner strength.

A 2022 survey by The Yoga Alliance, a non-profit organisation, showed that respondents from around the world cited stress release as the primary reason for practising yoga. Given our hectic lifestyle, it is no surprise that yoga is the most popular type of group exercise class here: 45 per cent of group class attendees regularly attend yoga classes.

Whether you are after inner peace or aspiring to take your practice to a higher level, there is a studio to suit you.

Active Hive Wellness, Yoga & Yoga Therapy

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A cosy studio tucked away in an industrial building, Active Hive offers exclusive and private yoga classes. It caters specifically to ladies and couples, and offers one-on-one sessions in pairs and small groups, as well as corporate programmes. “At Active Hive, we believe in the power of personalised care,” explains its founder, Agnes Tay. Tay, who was inspired to start a studio to intensify her own yoga practice, tailors her yoga therapy sessions to suit the needs of her students, so she might have a class focusing entirely on strengthening the knees one week and the arms and shoulders, the next. The studio also offers other classes such as functional fitness, which seniors especially will find helpful.

Address: 41 Jalan Pemimpin, Kong Beng Industrial Building, #03-07, Singapore 577186

Email: enquiry@activehive.com.sg

Website: https://activehive.com.sg/

Yoga Movement

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One of the largest yoga studios in Singapore, The Yoga Movement has seen an 18x increase in attendance since opening their doors in 2012, with an average of 1,000 yogis attending classes daily across nine studios in the past year alone. With multiple locations across the city, the Yoga Movement offers a space for yogis of all levels to practise and connect. Choose between 12 types of classes from Zen and Basics through to Slow Flow and HIIT Yoga – their diverse offerings cater to a variety of preferences and goals. Step onto the mat and immerse yourself in a community-driven environment that encourages growth and self-exploration.


Alexandra: 368 Alexandra Rd, Brewmaster House #02-01, Singapore 159952

Orchard (Flagship): 6 Handy Rd, #02-01, Singapore 229234

Robertson Quay: 22 Martin Rd, #02-01, Singapore 239058

East Coast: 237 East Coast Rd, #02-01, Singapore 428930

Tanjong Pagar: 12 Gopeng St, Icon Village 01-58, Singapore 078877

Serangoon Gardens: 54 Serangoon Garden Way, Serangoon Garden Post Office, Singapore 555950

Tiong Bahru: 11 Yong Siak St, #02-01, Singapore 168646

Circular Road: 1A Lor Telok, #02-01, Singapore 049014

Novena: 8 Sinaran Drive, Novena Specialist Centre, #01-08, Singapore 307470

Holland Village: 3 Lor Liput, Holland Piazza #02-03, Singapore 277725


Email:  info@yogamovement.com


Website: https://www.yogamovement.com/

Peculiar Yogi

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The studio’s vibrant decor and quirky ambience offers an inviting space for yogis to try out various types of yoga such as Hatha, Ashtanga, Yin, Flow, Arm Balance and Inversion. Ashtanga yoga aficionados will be pleased with the different variations available such as Ashtanga basics, Ashtanga Full led primary series and Ashtanga Mysore. This studio also offers unconventional classes like Laughing Yoga, since it’s been found that incorporating laughter into yoga practice helps increase endorphins and lowers stress levels. In yoga for face, participants learn about the key facial muscles that support us to age gracefully, and gain awareness of non-invasive practices that can help maintain facial appearance.

Address: 36B Arab Street, Level 3 & 4, Singapore 199735


Email: hello@peculiaryogi.com


Website: https://www.peculiaryogi.com/

Hom Yoga

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Hom Yoga’s signature classes blend elements of traditional yoga with modern techniques. Known for its sweat-inducing hot yoga classes, the studio also offers pre- and postnatal yoga as well as classes for children from the age of four. Hom Yoga is well-known for being committed to creating an organic space for practitioners. One of the things it does is to ensure all materials from laundry soap and yoga mats, to lighting and furniture, is organic, reflecting their ethos of creating a space that respects the environment.


River Valley: 491 River Valley Road #01-18/19, Singapore 248371

Orchard Central: 181 Orchard Road #06-12/13, Singapore 238896


Email: info.sg@homyoga.com


Website: https://homyoga.com/

Tirisula Yoga

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Tirisula Studio offers pilates as well as yoga classes. Among the classes is Wunda Chair – a pilates class that uses a special apparatus – and Detox yoga. Tirisula is a studio for those who wish to deepen their yoga practice and perhaps advance into teacher training. The trainers not only focus on helping students perfect their poses, but also emphasise correct breathing techniques. Each session at Tirisula is an opportunity to reconnect with oneself and cultivate a deeper sense of balance, strength and well-being.

Paya Lebar: 789 Geylang Road #02-01, Singapore 389675
Kovan: 1021 Upper Serangoon Road #02-01, Singapore 534759
Eunos: 160 Changi Road B1-08 Hexacube, Singapore 419728


Email: hello@tirisulayoga.com


Website: https://tirisulayoga.com/