"Yoga is the journey of the self through the self to the self." 




The word hatha means willful or forceful. Hatha yoga refers to a set of physical exercises (known as asanas or postures), and sequences of asanas, designed to align your skin, muscles, and bones. The postures are also designed to open the many channels of the body—especially the main channel, the spine—so that energy can flow freely.


Hatha is also translated as ha meaning "sun" and tha meaning "moon." This refers to the balance of masculine aspects—active, hot, sun—and feminine aspects—receptive, cool, moon—within all of us. Hatha yoga is a path toward creating balance and uniting opposites. In our physical bodies we develop a balance of strength and flexibility.


We also learn to balance our effort and surrender in each pose. Hatha yoga is a powerful tool for self-transformation. It asks us to bring our attention to our breath, which helps us to still the fluctuations of the mind and be more present in the unfolding of each moment.

Prenatal Yoga


Recommended for first timer, even if this is the first time you try yoga.

This class will help you understand the theory & philosophy of Prenatal Yoga.
Learning the basic movement, breathing, relaxation, meditation technique and communication with baby, to help you prepare physically and mentally for labor and birth.
You can start attending Prenatal Yoga class from 3rd months of pregnancy until birth.


PRENATAL YOGA (Regular Class)

You can start Prenatal Yoga class from 3rd months of pregnancy, to deepen your breathing practice and yoga postures for healthy pregnancy and joyful birth.
Sign up for INTRO class before continuing with this regular class.  
We have class packages to choose. This package will automatically expired after you give birth.
Regular class runs 3 times a week. Click here to check our schedule.

This class is for couples who would like to support each other,  increase bonding between mother, baby and father. The class includes breathing, relaxation, communicate with baby and also partner meditation.
To get the most benefit for this class, mother need to sign up for INTRO class.
You can start attending this class from 3rd months of pregnancy
We have 2 classes / month,  so check our schedule for the date and time.

Yoga after Birth


Postnatal class allows you to have 'me-time' and give you physical and mental recovery.
Have a safe space to heal your womb, to feel and be with the body, to have self-care and pay attention to yourself. Sharing your birth story and sharing motherhood journey can be empowering and help your transition with more ease. The class covers gentle postures and specific breathing techniques that are specifically designed to regain your strength and energy after birth.
You can start to join this class after 40 days of normal birth or 2-3 months after Cesarean Section with doctor clearance


Get the healing and powerful benefit of yoga practice while enjoy time with your baby (1-6 months).
You need attend Postnatal Workshop first before continuing with Mom & Baby Yoga to get the most benefit.
You can start to join this class after 40 days of normal birth or 2-3 months after Cesarean Section with doctor clearance. You can breastfeed anytime you want, pause and continue as it suits you. And more importantly, have FUN and get strong support from other mothers! 


Fertility Yoga


This class is designed specifically for women trying to conceive. Yoga helps to reduce stress,
balances the hormones and supports the reproductive organs. We believe in Conscious Conception
: to connect and communicate with your future baby and the womb. 
In this class you can learn
simple yoga postures that aids fertility and conception, as well as breathing and meditation techniques
to release physical and mental tension.


This class is designed specifically for couples trying to conceive. In this class we learn about Conscious 
Conception in to connect and communicate with your future baby and the womb, 
breathing and relaxation
to balances the hormones and supports reproductive organs. 
In Addition,  you also learnto support each other, learn practice partner meditation to calm the mind,  tune in with your partner and be together in this journey


Hatha Yoga

This Hatha Basic classes is for non-pregnant mamas.
In this class you can learn the basic, fundamentals of Yoga, consists of breathing practices, basic yoga postures, loosening exercise, relaxation and meditation.
The main purpose of this class is having a right understanding about what is Yoga all about.
Our classes are Gentle Beginner Yoga (Tuesday), Vinyasa Class (Friday) and Core Yoga ( Saturday ) at 9-10.30.
We have a FREE Class (by donation) every Wednesday a gentle beginner class for you to try. 


Private / Yoga Therapy

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Before entering yoga class:

  • Inform us if you have health problem conditions to avoid injuries during your practice. 

  • Eat your last meal at least 1-2 hours before the class to avoid discomfort in digestion process.

  • All classes start on time. Please arrive 15 minutes before class to give yourself enough time to get ready. 

  • Mobile phones are to be switched off (silent mode) whilst inside the class.


While doing yoga and after practice:

  • In doing yoga, breathe in and out through your nose.

  • After practice, drink plenty of water to cleanse and detoxify your body

  • Never force yourself. If you feel any discomfort during the practice, stop and just relax. Be gentle and kind to yourself.

  • Never compare with others around you. Everyone is different. Understand you practice yoga for your own self.

  • Don’t be discouraged if you’re little bit struggling in the beginning. Everything has a process, so does yoga. Always enjoy your practice! 


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