Try This: Yoga with the Fam­ily!

The fam­ily that stretches to­gether, stays to­gether. Check out th­ese yoga classes where you, Hubby, Ju­nior and Gramps can all bond.

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A group of cer­ti­fied yoga in­struc­tors holds weekly yoga classes at pub­lic spa­ces like shop­ping malls (IMM and Junc­tion 8, for ex­am­ple) and com­mu­nity cen­tres.

You can sign up for a course of 12 weekly two-hour ses­sions, at the same venues. Reg­is­tra­tion is first- come-first­served, be­fore the first ses­sion starts – so go at least 30 min­utes early to se­cure a spot. Class sizes vary (some lo­ca­tions take up to 120) and you must bring your own yoga mat.

De­pend­ing on the rental cost of the venue, fees for a course could cost no more than $15 a per­son – at some venues, it’s even free. Check their web­site for course sched­ules.



Om Shiva Yoga 45 Jalan Ru­mia, Chip Bee Gar­dens, tel: 9689-5392, and #01- 02B Horse City, 100 Turf Club Road, tel: 9090-2257.

Book a pri­vate yoga class for up to 12 mem­bers of your fam­ily at their stu­dios. They of­fer a va­ri­ety of yoga styles, like Hatha and Ash­tanga. The in­struc­tor can also go to a lo­ca­tion of your choice.

The in­struc­tor will use a “jour­ney around the world” sto­ry­line, weav­ing in a mix of poses that can be done with a part­ner or in a group – for ex­am­ple, a “trip to the beach” would in­volve trans­port poses, an­i­mal poses (crab, starfish), and seare­lated poses (row­ing boat). Chil­dren should be at least three years old.

Book a one-hour ses­sion for $150 or 10 ses­sions for $1,000.

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