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Frequently Asked Questions

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Yes! Western scientists have been studying Yoga for approximately 50 years and have the evidence to proof that Yoga has countless physical and psychological benefits.

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Find an instructor to guide you. By having one-to-one yoga classes, you’ll realise how valuable and how much you can benefit from these sessions. For beginners, it is strongly recommended that you start with private Yoga classes to build up your fitness and confidence. You will realise that this will make a huge difference even if you intend to join a group class in future.

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[toggle title=”I’m not in the best of shape, can I still learn Yoga?”]

The best thing about Yoga is that it doesn’t matter what fitness level you may be in. As long as you have the desire to learn, there are always suitable yoga classes for you, regardless of your physical condition.

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Yes, certain forms such as Ashtanga and Vinyasa Yoga are more focus in that as they concentrate on the movement and flow from one posture to the next.

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Yoga is in fact an ancient practice with a history of over thousands of years. However, it is becoming very popular nowadays, even in Singapore.

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[toggle title=”What’s the difference between Yoga and other exercises?”]

Exercises are more goal-orientated, like what you can attain within a period of time. Yoga, on the other hand, is a progress. The idea is to focus on both your movements and feelings while performing the posture. Yoga isn’t goal-orientated as you succeed by trying.

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Many Singaporean ladies are concern with their weight. You’ll be happy to know that Yoga classes can help to manage your weight. Yoga helps in burning calories, toning your muscles and improving your posture. In fact, any of the Hatha Yoga styles will help you to not just look better, but feel better too.

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[toggle title=”Which is the most challenging form of Yoga?”]

The truth is any of the styles can be challenging, depending on the way you approach them. However, the most physically demanding forms of Yoga are Ashtanga, Bikram and Power Yoga.

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It is perfectly alright for you to continue practicing Yoga while you are pregnant, so long as you have been practicing before conception. In fact, Yoga classes are a great way to keep fit during pregnancy.

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This is a matter of personal preference. Some ladies tend to avoid having Yoga classes during this period, while others are alright to practice on. However, if you decide to continue on, we do suggest that to avoid inverted poses, abdominal strengtheners, extended holding of any pose, or energizing breaths. The reason is that these movements might cause discomfort or interfere with the downward flow.

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Studies have proven that some Yoga practices do help in controlling patients’ high blood pressure. In general, Yoga promotes health, reduces stress and rejuvenates your senses. There are definitely techniques that can help to control your blood pressure.

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[headline]OMG Yoga Classes[/headline]
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Yes. You can definitely inform us of your preference. However, please note that it is also subject to the availability of our instructors.

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Yes, all of our Yoga instructors are professionals who have certificates in yoga that is recognised by the Yoga Alliance.

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We strongly recommend not having more than 4 people for a private lesson. This will ensure that each of you have sufficient time with the instructor, so that you’ll be able progress further.

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[toggle title=”What do I need for my Yoga classes?”]

All you need is a Yoga mat.

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[toggle title=”At what age can I practice Yoga?”]

Yoga is suitable for all ages. We strongly believe that there is always something for everyone.

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[toggle title=”I’m interested in signing up for your Yoga classes, how do I go about doing it?”]

You can take a look at the various forms of Yoga that we offer and decide which is the most suitable for you. After that, simply fill up the registration form and send it to us. We will contact you to make further arrangements at our soonest.

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Do not fret! Feel free to contact us via our email at admin@yogasingapore.net and we will be in touch with you soon.

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