Yoga’s an ancient form of exercise that provides loads of great benefits. It really does make you glow inside and out.

But where can you practise in Singapore? Check out our list of favourite studios in the city, and top tips on ways to practise at home.



Pure Yoga are the ultimate in luxury yoga studios in the Singapore. Original hailing from Hong Kong the brand has made its home in our city with 4 different locations to choose from: Suntec City, Marina Bay, Orchard Road and Raffles Place.

All of them are spacious, with multiple yoga studios and a huge list of different classes (try aerial yoga if you need a challenge!) not to mention gorgeous lounges, juice bars, beautiful bathrooms and their own range of yoga wear and equipment.

Pure offer short contracts for visitors to the city, also monthly and 24 month pre paid contracts, contact the Pure Yoga team for advice on what is best for you here.



Yoga+ teach vinyasa. And are based in Chinatown, and Kampong Glam. They offer basic classes for beginners, power and inversion sessions for those who are more experienced, as well as stretch and flow programmes.

It’s always good to talk to a teacher before you go, especially if you’re new to yoga. We suggest starting with a basic class to get a feel for your level of confidence.

Buy a bundle of five, or pay for an unlimited pass.


Hom Yoga’s beautiful sites are based in two great locations.

Jump off the MRT and straight into a class at Orchard Central. Or head to their studio at Raffles Place before or after a long day at work.

They offer 13 different disciplines including ashtanga, hot hatha, prenatal classes, and classes for children.

Hom Yoga is run by socially-conscious business owners who work with local non-profit organisations. They also have a long-term partnership with the Singapore Committee for UN Women.


The Yoga School is remarkable for its studio alone. Located on the39th floor of the OCBC Centre, the studio is a serene space that looks out over the city.

They also have a lounge where you can hangout after classes. And gorgeous bathrooms with luxurious ploh towels and Aromatherapy Associates products – worth the membership in themselves!

The Yoga School believe moments of calm during yoga ripple out through your day and into all aspects of your life. We couldn’t agree more.

Book six months of classes for only $200.


The Yoga Collective have two sites. One at Rochor, and one at East Coast Road in the Marine Parade area.

They are committed to small classes for more focused teaching. And never have more than 18 students in a class.

The Yoga Collective offer a mix of traditional yoga styles like hatha and ashtanga. As well as more contemporary fitness models like core workouts, and triple threat bootcamp.

If you’re the kind of person who never misses a class, make the most of the collective with an unlimited pass from just $220.


Yoga Inc is a well-loved studio that has grown from one location to four (Guillemard, Tiong Bahru, Punggol and Tampines). Classes range from traditional styles like ashtanga, hatha, flow, and yin, to sessions for children. There are a few hot options, too.

You might even get to meet the adorable PR Manager, Ah Bui the rescue dog. Follow him on instagram and get to know his schedule.

Swing by for a single class and pay just $30. Or get an unlimited pass for $250. Bundles and packages are also available.


After a few classes you’re likely to feel that glow. And you’ll probably want to practise every day. Because the more you do, the deeper into poses you can go, the easier you’ll find it to empty your mind, and the better you’ll feel all round. It’s amazing what a difference yoga can make to your life.

But life is busy – it’s not always possible to get to a studio every day. Plus, it can be expensive.

Try and get to a yoga class at least once or twice a week. Then top up your practise at home. There are loads of ways to do this.


Top of the YouTube list has to be Yoga With Adriene.

Hailing from Texas, USA, Adriene has four million subscribers who love her personal style and expertise.

Roll out your mat in a calm space at home and you’ll feel like you’re having a one to one with a teacher.

Adrienne says; “Yoga offers up a way for us to see a world that is working for you instead of against you. [It] reminds [us] that everything is connected so we most live, act, dance, breathe with awareness. I hope you will join me.”


EkhartYoga is another brilliant way to practise at home. Founded by the excellent Esther Ekhart, this online school hosts a huge catalogue of over 3,000 paid and free classes, as well as guided programmes, articles and resources, and collections.

Choose from an inspiring range of top, international teachers. Then roll out your mat and get stretching.

Monthly subscriptions start at €12.50, or pay €10 per month for annual membership. Or, try one of the many free classes first and see how you get on.

Ekhart members say, “Esther and team, I just wanted to say I am in love with your service. EkhartYoga empowers me to find and build my connection to yoga and myself from within. I am endlessly grateful. Thank you so much!’


Not only do these guys have the best name – a team after our own heart, – they also offer a month’s free trial so you can try before you buy. With loads of courses and experienced teachers to choose from, this site has something for everyone.

YogaGlo say, “Our intention is to empower people from all around the world to practice and

expand the meaning of yoga. We offer thousands of professionally-filmed online yoga, meditation, and lecture classes taught by experienced, certified yoga teachers, and professors in an effort to touch lives in a meaningful way.”


There are loads of great apps to guide you, too, and remind you to practise daily.

If you’re just starting out we recommend building up from just a few minutes every day. Once

you’ve incorporated this time into your schedule, start adding a bit more, even if it means getting up earlier. You’ll never regret starting your day in this way.


Available from wherever you get your apps.

Start now to be ready for the mass yoga sessions at AIA Glow Festival in May, where there’ll be loads of yoga workshops and masterclasses going on throughout the day.

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