Top 10 Yoga Studios in Singapore in 2021
Do you like yoga studios with relaxing spa ambience? Something hip and budget-friendly with an awesome community? Or maybe you want an all-around studio where you can also do Pilates, and try meditation and other holistic wellness classes. Whatever tickles your fancy, we’ve got you covered.
So to make your search for your next “yoga home” easier, here’s a list of yoga studios all over the country that will tick your boxes when it comes to budget, location, and types of classes and services offered.
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With more than 35 different types of heated and non-heated yoga classes that span the traditional styles (Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, Kundalini, etc.) to the modern types of practice (aerial yoga, rope wall, yoga wheel, and solar/lunar flow yoga), you’ll almost literally never run out of options with Platinum Yoga.
They have six branches, but if you like practicing with a view, we recommend booking a class at their Westgate studio (amazing view of the city!). Get more details on their “traditional in spirit, modern in approach” teaching style, class schedules, locations, and prices on their website here.
Led by wellness wunderkind Jiamin Yang, Jyan Yoga is a holistic hub that balances physical and mental fitness.
Classes here are designed according to your desired focus. “Align” establishes yoga basics, “Stretch” targets your flexibility, and “Sculpt” combines gym intensity with yoga dynamics. “Flow” traces the classic vinyasa class template (warm up, peak pose, cool down), “Invert” teaches the yogic art of going upside down, while “Acro basic” and “Acro intermediate” help adventurous yogis play with strength, flexibility, and balance.
For getting your zen on, there are crystal bowl and gong sound bath sessions to help you vibrate at the frequencies of peace, love, and calm.
If Aerial yoga is your thing, you should definitely check out Upside Motion. Although they also offer beginners yoga, Vinyasa, and Yin yoga, they’re more popularly known for their aerial yoga, barre, and Pilates classes.
Can’t commit to a membership yet? They offer an All-Access 5-Class Discovery Pass where you can mix and match any of their offered classes to try them out. Click here to get all the deets.
Drop in for a session at Armenian Street.
Not a big fan of big yoga classes? Yoga+ might be the studio for you. Their branches in Tanjong Pagar and Pagoda Street have spaces that accommodate only 10-15 mats. In addition to offering asana classes and workshops, they also partner with local brands for healthy living initiatives, and encourage people to practice yoga beyond the mat by supporting social causes and fundraisers to make a difference in the community.
They have Basic, Intermediate, and Mixed Level classes depending on your desired focus: Power, Invert, Stretch, Flow, and more. Feeling competitive? You’ll love their 30-Day Reboot, where you and fellow practitioners complete yoga challenges as a team. Check out their website here to find details on schedules and pricing.
This luxurious wellness center and yoga studio in Delfi Orchard is part of the COMO hotels and resorts group. The owner created the Como Shambhala space because she wanted a wellness space where yoga, Pilates, and meditation classes can be fulfilling AND just as relaxing as a trip to the spa.
Yoga classes offered at Como Shambhala include Iyengar, Yin, Restorative, Anusara, Hatha, Kids/Teens yoga, and pre- and post-natal yoga. They also offer teacher training and workshops, private yoga classes, and of course—massage therapy. Peep their website here for more details.
Find COMO Shambhala Urban Escape at Orchard Road.
Founded in 2008, Real Yoga has four branches in Singapore and offers a whopping 40 yoga classes—all centered around their ethos of teaching “yoga from the heart.” These classes are grouped into four categories to make it easier for you to choose: care (health and wellness, therapy), body (asana-focused), mind (meditation, pranayama, healing), and hot (heated Power/Vinyasa yoga via an infrared heating system).
Real Yoga also offers retreats around Asia and workshops—not just for yoga, but also for meditation, healthy eating, deep breathing techniques, and more. You can find their membership rates and get updates on upcoming retreats and workshops here.
With branches in New York, Hong Kong, Beijing, and Shanghai, Pure Yoga offers a diverse range of classes to suit both traditional and contemporary yoga practitioners. So while they do have Ashtanga, Hatha, Mysore, and Yin yoga classes, they also offer modern practice classes like Aerial yoga, Rope Wall, Power yoga, and yoga dance classes.
Pure Yoga Singapore also offers yoga retreats, workshops, and teacher training, and has branches in Ngee Ann City (Orchard Road), Asia Square Tower 2 (Marina Bay), Republic Plaza (Raffles Place), and Suntec City. You can find their complete list of classes, schedules, and prices here.
Yoga Lab offers a wide range of classes that incorporate Baptiste yoga methodology in their teachings. Staying true to their name, their “lab” lets students choose and experiment with different combos of their core offerings: Yin, Power, Yoga 101, Level 2, Baptiste Basic, and Flow yoga.
Their classes are categorized into Biology (physical wellness, including cardio and yoga-barre) and Physics (focus on postures, and pose variations), and they also offer prenatal classes and yoga workshops. Visit their website for class prices, schedules, and find out which of their four branches are near you.
More than just a yoga studio, Yoga Movement is a lifestyle brand focusing on accessibility and inclusivity. If you love art and culture, coffee, good food, and meeting new people as much as you love yoga—this could be the perfect fit for you. Their studios are popular among the younger, vibrant crowd and they offer a free Intro to Yoga class if you want to get more comfortable before you join the classes in their six branches (Orchard, Robertson Quay, Tanjong Pagar, Tiong Bahru, Circular Road, and East Coast).
Instead of offering classes with specific styles of asana, Yoga Movement interestingly categorizes theirs according to focus, pace, and sweat level. They have Basics, Core, Power/Power Flow, Zen, HIIT yoga, and ‘Monster Hot’ classes, which are 90-minute sessions designed to reaaally make you sweat.
You can book a mat per class or avail of their class packs, details of which you can find right here.
Hom Yoga is all about helping people in their journey of empowerment and transformation through yoga. Their sleek studios located at Raffles Place and Orchard Central are equipped with heating systems, allowing them to offer a wide range of heated and non-heated classes including Vinyasa/Vinyasa Flow, Ashtanga, Yin, Hatha, and Dharma yoga.
They also offer prenatal and postpartum yoga classes, as well as yoga for toddlers and kids from 18 months up to 11 years old. You can find more detailed info on classes, schedules, and prices by clicking here.
So see, no matter your preferred style of practicing yoga and asana—heated or non-heated, traditional or modern—there are tons of yoga studios in Singapore to choose from that will cater to your lifestyle needs and fitness goals.
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