Yoga Exercise & Workout Classes in Singapore| Fitness First SG

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Fitness First Asia has been approved as a Registered Yoga School by the Yoga Alliance USA since 2007. Yoga Alliance USA is the largest non-profit association representing the yoga community. It is committed to promoting and supporting the integrity and diversity of the teaching of yoga.

bring out your best self

IN YOUR MIND
Done right, yoga can directly and positively impact your mental health. We’ll help you focus on clearing your mind of noise, disorder, and negativity. 
IN YOUR SOUL
Yoga encourages you to reduce your emotional clutter. You’ll learn to reduce the stress and tension that comes with a fast-paced, modern life. 
IN YOUR BODY
Our yoga classes are designed to suit everyone, from beginners to advanced students. Each pose will help you reduce the chance of atrophy and promote a sense of wellbeing and fitness through your whole body.  

make the best of your yoga class

PREPARE YOURSELF

Arrive early so you can settle into the right frame of mind. Focus on what you want to achieve and take time after practice to quietly reflect on what you learned.

EQUIP YOURSELF

You may bring your own mat, water bottle, and hand towel with you. Wear soft, stretchable clothing that is comfortable even in the trickiest of poses.

INFORM YOUR TEACHER

Let the teacher know if it’s your first yoga class, are pregnant, or have any conditions of injuries that could affect your practice. This means they can provide you with different levels that better cater to your needs.

KEEP HYDRATED

Drink ample water before you begin working out and use the restroom beforehand. Allow at least two hours after a meal before attending class to avoid any discomfort.

BE MINDFUL

Don’t forget to silence your phone.  Arriving later or leaving class early will disrupt other students. Yoga class is a respite from distractions so be respectful of the peace.

PROGRESS

If you’re uncomfortable during a pose, pull back to a pose that’s comfortable for you. Yoga is about respecting your body’s capabilities and boundaries, so take baby steps. You’ll nail that pose the more you practice.