We Are Open 22 July to 18 August 2021

1. MASK ON AT ALL TIMES, EVEN DURING CLASS
2. BRING YOUR OWN PROPS & MATS
3. REDUCED CLASS SIZE
4. STAY AT HOME IF YOU EXHIBIT FLU-LIKE SYMPTOMS
5. CANCELLATION WINDOW – 2 HOURS BEFORE
6. EXTENSION GIVEN TO CLASS CREDIT PACKAGES

2021 MID YEAR PROMO

2021 Mid Year Promo (10+10)@$435.00 – 20 Credits

2021 Mid Year Promo (30+30)@$1,050.00 – 60 Credits

2021 Mid Year Promo (50+50)@$1,600.00 – 100 Credits

*Offer ends 30 July 2021

100 Hours Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training

** OFFER** $400 OFF* on upcoming 26th July Course
Offer ends on 10 July 2021.
Availability is limited and on first come first serve basis

200Hrs Yoga Teacher Training

200 Hours Yoga Alliance Accredited

*UPDATED. Announcing all upcoming programmes start date:
Part Time:  2 July, 3 Sept 2021
Full Time:  19 July, 10 Aug, 30 Aug, 4 Oct 2021

Aerial Yoga Teacher Training

50 Hours of Training in Singapore

Part Time: Starting from 17th July & 14th Aug 2021
Full Time: Starting from 14th July & 16th Aug 2021

Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training

85 Hours Yoga Alliance Accredited Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training Course

Upcoming Programme Dates:

Part Time: 6-29 March 2020 (Fri-Sun)

Full Time: 9 -20 March 2020 (Mon-Fri)

Review of the Day should be done in bed before going to sleep

In this practice reflect over the day like a movie in rewind from the time you woke up in the morning to the time you go to sleep. It is a review to see how you have lived your day; the actions, reactions, behaviour, interactions, prominent thoughts. While reviewing the day you will come across problems or difficulties with people or situations. Through this meditation you observe those situations and analyze how you could have dealt with them in a better manner, what could have been a better way and if it happened again how could you go about to bring more balance and harmony into your life. This practice is a process of observing, adjusting and ultimately changing your behaviour

  1. MASK ON AT ALL TIMES, EVEN DURING CLASS
    Masks are strict to be worn at all times, even during class. This also means that classes will be reduced in intensity and adjusted to ensure the comfort of students. Do take rest during class when needed.
  2. BRING YOUR OWN PROPS & MATS
    The latest guidelines disallow sharing of equipment, mats and props included. Please bring your own mat and blocks for class. We are not able to rent or loan you one over this duration.
  3. REDUCED CLASS SIZE
    Safe distancing to be observed at all times during class. We will be offering online classes in addition to onsite classes. Do keep a lookout.
  4. STAY AT HOME IF YOU EXHIBIT FLU-LIKE SYMPTOMS
    Should you fail the temperature check, you will not be admitted into class.
  5. CANCELLATION WINDOW – 2 HOURS BEFORE
    Due to reduced class sizes, the cancellation window is now 2 hours before.
  6. EXTENSION GIVEN TO CLASS CREDIT PACKAGES
    We will provide 4 weeks extension members on class credit packages accordingly
Yoga Mala Singapore

Why

Yoga

Daily practice will incorporate posture alignment, breathing exercises and meditation to make you feel healthier in body, mind and spirit in a full spectrum practice.
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Yoga Mala Singapore

Yoga

Studio

Yoga Mala Yoga Studio is located at Boat Quay, overlooking the Singapore river.Yoga Mala prides itself on its cosy, home-like atmosphere.
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Yoga Mala Singapore

Yoga

Teacher

The team is dedicated and passionate about sharing and inspiring others with the wisdom of yoga in Singapore in a down-to-earth and practical manner.
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Testimonials

Classes are simple

yet thoughtfully designed with the opportunity to learn newer concepts. Thanks to the lovely teachers. Ayan-Sircar at Yoga Mala Singapore

Ayan Sircar | Singapore

Rediscover my strength,

peace and potential. I did not look for any place to just do physical exercise. Rather, I tired to find a place where I can grow further. Mimie-Tav at Yoga Mala Singapore

Mimie Tav | Singapore

Class size was very small

and the instructor gave very detailed guidance to each of us based on our different level of experience. Jingru-Ong at Yoga Mala Singapore

Jingru Ong | Singapore

Improvement in self

Yoga Mala’s YTT course helped me to improve my understanding of yoga, my teaching techniques and body awareness. The course was helped to better prepare me to be a yoga instructor. It was a great blend of practice and theory. Sobia Nusrat at Yoga Mala Singapore

Sobia Nusrat | Singapore

Gained knowledge, experienced instructors

I gained great knowledge on asanas, pranayamas and also confidence in my own practice through Yoga Mala’s YTT course. The instructors are experienced and encouraging. Tina Tan at Yoga Mala Singapore

Tina Tan | Singapore

Our Services

Yoga Mala offers variety of group Yoga Classes ranging from Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa, Hot Yoga to Pranayama and Meditation.  Check our daily schedule for more information.

Yoga Mala’s Training Programmes are recognised and accredited by the Yoga Alliance USA, enabling you to become a Registered Yoga Teacher with them.

Yoga at work is proven to build team-work, improve work performance, raise staff morale and build resilience to cope with stressful times. We offer a wide range of programmes, tailored to your needs.

Enquire for personalised sessions. Personal sessions range from posture correction, learning yoga at your own pace,  yoga therapy, meditation, health programmes and achieving personal goals.

Enquire for private group sessions. Personal sessions range from posture correction, learning yoga with your friends and family, yoga for special events and more.

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