HOT 26 - NEW YOGA CLASS

 

HOT 26 - BEST OF 26 HOT YOGA STYLE

Join us for a new Yoga challenge as we bring you the best of 26 Yoga Asanas at Real Yoga studios - increasing your flexibility, strength and coordination as well as induces hormones to detoxify your body, purifying your mind, body and soul

 

Call respective studio for trial lesson on Hot 26 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Subject: Hot 26) for more info

 

8 LUCKY GIVEAWAYS - YEAR END 2015

 

8 LUCKY ITEMS GIVEAWAYS - YEAR END 

Every new member & upgrades* will be entitled to an instant  YOGA draw. Let's celebrate year end with special gift.

 

Find out now from our colleague.

 

 

 

 

About International Yoga Day

 

WHY 21st JUNE WAS CHOSEN AS INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY?

 

United Nations has passed a resolution declaring June 21 every year as the International Yoga Day (World Yoga Day). India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi had urged the International Community to adopt 21 June as the International Yoga Day.

 

Every year in Northern hemisphere, the Summer Solstice falls on June 21. It is the day when Day is longest and the night is shortest. It is the day when Earth is at its closest distance from the Sun on its orbit.

 

From the perspective of yoga, the Summer Solstice marks the transition of Sun from Uttarayana to Dakshinayana, according to ancient Vedic Calendar. According to Vedic Books, it was the day when Lord Shiva, first taught Yoga to his disciples. The knowledge of Yoga first descended from Shiva on this day. We can say, June 21 as the Birthday of Yoga. This is the reason why several Yogic Preachers had advocated celebrating June 21 as the International Yoga Day.

 

 

Real Yoga Academy

 

REAL YOGA ACADEMY

Introducing Real Yoga Academy – the first in Singapore to feature Yoga training institution and study centre with a full-fledged Yoga library within the central business district. 

We will offer on-going local & international workshops by renown teachers, specialized Yoga teachers training course, training facility for new and experienced teachers as well as other exciting Yoga related information or events that will be publicly available for all.

Our faculty of courses will be represented by different experts in selected field such as Pre-Natal, Acro Yoga, Ashtanga and many more.

Attracting local and international students, our courses are for teachers, trainee teachers, students wishing to become teachers and for those who wish to significantly deepen their knowledge, practice or teaching of informed, safe and effective Yoga methods, varies types of Yoga from beginner to advanced, meditation and other specified forms of yoga and related subjects.

Join this special workshop to find out more!
www.realyoga-academy.com

16th June 2015

Jurong Studio,
6.30pm to 7.30pm

19th June 2015

Parkway Parade Studio,
10am to 11am

19th June 2015

Tampines Studio,
6.30pm to 7.30pm

20th June 2015

Toa Payoh Studio,
11am to 12pm

20th June 2015

Centrepoint Studio,
2.30pm to 3.30pm

FREE for all members / $30 for non-members 

Registration is now open and to be done at all Real Yoga studio counters.

Reserve your seats now!

 

Yoga & Pilates - The Best of Both

 

WHY PILATES?

 

1. Minimized Joint Impact

Pilates, is practiced either on a mat or a reformer. The reclined position provides an extremely high quality workout, but without any long term damage on joints.

 

2. Core Stabilization

Stabilizing muscles - these are small, hard to target groups of muscles that protect important parts of your body, like joints and vital organs. Pilates’ aim is to strengthen these oft neglected, smaller areas, such as the muscles of the pelvic floor, your hip flexors, and aducters (inner thighs).

 

3. Improved Spinal Alignment

Regular Pilates practice will improve spinal flexibility and proper alignment of concern because of the special attention it gives to the powerhouse muscles that stabilize and support the spine reducing back and neck pain.

 

4. Cardiovascular Health

The practice of Pilates provides not only a muscular workout, but an aerobic one as well. Done properly, a class can have the same intensity as jogging with additional benefits to the joints and areas of soft-tissue.

 

5. Breathing Benefits

Pilates can help the breathing patterns of everyone from asthmatics and smokers to regular, healthy 22 year-olds encourages muscle oxygenation

 

6. Increased Flexibility

Combining toning work with gentle stretches, the multi-layered approach of the Pilates method is known to increase both muscular and joint flexibility.

 

7. Whole Body Conditioning

Pilates is engineered to condition the entire body. This means that taking Pilates negates you having to go anywhere else to complete or supplement your workout.

 

Source: http://pilates.isport.com/pilates-guides/why-pilates-is-the-best-workout

 

Call your preferred studio to redeem complimentary pilates class at 6734 2853 (Centrepoint) / 6604 6084 (Tampines) / 6564 4306 (Jurong) / 6258 5118 (Toa Payoh) / 6348 2270 (Parkway Parade) or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Subject: Pilates) for more info