Yoga Movement Singapore Review

I had back injury 4 years ago and things were never the same again. I have to make more effort to stay healthy and ensure healthy back. It does not help with long working hours at work, sitting down.

Firstly, I had to go to chiropractic sessions weekly. I was advised to swim and it helped.

However, I am someone who gets bored with repetitive exercise. Hence, I decided to try yoga again. I like yoga boutique studios because of the ambiance and the flexibility of payments. I can choose to pay per class price or 10 classes etc.

Unlike gyms, they expect you to sign up for 2 years contract which does not allow one having the options to try out other gyms or studios. Also with the recent cases of international gyms closing down in Singapore, I would like to have the flexibility to change studio when I want to.

As usual, I did google search and came across Yoga Movement. I started to attend lessons from 1st April 2016.

Initially, I attended maximum of 2 classes per week. Once I got the hang of yoga, I attended 4 times a week. I was also trying to tone up for my wedding.

Question 1: Where is Yoga Movement located?

Currently, Yoga Movement has 6 studios.

1. Carpenter Street

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2. East Coast
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3. Orchard 22

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4. Robertson Quay

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5. Tanjong Pagar

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6. Tiong Bahru

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Question 2: What type of yoga classes does Yoga Movement has?

No/Type Hot Non Hot
1 Basics Basics
2 Core Core
3 Power Power
4 Zen
5 Power Flow
6 Monster Hot

Question 3: Which class should I sign up?

Difficulty Level Hot Non hot
Beginner Basic Basic
Intermediate Core Core
Intermediate Power Power
Beginner Zen
Advance Power Flow
Advance Monster Hot (90 minutes)

Since I am beginner level, I usually attend hot basics (60 minutes) or monster hot when I feel like doing 1.5 hours of yoga instead. All the classes are 60 minutes except for Monster Hot. Sometimes when I feel more energized and tone up, I would take hot core.

When I just want to stretch, I will take zen.

Question 4: How much is a class?

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Type/Price Single 10 Class 20 Class
Package $30 $220 $380
Cost per class $30 $22 $19
Validity NA 6 months 6 months

Depends on the package you pick. Latest price updated from 1st September 2016.

Question 5: Which yoga instructor should I pick?

Everyone has their preference. Below are my preference.

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I enjoy my yoga classes with Yoga Movement because of:
1. Studio locations
2. Great instructors
3. Easy class booking online (3 days advance)
4. Easy registering class attendance with a scan tag

After 8 months of yoga, I got more flexible and no backache. I guess I will keep yoga-ing.

Website: http://www.yogamovement.com/

Carpenter Street Address: 31A & 33A New Bridge Road, Singapore 059394
East Coast Address: 237 A & B East Coast Rd, Singapore 428930
Orchard 22 Address: 22 Orchard Road, #02-01, Singapore 238885
Robertson Quay Address: 22 Martin Road #02-01, Singapore 239058
Tanjong Pagar Address: 21 Tanjong Pagar Rd, #02-01, Singapore 088444
Tiong Bahru Address: 11 Yong Siak St, Singapore 168646

Till then…

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2 Comments

  1. […] My colleague shared with me about fitness pass (both Kfit & Guava Pass) previously because I was attending 4 yoga classes each week at Yoga Movement. […]

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  2. […] lot of figuring out time like finding a nice yoga place to go. I really miss Yoga Movement back in Singapore. Tried to signup for KFit but payment cannot seem to go through with PayPal. […]

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