Sales staff/ reception: No selling at all.
Membership options: Class cards – 10 ($320) valid 4 months, 20 ($560) valid 6 months, 50 ($1190) and 100 ($2000) both valid 1 year. Unlimited membership 1 month ($360), 6 months ($1800) and 12 months ($2700)
- Cheapest price per class: $20 or $225.00/month for unlimited.
Class booking: Available on mindbodyonline. Teacher schedule only released 1 week ahead but class type remains fixed.
Number of outlets: 1.
- Character: Good facilities, big and clean space, but no windows or natural light in the yoga or changing room.
- Condition: Well-maintained over the years. Minimal signs of wear and tear.
Crowd attracted: Mostly people in their 30s perhaps, many non-office workers. (A weekday 9am class can be almost full with 30 odd students.)
Class types: A mix of both hot and non-hot. Fixed sequence classes do not dominate and beginners can take a beginner’s hatha class.
Crowd: Not very crowded. Last minute booking should be alright.
Class timing: 6 classes a day, morning and evening for weekdays.
Yoga studio: 8/10
Hot class: Infrared panels are used. Heat was hot enough but still manageable.
Non-hot class: Room was air-conditioned.
Class size: Studio 1 – about 35, Studio 2 – about 21.
Cleanliness: Mats are cleaned after every class.
Changing room: 8/10
Toilets: 2 or 3.
Showers: Around 6 – 8 cubicles (can’t recall).
Towels: Provided in the yoga room and changing room. Towels are not very new or thick but at least they do not have holes.
Lounge area: Premises of whole studio is big, with benches, chairs and tables around.
Lockers: Designated locker key will be given when you sign in.
I’ve been here several times and the facilities here are good and I like how this place is big, making me feel comfortable. I liked the polished look of the entire place because I personally do not prefer shabby looking yoga studios. Many students were spotted wearing Lululemon here, so I suppose the crowd consists of a number of serious yogis.
The Hot Flow class I tried here was of similar standard to Hom Yoga’s and it was enjoyable. Hatha yoga is available for beginners to start learning yoga too.
With the good facilities and a lot of space to move around, this is one of my favaourite studios in Singapore.
Pros: Nice studio, strong classes available, no hard selling, Manduka mats used.
Cons: Not a lot of classes per day.
902 East Coast Parkway
Block B, #02-05A