Sales staff/ reception: Teacher doubles up as reception.
Membership options: Class cards – 10 ($250), 20 ($420) both valid 6 months, 30 ($600), 50 ($950), 100 ($1800) valid 12 months. Unlimited – 1 month ($330), 3 months ($880), 6 months ($1320), 1 year ($1980)
Cheapest price per class: $18/class or $165/month.
Class booking: Available on mindbodyonline.
Number of outlets: 1.
Character: Unpolished but modern.
Condition: Fairly well maintained.
Crowd attracted: People around Tiong Barhu.
Class types: Mostly Flow and Classic (Bikram style). Mix of non-hot and hot classes.
Class timing: Usually 5 or 7 classes a day – morning, noon and evening.
Yoga studio: 6.5/10
Hot class: Hot air heaters used.
Non hot class: Fans and ambient temperature.
Mats: Manduka Pro Lite.
Class size: Maximum 20+ I guess.
Changing room: 6.5/10
Water: Not provided. Available for sale.
Lounge area: Sufficient.
Lockers: Metal lockers with keys provided.
Being in the hipster neighbourhood of Tiong Bahru, it is no surprised that this place is going towards the unpolished look. However, it is still quite well maintained so that’s fine – wear and tear was minimal.
There’s only one yoga room so the whole studio was quite small. The changing room was very simply furnished with metal lockers and IKEA furniture (not much theme to speak of) and it wasn’t very big – if there were more than 10 in the room it would be quite a squeeze. However, I did like how cotton pads, cotton buds, hair ties and negative ion hairdryers were provided so I give them credit for that.
The yoga room itself was decent but I didn’t get any special feelings. I did a flow class and it was of good quality.
For drivers, you can get free parking at the studio.
Pros: Good class types, low prices, good quality mats, bright yoga room.
Cons: Overall size quite small and unpolished looking.
10 Seng Poh Road