June 18, 2017
Malaysia is emerging as a major center for yoga across Southeast Asia. Dr. Lingham Pillai, the organizing committee chairman of the 24th Amateur World Yoga Championship, said yoga sports in the country is growing larger in numbers since the formation of the Malaysian Yoga Sports Association. If you are interested in trying yoga, here are some studios offering classes at an affordable rate:
You can find a range of group fitness classes in this gym, including yoga. Fitness First offers a free trial guest pass, which is actually a nice feature if you are new to yoga and what to see what is it like before signing up for a paid class.
This yoga center in Subang focuses on physical posture, breathing, and concentration. Aside from yoga class, they also offer hypnotherapy, stress management, and pain management.
Thinking of performing yoga at the Batu Caves? Join the society’s weekly classes that are available for beginners, intermediates, and children.
Run by Beth Lim, this studio in Subang Jaya teaches Hatha, a type of yoga that focuses on both mind and body exercises. There are classes also available for kids and pregnant mommies.
The Divine Life Society organizes hatha yoga sessions in this old-school rugby club during weekends. They practice basic yoga poses that can help you focus on breathing and stretching.
Situated in Setapak, Dancepot teaches a fusion of Hatha and gentle flow techniques. They teach basic yoga for beginners and aerial yoga for improvers.
For those who prefer private yoga sessions, this community offers many types of yoga classes for all student levels. They can be located all over Malaysia. They have classes in Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, Kepong, Puchong, Cheras, Penang, and Johor Bahru.
Yoga has many surprising health benefits. Among others, it can help build muscle strength and prevent joint breakdown. Are you ready to practice yoga soon? Inquire in any of these studios and get started with your yoga class.
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