12 yoga studios in Singapore to balance body and mind

Feeling the blues working 9 to 6 every day? Visit a yoga studio in Singapore this World International Yoga Day (21 Jun) to relieve stress and perhaps spiritual enlightenment, too.

yoga studio in singapore - woman doing yoga
yoga studio in singapore - woman doing yoga

After all, yoga is a Hindu spiritual discipline, a part of which, including breath control,  meditation, and the use of specific bodily postures, is practised for health and relaxation.

Check out these 12 yoga studios in Singapore to find your zen.

1. PURE Yoga

Established in 2002, The PURE Group is the leading premium lifestyle brand in Asia. The company comprises PURE Yoga, PURE Fitness, KURIOS, PURE Nutrition, and PURE Online.

Like doing therapeutic exercises? Go with their Healing: Yin Yoga & Sound Healing exercise, suitable for those who want to stretch their bodies with little physical effort.

yoga studio in singapore - sound bowl
yoga studio in singapore - sound bowl

The specialised class integrates sound therapy from singing bowls and gongs with Yin poses to produce a resonance that is not only heard but also felt; such resonance can positively affect the Chakras (energy centres) and help purify the body’s energy system.

Pure Yoga has 2 branches islandwide, at Marina Bay and Orchard Road.

Go with their Transformation Membership. It comes with all club access with unlimited visits. You’ll be able to access all of their Yoga and Fitness classes (including PURE+) for S$395/month. Not sold? You’ll be able to sign up for a trial (S$49) for 3 yoga classes.

2. Vyasa Yoga

If you’re suffering from ailments, give yoga therapy a try. It is a type of therapy that uses yoga postures, breathing exercises, meditation etc. to improve mental and physical health.

Located at Farrer Park, Vyasa Yoga offers 1-on-1 Yoga Therapy for common conditions. These include Bronchial Asthma, Nasal Allergies, Chronic Bronchitis, Diabetes and Obesity.

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Credit – Vyasa Yoga

Their therapists are all certified. They have completed the yoga studio’s own Yoga Therapy Course, or have a Masters (M.Sc) or a Doctorate (PhD) in yoga from SVYASA, Bangalore.

Still not convinced? The yoga studio in Singapore offers a free trial yoga session. A single drop-in yoga lesson costs S$40 while 25 lessons will set you back by S$548.

3. Jal Yoga 

The word “jal” means water in Hindi. Water adapts to surmount obstacles and rises to extraordinary heights. At Jal Yoga, they believe that you can be like water. Jal Yoga offers personalised 1-to-1 yoga sessions for dedicated attention to help you achieve a toned body.

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Credit – Jal Yoga

Jal Yoga specialises in authentic Hindu yoga exercises. Looking for an intermediate-level yoga exercise? Go with their Ashtanga Primary Series (75 mins/90 mins) and push yourself to your limits with Jal Yoga as you practise breath and movement synchronisation.

Jal Yoga has 6 branches: Alexandra, Katong, Kovan, Upper Bukit Timah, Upper Thomson and Woodlands. Choose between memberships for unlimited classes (from S$135/month) and packages (from S$30 – S$39 per class). You’ll be able to sign up for a free yoga class.

4. Hale Yoga

Unlike the other yoga studios in Singapore, Hale Yoga differentiates itself by offering unconventional yoga exercises. These include aerial yoga, wheel yoga and hoop yoga.

Aerial Yoga explores a repertoire of stretches, inversions and/or transitions with the use of hammock fabrics. If you’re new to aerial yoga, our advice is to go with their Aerial Stretch.

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Credit – Hale Yoga

The beginner-friendly lesson, which makes use of a parachute trapeze as an apparatus, focuses on aerial high and low-ground stretch-based poses with minimal inversion.

Hale Yoga has 3 studios conveniently located islandwide: Somerset, Tanjong Pagar, and Paya Lebar. You can register for 10 yoga lessons for only S$220 with their 10 Class Pack.

5. HOM Yoga

HOM Yoga offers a diverse array of yoga styles, from traditional and classical methods of practice to more contemporary forms of yoga. The yoga studio specialises in heated yoga.

Heated yoga is yoga done in a sauna-like environment to increase perspiration. This helps to eliminate toxins while increasing your body’s metabolism, leading to healthy weight loss.

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Credit – HOM Yoga

If you like the idea, go with their Hot Flow Yoga, suited for all levels. With a focus on your breath, the class is designed to cement your strength as you navigate a sequence of poses.

The yoga studio has 2 branches, at River Valley and Orchard Central. Get unlimited classes at S$229/month with their Monthly Membership. An introductory yoga lesson costs S$49.

6. Sweatbox

Up for a more intense version of hot yoga? Give Sweatbox’s Inferno Hot Pilates a go.

Unlike traditional Pilates Reformer classes, Inferno Hot Pilates is a high-intensity, low-impact exercise program that sculpts major muscle groups to increase calorie expenditure.

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Credit – Sweatbox

On top of traditional Pilates mat practice, the Power Pilates program emphasises balance, control, and core strength for ultimate fat-burning. The class is appropriate for all levels.

The yoga studio has 2 branches in Singapore, at Orchard and Boay Quay. A single private yoga class is priced at S$150, while 10 private yoga classes will set you back by S$1300.

7. Lava Hot Yoga Studio

Lava Hot Yoga Studio is another hot yoga studio in Singapore. The Japanese yoga chain is a women-only hot yoga studio with hinoki hot stones flooring and chakra lighting.

Containing the “Phytoncide” compound that helps plants combat diseases, hinoki cypress gives off a distinctive scent. The fragrance has health benefits for your health and skin.

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Credit – LAVA Hot Yoga Studio

Go with their signature LAVA Flow 1 class. The beginner program contains original music compositions to synchronise body movement with the breath. The yoga teachers will begin each class with pranayama and meditation practices to heighten mindfulness and focus.

HOM Yoga has only 1 branch at Great World. An annual membership package is priced at S$2220 with payment to be made upfront. First-timers can enjoy a trial at S$20. The good news? The trial fee is waived if you sign up for a membership package on the spot.

8. Freedom Yoga

Freedom Yoga prides itself on the gorgeous design of their studios. They have two branches at Holland Village and Martin Road. Here’s how their Martin Road studio looks.

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Credit – Freedom Yoga

Conveniently situated just off Martin Road and a stone’s throw away from Robertson Quay and Great World, the yoga studio is an expansive oasis of calmness tucked in the lively neighbourhood. Feel your pace slow to a pleasant hum as you make your way to and into the studio. Bask in natural light and lush vegetation as you hold, flow, engage and align.

One session costs S$65, while 5 classes are priced at $165. They have a trial (S$S49). Enjoy infinite classes for one week. Get 10% off the regular priced packages thereafter.

9. On Good Ground

Looking for a kids’ yoga lesson in Singapore? At On Good Ground, yoga is taught to children aged 4 – 11 for movement exploration and breathing within protected boundaries.

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Credit – On Good Ground

In the small group classes, your children will get to interact with others within their age range under the watchful eye and patient guidance of their seasoned yoga instructors.

The yoga lessons are taught by Carmen Kee, who was certified as a yoga teacher in 2020. The weekly yoga lessons for kids aged 4 – 11 start from S$140/month at Joo Chiat Road.


Looking for pre-natal yoga before childbirth? Like other types of childbirth-preparation classes, prenatal yoga is a multifaceted approach to exercise that encourages stretching.

yoga studio in singapore - YOGA Inc
yoga studio in singapore - YOGA Inc

Pay YOGA Inc a visit. Their prenatal yoga classes are conducted in non-airconditioned rooms. You can start attending anytime, as early in your pregnancy as you like. Most people start after the first trimester and can continue all the way until they give birth.

YOGA Inc has branches at Punggol, Tampines, Buona Vista, East Coast Park and Bedok. A single prenatal yoga session will set you back by S$45. 5 prenatal classes cost S$200.

11. Mudita Yoga

If your office is in the Central Business District, drop by Mudita Yoga after work.

Located at North Bridge Road, Mudita Yoga is helmed by a range of seasoned instructors across various yoga classes. These include basics, flow, hatha, stretch, prenatal and postpartum.

yoga studio in Singapore - vinyasa yofa
yoga studio in Singapore - vinyasa yofa

Sign up for their Hatha-Vinyasa yoga lesson, which is suitable for all levels.

You will navigate the balance between strength and flexibility through a flowing sequence of postures that combine the traditions of Hatha and Vinyasa yoga. You will also be guided through poses to challenge your body and mind while also improving your overall health.

A single yoga lesson costs S$35. Meanwhile, 5 yoga lessons will set you back by S$150.

12. Peculiar Yogi

Peculiar Yogi is a safe, non-judgmental space at Bugis for beginners and experienced alike to practise yoga. They don’t judge if you can’t touch your toes or bend backwards.

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Credit – Peculiar Yogi

Aspiring to become a yoga tutor? Enroll for their 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training. Apart from learning the ropes of the traditional Yoga craft, you’ll master the art of the business. Actionable tips taught include how to market yourself as a yoga practitioner.

You’ll have to pay S$3400 (early bird) – S$3900 for the yoga teacher training program.

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