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The Truth About True Yoga

Inspired Magazine, JUNE 2011

As the foremost name in health and wellness, True Yoga maintains a distinct approach in promoting yoga towards a healthy lifestyle. It has significantly expanded through the years with more than 100,000 members, and is now considered the largest fitness group in Asia.

True to its commitment of offering the best of yoga, they also run the extra mile in providing the finest service and facilities, featuring over 35 types of yoga, hot yoga, dance and Pilates classes taught in more than 400 classes a week by seasoned masters from India. Two centres are conveniently located in the commercial and business districts of Singapore — the Pacific Plaza outlet in Scotts Road with an extensive area of 16,000sq ft with four well-appointed studios, and the Ocean Financial Centre outlet in Raffles Place with a massive 21,000sq ft area boasting of nine spacious studios.

Both centres offer lavish interiors and top-notch amenities including the members' relaxation lounge, VIP Black Card members' lounge with luxurious OSIM massage chairs and fully-equipped locker and shower areas complete with steam rooms. Another treat for members is the online booking facility, which allows them to book their classes in advance with ease and convenience.

What's more, True Yoga is constantly developing new and innovative fitness trends to cater to the diverse needs of its clients. The latest addition is Ethnic Yoga, exclusively developed by Master Adinath Chowdhury, who shares that yoga practice results in many physical benefits including flexibility, strength and muscle tone, improved breathing and joint pain reduction as well as mental benefits such as increased calmness and stress management. One of the purest forms of traditional Indian yoga, Ethnic Yoga employs a combination of sun salutation poses, breathing techniques, postures and meditation. Suitable for all levels, regular practice of Ethnic Yoga purifies the body and increases energy levels. One can achieve these results in an average of three to six months of frequent practice. Master Adinath also recommends avoiding fried and oily food and increasing vegetable intake for easy digestion in order to achieve the full benefits of yoga.

 

True Yoga (www.trueyoga.com.sg) offers a variety of membership options to suit your needs, starting from as low as SG$115 per month. Opt for the VIP Black Card membership, with access to True Group centres in five countries — Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan and India.

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