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Yoga Mala is a yoga studio located in the heart of Singapore.Yoga Mala practices thoughtful and reflexive yoga to promote both physical and mental well-being.Yoga Mala runs day-to-day yoga classes, teacher training programmes and also focus on...more
The yoga rooms are average, the shower place and shower curtains are very poor.
The service is poor.
Overall bad, not recommended.More
Date of experience: December 2017
1 Thank AninditaDe
Yoga_Mala, Manager at Yoga Mala, responded to this reviewResponded 6 November 2018
Happy Diwali Anindita.
May the supreme light illumine your minds, enlighten your heart and give thanks for your health, family, friends and the grace of God.
Our records show your last visit was 3 June 2017. We are unsure why you are leaving this review...More
I often go to Singapore for my company related work. Last time when I went Singapore, I visited Yoga Mala to attend yoga classes. I must tell that I am a beginner. All teachers are experienced, and the way of teaching yoga is encouraging. I...More
I would not recommend yoga mala for yoga teacher training. I have recently completed the part time 200 hour yoga course and in my opinion, the teaching methods used were neither effective or professional. We only practised yoga for an hour or two per day...More
Date of experience: November 2017
1 Thank Lisalondon86
Yoga_Mala, Manager at Yoga Mala, responded to this reviewResponded 23 October 2018
We are sorry to hear about your personal experience which did not align with your expectations. Reading through your review, it seems you are unhappy with the penalty fee imposed.
Here is a truthful account of the events.
1. You had 3 months...More
Enrolling the 200-hr Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) with Yoga Mala was the best thing I did for myself in 2017. I had been practicing yoga for 3 plus years prior to the start the course, but the yoga I knew then was very much Asana...More
I looked around for YTT courses and found that many were very much commercialised till i met Raj and Mien at the info session. They are sincere and down-to-earth and live the essence of yoga.
If you're only looking for a textbook, spoon feeding style...More
When I decided to turn my life around and pursue Yoga Teacher Training I took time to find the right school. Spoiled with many choices in Singapore I’ve chosen Yoga Mala. First I wasn’t really concerned about teaching quality, or reviews but I wanted to...More
I did not have any expectations nor realise how much positive effect the Yoga Teacher Training has had in my life. But it is here unquantifiably. It is not like a fireworks-like surge of excitement. It came gently and quietly to anchor in the back...More
I had taken and taught yoga-based classes for a few years before enrolling in Yoga Mala’s 200 hour teacher training program. However, I felt that I was lacking in my understanding of yogic philosophy, postures and human physiology and wanted to improve my own technique...More
I have been a certified yoga teacher since 2013, my first training was done in India.
But end of 2016 I decided I wanted to take an additional 200hours course, to go deeper into my knowledge, how to improve my teaching and to understand better...More
I am practicing yoga for quite a while but the YTT training from Yoga Mala boosted me to a new dimension. The content of the course is well balanced and provided me the time to explore my very own yoga journey. In addition to that,...More
From Marina Bay, a walk along Singapore River will take you through the three Quays of the city, each offering a very different atmosphere. Boat Quay features historical sites and a buzzing riverfront vibe. Clarke Quay caters to the party crowd, while Robertson Quay appeals to the leisurely wanderer. Weekends at Robertson Quay and Martin Road also give a peek into the lives of expats in Singapore, as the
riverfront teems with joggers, dog walkers, and those getting their caffeine fix over brunch or enjoying a burger and a beer. No matter what you’re up for, the three Quays have something to keep you happy, day or night.