S.P.E.A.R Yoga for Asthma


What does S.P.E.A.R stand for?

It means all our structured sequences are :

S – Simple

P – Pain-free

E – Easy

A – Adequate (no other exercise required!)

R – Rejuvenating



“The superior doctor prevents sickness
The mediocre doctor attends to impending sickness;
The inferior doctor treats actual sickness.”

~~Chinese Proverb~~

What does having asthmatic attack feel like?

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease in which the airways or the breathing tubes in the lungs become inflamed, narrowed and obstructed, causing breathing difficulty. It is a very common disease worldwide, which affects people of all ages, race and gender.

Other symptoms of an asthma attack may include:

  • Severe wheezing when breathing both in and out
  • Coughing that won’t stop
  • Very rapid breathing
  • Chest pain or pressure
  • Tightened neck and chest muscles, called retractions
  • Difficulty talking
  • Feelings of anxiety or panic
  • Pale, sweaty face
  • Blue lips or fingernails
  • Or worsening symptoms despite use of your medications


For me, it feels as though someone is squeezing my lungs. Asthma is usually more common in children and teenagers and it can be life threatening if its not properly managed. Research has shown that asthmatic patients who have learnt yoga allows them to manage the symptoms properly.


What is this workshop about?

Yoga therapy for asthma is a 2-day workshop aiming to bring comfort and teach asthmatic patients breathing techniques as well as specific designed yoga asanas that can be self practiced from home.


Who should do this course

Any individuals or asthmatic patients can do this course to understand and experience the benefits of yoga therapy and how it can help to improve their current situation and to cope better with the symptoms that come along.

What is covered in the course

  • Asthma overview
  • How yoga benefits
  • Specific designed Asanas sequence for the respiratory system
  • Meditation techniques
  • Pranayama techniques
  • Alignment and coping techniques
  • Chakra System and how it affects the respiratory system
  • Mudra for asthma
  • Learn the 20 mins, 60 mins workouts

The structure of the course

  • 2 days – (5.5 hrs/day), 7.30am – 1pm
    • 3 hours – Practice
    • 1 hour – Break
    • 1.5 hours – Theory


  • SGD 800