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Beginners

Simple and easy to follow, great for starters

Yoga Core

Tone abs, trim the waistline and strengthen your core!

Ashtanga Yoga

Challenging movement oriented traditional sequence. Start with Ashtanga Basics, then progress to Ashtanga Primary Series for intermediate level

Hatha Yoga

A slower-paced class in which poses are held a little longer to give you the opportunity to express yourself fully.

Flow

Explore movements with breath and flow into yoga postures.

Yin Yoga

Passive floor poses that work the hips, pelvis, inner thighs, lower spine.

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  • 10 Classes at $170
  • Valid for 10 weeks (from date of purchase)
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FT YTT 200 Hours #04

We’ve heard about many girls come to yoga to get over a break up. Being lucky or unlucky enough, this might be the reason of the beginning of your yoga journey. Unlucky that your romance is ended by now. On the bright side, you were at least lucky enough to fall in love once in your lifetime. The jackpot is yoga can definitely help you; not just to mend your broken heart.

Yoga is the union of mind, body and spirit. You have to be physically fit at this point of time if you’re mentally unfit because yoga is not only about breath in and breath out and you will be recovered from the break up. Beware that sometimes the muscles ache after yoga physical practice could be more painful than the heart ache caused by your past love.

Letting go of a relationship can be a  complicated process; but you’re on the right path towards the recovery. We would be at the denial stage of grieving upon breaking up; be it you initiated the break up or you just got ditched. Our belief system is ruled by our heart instead of our mind at this point of time; it’s hard to adjust to the idea that we are losing someone in our lives, even though he is still alive out there. And after this stage we would be in anger, why did he do that to me or why is life being unfair to us. The truth is, life is always unfair and things are changing beyond your control; especially for a relationship. After this you may be regret or still wish to text him or talk to him and hoping him to come back. The best thing to do is not to do anything to him. Give him some time and also spare yourself some time to think if he is really the person that you want to spend the rest of your life with; or just for the moment. Distance creates attraction at some points; if you didn’t do something really bad to him. For sure, he will think about you; at least for three minutes after the break up. You might be in depression and not wanting to do anything or being on the verge of tears most of the time.

On the contrary, this is the best time to start practicing yoga. Instead of dwelling on the past love, divert your attention and spend your energy to learn something new. Self improvement is essential; we always want to be a better version of ourselves. He may or may not come back, but if he will and he will. There’s nothing you could change about him; but you could change yourself, gradually, in a better way with a positive mindset from the learning of yoga.

There are a few asana we could practice, ideally is to heal your broken heart.

Start with Balasana, child pose. Melt yourself onto the mat with your knees distance apart and let your stomach sink to your thighs. Hug the earth if you couldn’t hug your ex anymore. Stay for ten breaths and when you get up you will feel good just because you are still breathing on this earth.

Uttanasana, standing forward bend is a good pose as well. Stand with your feet hip width apart and toes rooted to the ground. Raise your arms up and fold your back over the front of your thighs, bringing the crown of your head towards the ground. You may hold onto opposite elbow and shake them to the left and right a bit or just hands down on the floor. If you feel like crying because you still think about your ex now, you may cry a bit at this point because nobody would see it when you’re doing this pose with your head down; if only it makes you feel better.

There are of course a lot more challenging poses but you need to warm up your body with a few round of Surya Namaskar, sun salutation. You will be able to sense the heat and power from your body. Do it with proper inhalation and exhalation at every change of pose. Practice also Virabhadrasana A & B, the Warrior 1 & 2: these could really make you feel like a real warrior. You have to engage your muscle, suck in your belly, gaze at the correct dristi, breath in and breath out steadily and balance your pose. I assume that you would not have time to think about your ex now because you may now realized that there are so many things to do in life.

It’s not easy to come to an acceptance; for anything. But there’s a time for everything. A time to tear down and a time to build. A time to weep and a time to laugh. A time to mourn and a time to dance. Yoga may not be able to heal your heart ache fully; but it could definitely do something beyond that. Your muscle will tone up after regular practice, your skin will be smoother, and endorphins makes your feel happy, most importantly your mind will be at peace. If he comes back and you still want him, treasure every moment and try to do better together. Otherwise, you could be happy by yourself or a better man is out there waiting for the better you!

P.S.: Yoga is for life; not just for the break up healing!

My Beginning of the End

So almost everyone’s first post is about how they started yoga. And if you think this post is going to be different, you are wrong. Sorry to disappoint! 

I personally think it’s important to share how one got into yoga. Everyone has a different story and each story is beautiful in their own ways. What’s mine?

My first yoga lesson was eight years ago, and it was one of the classes provided by my gym then. I know I know, why did I take a yoga lesson (If I recall, it’s Yin yoga) in a gym? Beats me too. Anyways, that session was so boring and I nearly fell asleep 15 mins in. And I told myself yoga is not for me. 

True enough, I did not step into a yoga lesson for three years. Until in 2014, my friend, Nerissa, asked if I was interested in yoga. As you can imagine, I was reluctant at first. But after much persuasion, I caved and went for a trial class, thinking I won’t be interested and I will yet again fall asleep. Little do I know, that class changed my perception of yoga. It was such an invigorating session. As flexible as I thought I was (clearly I was not and very ignorant then), I was ‘defeated’ by the poses. I saw some of the regular practitioners who did it with such poise and grace. I was in awe and it was an eye opener. Naturally, both Nerissa and I signed up with the yoga studio and went for classes regularly. But as much as I was enjoying yoga, I felt that something was missing. Something just did not click but I did not know what it was. Sadly, I decided to quit yoga.

During the three years I stopped yoga, somehow I miss it. There is just something about it – the energy, the poses. So after much deliberation, I decided to join a yoga studio. I started to practice yoga again. I am not going to lie, it was tough in the beginning. My body was stiff and it aches after each session. But as sessions go by, I began to fall in love with yoga. This time round, one way or another, I understood yoga better. It’s not only about the poses but the beauty of the union of the breath and movement. It made me want to learn and understand the meaning of yoga (Yoga and me clicked this time. Hooray!). What really is yoga? The thirst for wanting to know more grew. At the same time, Nerissa (who else) asked if I was interested to join YTT at Tirisula. So here I am writing this post, enjoying every moment of it. As they say… The rest is history.

Time for another story another time. 

Shine on.

My yoga journey to YTT

I have been practicing yoga on and off for 8 years. I still remember very clearly that my first yoga class was a substitute class when my bodycombat class got cancelled. I decided to try on yoga since I’m already in my workout attire and ever since, I like this ‘exercise’ but I’m not committed to it and NEVER like those challenging asanas such as Ashtanga Yoga.

I’ve been in my yoga ‘comfort zone’ in the past few years as I only attended hatha yoga or yin yoga and most importantly I don’t like being sweaty. Moreover, I’ve bad experiences on inversion asanas which results in me having a great fear of headstand up to today. I’ve tried to avoid or skip those inversion asanas in the past.

As I am on my career break now and to ensure my time is not ‘wasted’, I’ve sign up this YTT to deepen my yoga knowledge. However, part of me still hoping that this course will be toward hatha training. But things do not turn up as it is…

Day by day, I’m amazed by topics taught in the course and eager to learn more. Through this course, I understand that yoga is not about asana, it includes other segments such as philosophy, pranayama, anatomy, meditation, and others knowledge that beyond any words we can describe in this world. Through the daily practice, I feel my physical and mental are growing and I started to face my fear towards the challenging asana and willing to try them and the same goes to my mental reflection. I’m so grateful to have this wonderful time in my life and I couldn’t imagine what my life will be if I’ve missed this course. And hopefully one day I will be able to share whatever I learn by teaching yoga.