A Great Defence Against Stress

Stress, one simple word but has such impact on our lives. It’s everywhere, from our homes to our workplaces. It’s inevitable; no matter how much we plan out our lives, some unfortunate events are just beyond our control. It’s horrible; there are just moments when we can’t take it anymore and feel so hopeless.

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Stress is bound to be a part of our lives but fortunately there are things we can do to alleviate its effects on us. Some busy professionals choose to drink their worries away. Some homemakers opt for a relaxing day at the spa. Some fathers unwind with a round of golf. Whatever you choose to manage your stress levels, it’s always better if it’s something that will make you happy but also will be good for your health.

And if you’re in search of a better way to fight off stress, you could consider trying yoga. Yoga has been around for many centuries now. Originating from India, it has now travelled all across the globe and is now being practiced by many, different nationalities.

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Here in Singapore, there are also several practitioners of this healing exercise and there are also many studios which offer yoga classes. One of which is True Yoga. Established in 2004, True Yoga is Singapore’s largest Yoga centre with outlets at Ocean Financial Centre and at The Pacific Plaza. They have Yoga Masters from India and offer 35 different types of Yoga. You could start with Beginner’s Yoga or Gentle Yoga and move your way up to Ashtanga Led. And what’s more is that for your little ones, they also offer Kid’s Yoga classes.

For another Yoga studio, you might also want to check out Bikram Yoga at HarbourFront Centre. Bikram Yoga is a 90-minute class with a total of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises. It is intended for beginners, thus there are no advanced postures here, but all levels of practitioners are very much welcome to join. What sets this yoga apart from the other types is that Bikram is done in a studio heated to 105 degrees to allow deeper stretching. This is a great way to rejuvenate your mind and your body, so enrol yourself into one of their classes. You’ll find all the information you’ll need at www.bikramyogasg.com.

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