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The Best Yoga Studios in the Metro for your 2018 Resolutions

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| January 4, 2018

5. Surya Fitness and Yoga

Penthouse Unit, Medicard Lifestyle Center, Paseo de Roxas & Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City
(02) 994 0744, (02) 878 5122 | 0908 886 4793
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Your sessions will be spent basking in the glow of natural light and a relaxing view. For a relaxing session, opt for their Hatha Yoga, a slow-paced stretching class with seated meditation and simple breathing exercises. They also offer Pilates to tone and sculpt your muscles and abs. Their amenities include mats available for practice, shower rooms, a spacious yoga studio, cold towels, and drinking water. Take a virtual tour of their studio here.

Rates: Drop in: P450 | One Week Beginner: P1200 | One Month Unlimited: P4000

 

6. Bikram Yoga

15/F, 88 Corporate Center, 141 Valero Street Corner Sedeno Street, Makati
(02) 576 8391
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Practicing a sequence of 26 postures varying in difficulty in a heated room will take some time getting used to. But the instructors and fellow students at Bikram Yoga are all encouraging. After a few classes, you’ll get used to the temperature and your body will become more flexible. It’s advised to bring your own mat and towel, but they also rent these for a small fee.

Rates: Drop in: P900 | One week unlimited: P1700 | One month unlimited: P4000

 

7. Urban Ashram Yoga

9F The Menarco Tower 32nd cor 9th Avenues BGC
0917 718 YOGA
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While slowly building your body’s flexibility, Urban Ashram’s Flexibility-Not-Required (FNR) classes will let you get comfortable in being flexible at your own pace. Serene yoga sessions in their spacious hardwood floors will give you a relaxed mind and body experience.

Rates: Day pass: P750 | New-to-yoga 15-day unlimited pass: P1500

 

8. Yoga Manila

Chi Spa Yoga Studio, EDSA Shangri-la Manila, 01 Gardenway, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City
0917 522 YOGA (9642)
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At Yoga Manila, you can join various traditional Ashtanga classes. Ashtanga translates as “eight limbs” and is done in steps to reach the stage of yoga. As part of their advocacy, Yoga Manila offers yoga classes for children with special needs to enhance their physical, mental and emotional development in a safe and gentle manner. There are also classes for kids and pre-natal and post-natal women.

Rates: Drop in: P500 | 5-class card: P2000

 

Which one will you try? Tell us below!