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Why Your Core Matters

Why Your Core Matters

core: noun (1) a central and often foundational part, usually distinct from the enveloping part by a difference in nature; (2) a basic, essential, or enduring part (as of an individual, a class, or an entity); (3) the essential meaning; (4) the inmost or most intimate... Read More

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At YIC, we believe that everyone has a unique journey and we are grateful that your passage has led you to us. Our class sizes are intimate so you can be sure of getting personalised attention. We look forward to sharing our knowledge and love of yoga and meditation with you. We are located in a surprisingly green and quiet corner of Singapore, just 5 minutes’ walk from Farrer Park MRT and 10 minutes’ walk from Lavender MRT stations.

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Yoga and Injuries

Yoga and Injuries

I was constantly reminded by my ego that I am a yoga teacher and nothing should stop me from perfecting my practice, even when I knew that I was injured.

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Coming into Embodiment

Coming into Embodiment

When we connect with our soma, we instantly feel more relaxed, more alive and more present – more like who we truly are.

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My Journey

My Journey

Derick, the Kundalini teacher at YIC writes about his journey in yoga, and introduces Kundalini Yoga in the tradition of Yogi Bhajan.

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Where are we?

Where are we?

We’ve put together a handy guide to getting to the studio from the two nearest MRT stations, featuring photos by Ramesh Iyer to inspire your attention on your way to class.

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Yogalattes

Yogalattes

Check out these three cafes near the studio that want to treat you just for being a yogi! Show your membership on the MindBody app to redeem the offers. Each cafe offers a different discount deal and has a different vibe – read on for details:   The Bravery Café... Read More
Pose of the month – Parsvakonasana (Side Angle Pose)

Pose of the month – Parsvakonasana (Side Angle Pose)

Parsvakonasana opens the hips, front and side body while strengthening the quadriceps of the bent leg and the entire straight leg. It also promotes strength, stability, balance and a feeling of space and ease in the whole body. What more could you want? Read on for a more accessible variation, a breakdown of its key actions, as well as a playful revolved (parivritta) version of this much-loved pose.

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