February in Singapore is all about yoga

It’s nothing new, but there seems to be a steady number of yoga events both big and small dotting the city every month, including an entire festival dedicated to this deeply spiritual (and not to mention healthy) practice. Here are seven yoga events, ranging from outdoor sessions to classes that plays music made using Tibetan singing bowls.

Pop Up Yoga: MBS Boardwalk (Feb 9)

Pop-up Yoga is not an unfamiliar name to the scene. This community initiative is all about stretching and mingling with fellow free spirits in the Singapore’s version of the great outdoors. This time against the picturesque city skyline, the session will be led by Johanna Lehmann, with strong foundations in Hatha Yoga. Tickets are priced at $8.

Yin Yoga & Tibetan Singing Bowls (Feb 10)

If you’ve always wanted to do yoga with calm, peaceful Tibetan music, then this event is made for you. Throughout the two-hour sesh, yoga practitioner (also musician and DJ) Amanda Ling will lead a 60-minute yin yoga class followed by listening to the deep sound waves from Tibetan singing bowls during Savasana, ending off with a moment of stillness and silence. Tickets are $60. Limited slots are left, so we encourage you to grab the tickets fast.

#Friendship Day Training Date (Feb 11)

If yoga is not enough for you, and you’d prefer to kick it up a notch, you’ll be happy to know that Trium Fitness is collaborating with CrossFit Fire City so that you can do both yoga and crossfit in one session. Go for a 30-minute crossfit session with Jeremy Tan, and then take it nice and slow at Samantha Dorai’s 60-minute yoga class. The session is free of charge and suitable for all levels.

Valentine’s Day Partner Yoga (Feb 12)

Instead of indulging in decadent meals and overpriced gifts, why not spend it with doing yoga with your partner? Organized by a yoga interest group OUTnamaste, this beginner-friendly Hatha yoga class will be led by two of the group’s members Aini an Tiffany at the Duxton outlet of yoga apparel store Lululemon Athletica. Tickets are $22 a pop, $32 if you come in a pair.

Yoga at Botanic Gardens (Feb 15)

Botanic Gardens is one of those places you just know you’ll enjoy doing yoga at—fresh air, nature, and all-round good vibes. Yoga practitioner Alexandra Schmutterer from Saakalya Yoga takes to the outdoors every Wednesday to hold an hour-long class of classic yoga. Tickets are $35 for one session, and $300 for 10 sessions.

Free Yoga with Tea and YTT Information Session (Feb 20)

Ever thought about being a yoga instructor? Head over to New Angle Yoga studio on Petain Road as yoga instructor Dr. Trish Corley leads a free Baptiste Power Vinyasa yoga class and shares a 200-hour yoga training program that’s taking place later this year. Tea and light refreshments will be provided, but mats are limited. Don’t worry if you can’t get a slot for this session; there’s another on Feb 25.

Yoga at the Beach (Feb 26)

What’s more relaxing than doing yoga by the beach accompanied by the sea breeze and beautiful sunset? This one-hour session of classic yoga will be led by Saakalya Yoga instructor Alexandra Schmutterer. The session happens every last Sunday of the month, so keep an eye out for it. Tickets are $35 for one session, and $300 for 10 sessions.