Pay-as-you-go Yoga Studios in Singapore

Hom Yoga (Orchard)
We love the vibe of Hom Yoga’s latest outlet which is right smack in the heart of town. The studio’s design is inspired by a New York warehouse, featuring two bright and spacious rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and mirrors, as well as organic timbered floors. Hom also wins our hearts with their low energy consumption heating system and use of non-toxic, eco-friendly products. They have over 60 hot classes weekly, including Hatha and Vinyasa, but their signature is the multi-level Hot Hom, which is based on Hatha and Ashtanga postures, and great for detox.

$39 for a drop-in class. 

Como Shambala Urban Escape
One of the city’s longest running yoga and pilates centers offers Ashtanga, Hatha, Iyengar, Pranayama and even problem-specific classes like Back Care Yoga and Yoga for Runners. They’ve also got massage services to aid injury recovery or provide muscle tension relief in general, as well as a retail corner selling yoga apparel, props and their in-house line of massage oils and body care products.

$37 for a single class.

Yoga Movement
A small yet cozy space (think black-and-white posters, glossy wooden floors and mood lighting) in the Boat Quay area, Yoga Movement was set up by local singer and songwriter Alicia Pan. The six instructors she’s personally picked ensure that being in class makes you feel like you’re in another world (even though the studio’s located by the road). Choose from six classes here—the standouts are their Yoga Basics class (great for beginners) and their signature Monster Hot class, which happens every weekend. A portion of the money made from Monster Hot goes toward wildlife conservation.

$20 for a single class.

Yoga on Nassim
One of this year’s hot new openings, this holds classes such as Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Yogalates, and Reverse Aging Yoga, in a lush garden setting. Sessions are conducted in one of the five Balinese-style, open-air pavilions that link to a lovely outdoor pool. What we like most about Yoga on Nassim: it partners with Spa Boutique (in fact, they’re both on the same site) to provide other health-related services like colonics, detox programs and massages—holistic pampering, anyone?
$30 for a single class.