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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Reviews On Yoga Classes With Yoga Now Malaysia



Thanks for the class last week. It was a great lesson for my yoga practice, as well as my daily life. Will always remember your teaching. All the best in yoga and in life :)

This article below is taken from Janice’s review on her blog.


Yoga Now is 15 mins walk from the Cenang main beach road (quite far, should have drove in), behind the Rasa Restaurant. There’re signboards at the junctions so it can’t be missed.
At the end of the road, we saw a small traditional malay house, with a big blue banner. The temperature outside was killing, but practicing inside the house was peaceful. It was a traditional Hatha class. The class started and ended with 3 OMs and chanting, I couldn’t understand the sanskrit chanting but it sounded different from the Invocation chants I heard in other classes. We rested in Shavasana for a few minutes in between each pose/series. During the class, we listened to the sound of the wind chimes hanging outside the house, and felt the breeze through the windows. I love the Sun Salutations the most – the flow was graceful like a dance. I forgotten how many we had done, but it wasn’t as tiring as I thought it would be. A combination of abdominal exercise, inversions, arms & standing balancing, forward & back bends, seated twisting and a full 10-minutes Shavasana refreshed my body and mind. It was a great lesson for my asana practice, as well as my daily life.

View the original article at MangOnet.blogspot.com.

Janice Tan

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