Very standardize and systematic high quality and standard
Worth the price
I wish i can come back to u guys asap
The studio is BIG and modern.. Yoga mats are clean and space out (so you need not worry about hitting the person next to you).. Among the studios, i find the studio here the hottest among all but air supply is excellent so you won't feel stuffy during class' The yoga teachers are also experienced and highly motivating (so you will always strive to do your best in every pose)'
Big and modern studio
The changing room has high technology lockers which i was struggling to operate it initially' The shower area and wash rooms are clean (Nice smelling toiletries are provided as well and towels are big, soft and fluffy).. However, the whole changing room is the smallest among all the above studios.. You have to queue to take your shower (alternatively you can be more kiasu and be among the first to get out of the class). There's only one makeup counter whereby you can blow dry your hair' Due to my impatient nature, i always dislike to wait so this is the main reason why i did not decide to sign up for classes here.. I will recommend this place if you are only intending to do hot yoga and looking for a place that specializes in that but don't mind the small changing room.. :D
High tech lockers but crampy changing room
Some tips for your first class:
1) Be sure to wear properly hot yoga clothes as you will be sweating a lot If possible, try not to wear too much as it will be really hot inside the room.
2) Drink a lot of water before heading into class and bring in isotonic drink so that you can keep yourself hydrate during class It is important to keep yourself well hydrated (as you will really sweat a lot) if not you will ended up with a headache after class.. Experienced that before and i developed migraine after class due to dehydration..
3) Just like other exercise, remember to cleanse your face well before and after class.. You wouldn't want your sweat to mix with sebum and dirt which will trigger off pimples'
4) It is normal to feel giddy and nausea during class.. The trick is to breathe properly and allow your body to get used to the heat Try to stay in the room and remember to breathe when waves of giddiness and nausea strikes Trust me, it will go away.. :)
Hope you have enjoy reading my humble review and being a noob in Hot yoga still, i'll strive to improve on my postures~ Gambatte! :)