Yoga for the Mind and Body
“Yoga” is a Sanskrit word that means “integration” or “union”, symbolising the unity of body and consciousness.
Learning and practising Yoga helps to improve the flexibility and agility of muscles. Yoga is not just about stretching and twisting our body and limbs, but also helps to keep our mind and body relaxed and balanced while allowing us to “listen” to every part of our body and understand them. In this modern, fast-paced era, practising yoga in our daily life can bring joy, tranquility and ease to our body and mind.
Apart from traditional Hatha yoga, this course also includes yoga for the ears and fingers.
Mdm Liw Tiam
Mdm Liw is a qualified Indian Hatha Yoga instructor. She is passionate about guiding and helping students to understand their body, enhance their emotional strength and boost their self-confidence. Her Yoga lessons help learners to face life with a positive outlook, thus attaining health and inner peace.
Every Monday | 7.30pm – 9.00pm
Start date: 6 Jan 2020
Every Thursday | 7.30pm – 9.00pm
Start date: 9 Jan 2020
Course fee: SGD 200
*Please bring your own yoga mat.
Open to men and women aged 15 to 60; new and former students.
We regret that this course is not suitable for pregnant women, people with osteoporosis, bone pain or injuries, and people with severe diabetes, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure (blood pressure greater than 140 mmHg).
Enjoy preferential rates if you belong to any of the following categories:
- 20% off the course fee: Tzu Chi’s attachment / trainee commissioners, certified commissioners and faith corps members
- 10% off the course fee: Non Tzu Chi volunteers belonging to any of the following categories: Former students of the Continuing Education Centre, Students with a valid student card and Senior citizens aged 60 and above
To take advantage of the special offer, kindly register and pay the course fee before 20 Dec 2019.