Pure Yoga Opens New Studio in Suntec City – And We’re Excited to Hang Out There

by Estelle Low
FITNESS  |  June 14, 2018
  • Pure Yoga just got even more convenient
    1 / 12 Pure Yoga just got even more convenient

    The wait is over. Pure Yoga‘s highly-anticipated studio in Suntec City has opened in the North Atrium, #01-501, directly opposite famed ramen chain Ramen Nagi and District 10 Bar & Grill. It has so much to look forward to, we want to go back again and again.

    This marks Pure Yoga’s fourth studio in Singapore. The other three are located at Ngee Ann City, Chevron House and Asia Square.

    For the uninitiated, Pure Yoga is one of Singapore’s biggest and most popular studios, attracting people from all walks of life, from time-strapped executives to health-conscious folks. Click right to preview the Suntec City studio.

    (Also read: Join These Free Yoga Classes in Singapore to Celebrate International Yoga Day 2018)

    Photo: Daniel Koh Photography

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  • Shop for yoga clothes anytime
    2 / 12 Shop for yoga clothes anytime

    When you enter the studio, it’s impossible to miss the dizzying array of activewear on your left. Those are Pure Apparel, created for Pure Yoga students to dress comfortably and confidently to class. No kidding – we became converts after trying on the tank tops and leggings. The tank tops with built-in bras are a dream come true for anyone who finds it a chore to pack both a bra and a workout top to yoga class. Plus, they are super soft against the skin, and fit nicely without accentuating any unwanted bulges. The leggings are soft, smooth and incredibly stretchy, making us want to own a piece in every design. Shop the latest Pure Apparel here.

    Photo: Daniel Koh Photography

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  • The changing area we don't mind lingering at
    3 / 12 The changing area we don't mind lingering at

    If we had to rank yoga studios based on ambience and hygiene, Pure Yoga would surely come out tops. This changing area is consistent with the other Pure Yoga studios in Singapore – spacious, spotless and spanking clean. We love the convenience of the combination lockers, rainforest showers, plush towels and all-natural toiletries. There are even stations to charge your phone and/or tablet while you go for class.

    With 181 lockers in the women’s changing room, you won’t have trouble finding a spot for your belongings.

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  • Yama studio
    4 / 12 Yama studio

    We don’t know about you, but just looking at the warm lights and wood flooring makes us feel calmer already. This Yama studio holds up to 33 mats.

    (Also read: The Best Group Fitness Classes in Singapore to Tone Up – Tried & Tested)

    Photo: Daniel Koh Photography

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  • Niyama studio
    5 / 12 Niyama studio

    Niyama is the Sanskrit term for positive duties or observances – exactly what yoga practitioners try to cultivate. Accommodating up to 34 mats, this studio has minimal distractions and many mirror panels to let you check your form and alignment during class.

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  • Santosha studio
    6 / 12 Santosha studio

    Here’s where excitement gets turned up a notch. Wall rope yoga and chair yoga classes are conducted in this studio – as evident from the wall plates. Check out the different types of yoga classes offered by Pure Yoga here, including wall rope yoga and chair yoga.

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  • Drishti studio
    7 / 12 Drishti studio

    For those up for some elevation fun, join the aerial yoga classes which are held in this studio. Drishti means focused gaze in Sanskrit – just what you need when suspended in the air. According to Pure Yoga instructor Kristin Khor who showed us around, this studio has a specially created mural featuring a crescent moon and stars to make aerial yogis feel like they’re floating in the sky. Cool.

    (Also read: Watch This Video Of The Men in Shape Doing Aerial Yoga For The First Time)

    Photo: Daniel Koh Photography

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  • Shanti studio
    8 / 12 Shanti studio

    Reserved for private classes, this studio holds four mats and can be used for small-group aerial yoga or wall rope yoga. It has sliding doors that allow the room to be expanded to the neighbouring Ahimsa studio.

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  • Ahimsa studio
    9 / 12 Ahimsa studio

    This private studio looks exactly like the Shanti studio next door. When the sliding doors are pushed aside, you get twice the space. Yoga party for hen’s night, anyone?

    (Also read: 5 Big Benefits Of Private Yoga Classes – And Why You Should Consider Them)

    Photo: Daniel Koh Photography

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  • Take your time to prep
    10 / 12 Take your time to prep

    Post-shower, plonk yourself on one of these vanity stools. There are plenty of hairdryers available – 10, to be exact, so there’s no need to wait around, though the expansive mirrors, spacious dressing table and inviting lights give us reason to linger.

    (Also read: 7 Most Refreshing Haircare & Skincare Products For Post-Workout Showers)

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  • There's a spin dryer too
    11 / 12 There's a spin dryer too

    After hot yoga, you no longer have to reluctantly stuff sweat-soaked clothes into your bag. Drop them into this spin dryer for eight seconds and voila, you get dry and fresher-smelling laundry.

    (Also read: This Gross Underwear Habit Can Give You Vaginal Infections)

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  • Refuel after class
    12 / 12 Refuel after class

    In line with the other Pure Yoga studios, Pure Yoga Suntec City has nood food juice bar that sells wholesome smoothies, slow-pressed juices, fresh sandwiches and snacks – a great grab-and-go option for busy people. We especially love the matcha mint smoothie, which contains creamy avocado, mint extract, coconut water and a generous dose of matcha powder. It’s just what we need to recharge for the day ahead. We like how the calorie count for each beverage is clearly shown on the menu – a necessary reminder to watch our portions.

    For more info about Pure Yoga Suntec City, click here.

    Photo: Daniel Koh Photography

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