Just over a year after FreedomYoga first opened in the heart of the central business district in July 2016, the team is thrilled to welcome its second home, which officially opened on 2nd September 2017, this time in bustling Holland Village.
The cosy, boutique-style studio on the second floor of a shophouse in Lorong Liput promises to continue all the things that Freedom Yoga has come to be known and loved for: an airy space full of natural light; rain showers and complimentary towels; and of course, dedicated instructors on hand to ensure that each class is enriching, fulfilling, and invigorating.
Freedom Yoga believes that yoga is for everyone, regardless of gender, body size, age, experience, and more. As such, the team has worked to develop a range of class types that meet whatever it is you’re looking for: from the usual Basics classes for those who want to work on their foundation; to the challenging Upside Down inversion classes which prepare students for handstands, headstands, arm balances and more; and the unique, energising Flo-ga, where dance and music meet asanas in a choreographed yoga flow class.
With the hope of building a community, not only with those who come by to practice, but also with its neighbours in the area, Freedom Yoga has partnered with Project Acai and I Love Nails to offer exclusive perks—a free trial class with a package purchase at I Love Nails, for example, or a complimentary Project Acai bowl after a Freedom Yoga member completes 10 classes. The studio also stocks several Ashley & Co. products, as well as HeyLikeWow vitamin water and WowProtein drinks for anyone who needs a boost before or after practice.
Class prices at Freedom Yoga remain competitive, starting from SGD30 for a single class and ranging to SGD600 for a shareable, 30 class package. Unlimited 1-month and 3-month memberships are also available for those who need a more regular fix of freedom.
Whether it’s at Freedom Yoga’s flagship studio in Cecil Street, or its unassuming new home in Holland Village, the goal has always been the same: to welcome anybody and everybody into the family, and to show them that freedom can indeed come in many forms. “I hope the new space will be a community playground for like-minded individuals to practice, come together, and celebrate being the best versions of themselves,” says Freedom Yoga’s founder, Elvina Cheong. “That it’s a place where we can inspire our students, and empower all those who step through our doors. I hope to bring Freedom to the people, and to make Freedom Yoga a way of life.”
25E Lorong Liput, Holland Village