Anahata Yoga offers a range of traditional yoga practices, from Hatha to Ashtanga Vinyasa. The studio sees yoga as a form of exercise, physical therapy and healing process. Its team of 13 teachers host regular yoga classes, alongside meditation and therapy sessions. Anahata Yoga also offers teacher training certificate courses for those looking to deepen their practice.
In a city as hectic as Hong Kong, taking the time to find your zen is no easy task. But that’s not to say there aren’t places to do just that – the city is filled to the brim with studios and spaces to help Hongkongers get, and stay, mindful. From specialised studios like Kita Yoga to gentle, beginner’s sessions at places like Pure Yoga or Iyengar Yoga, the choices are nearly endless. Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or new to the practice, with the right intention, there’s a place to practice that’s perfect for you. We’ve put together a list of some of the city’s best yoga studios and spaces to help you narrow down your search. By Amanda Sheppard
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