With an increased focus on wellness, more people are turning to meditation for a safe space amidst the current chaos. For good reason too, since it has been hailed to reduce stress, increase calmness and clarity, and promote happiness. It has also been linked to productivity. Singapore is home to a few notable meditation centres the likes of Kadampa Meditation Centre and Nirvana Mind, known for their experienced teachers who will help you in your quest to achieve a state of zen. Not to mention yoga studios like House of Ascend and Yoga School Singapore, who offer mindfulness meditation classes so students can pair them with their yoga practice.
However, with gyms and yoga studios only opening in Phase 2 of Singapore's 'Safe Re-opening', you'll have to practise on your own for now. The best thing about it is that you can meditate anytime and anywhere. If you're a beginner, we've got you covered with our basic tips and app recommendations that can help you form a daily mindful meditation habit.