Drenched in natural light, the cosy 25-mat studio tucked away in a quiet corner of Holland Village accommodates both hot and non-hot classes. It also has a unisex changing and shower room. A godsend for busy urbanites working in the vicinity, this unassuming studio offers a variety of classes: from Acro Yoga to slow-moving Yin-style class and a number of hot yoga sessions.
Named after Hugh Holland (a popular Dutch architect and actor) the leafy enclave that was once home to plantations and nurseries has evolved into a laidback neighbourhood popular with both locals and expats. Thanks to its curated selection of hip eateries, independent fashion labels, design and art studios, it’s often regarded as Singapore’s bohemian enclave. Best experienced on weekends, or in the evenings when part of the road is closed to vehicles, the pedestrian element adds to the area’s overall buzz and charm.
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