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Find inner peace through an authentic mind-body practice

Classes, Yoga Personal Training and more at TFX

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Mind-Body Classes

A wide variety of mind-body classes await including hatha, yin, wall, hot and aerial yoga, pilates and more.

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Benefits of Mind-Body Practice

Improves posture, body image
Promotes mind-body connection and clarity
Increases balance and flexibility
Tones and strengthens muscles
Controls blood pressure
Helps you sleep better
Relaxes and boosts mood

Our Teachers

Mohan

Mohankumar Rajaraman

Mohankumar is passionate about imparting his years of expertise in yoga as well as to help in injury rehabilitation through the practice of yoga and Pilates.

Binu

Binulal Thekku Veettil

Binu’s repertoire of work experience dates back to 2003 when he was a Yoga and Physical Education teacher at the Anugraha Students’ World and the Achariya Siksha Mandir in Pondicherry. He has also taught yoga in Hong Kong for 3.5 years.

Marcus

Marcus

Marcus is a fitness enthusiast, having been a member of Hong Kong’s National Rowing Squad and triathlon participant. Yoga improved his flexibility and balance as well as relieved his lower back, sciatica and knee pain; and he feels blessed to be able to share his yoga journey with his students.

Rohit

Rohit Mistry

Rohit left a successful corporate career to teach yoga after yoga improved his quality of life whilst he was battling a serious illness. Yoga helped him keep the side effects of chemotherapy treatments at bay and this first-hand experience led him to become a full-time hot yoga teacher in 2007.

Minsu

Cho Minsu

Practicing Hot Yoga helped Minsu relieve the chronic neck and back aches. Passionate about yoga, Minsu believes that Hot Yoga is able to help individuals achieve both a healthy lifestyle and overall fitness.

Sudhir

Sudhir Singh Nameirakpam

Highly knowledgeable in Yoga Therapy, Sudhir strongly believes that yoga can help one achieve a peace of mind and harmony with one’s body.

Vicky

Vikram Singh Chamiyal

Vikram started practising yoga when he was in his early teens and he soon became inspired to be a yoga instructor, with the intent of imparting his yoga knowledge and benefits to more people.

Rajib

Rajib Kumar Ghosh

Rajib is an exponent in Ashtanga Yoga and he holds the title of “All India Yoga Champion 1997”. Prior to teaching at True Group, Rajib was an instructor for many years at Orient Yog Gym in India.

BOHY 90 at TFX Pacific Plaza


Take a different approach to your hot yoga practice with BOHY 90 – a style of yoga consisting of a fixed sequence of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises.

Sequenced to systematically stimulate the body’s internal organs and glands as well as pump fresh oxygenated blood to all parts of the body, each class lasts 90 minutes and is conducted in a studio heated to a minimum of 41 degrees Celsius.

BOHY 90 Teachers

Marcus

Marcus

Marcus is a fitness enthusiast, having been a member of Hong Kong’s National Rowing Squad and triathlon participant. Yoga improved his flexibility and balance as well as relieved his lower back, sciatica and knee pain; and he feels blessed to be able to share his yoga journey with his students.

Rohit

Rohit Mistry

Rohit left a successful corporate career to teach yoga after yoga improved his quality of life whilst he was battling a serious illness. Yoga helped him keep the side effects of chemotherapy treatments at bay and this first-hand experience led him to become a full-time hot yoga teacher in 2007.

Minsu

Cho Minsu

Practicing Hot Yoga helped Minsu relieve the chronic neck and back aches. Passionate about yoga, Minsu believes that Hot Yoga is able to help individuals achieve both a healthy lifestyle and overall fitness.

Yoga FAQ

Q.

What is yoga?

A.

The word yoga means “union” in Sanskrit, the language of ancient India where yoga originated. It is the union of the mind, body and soul.

Q.

What are the types of yoga offered?

A.

Currently, we offer a wide range of more than 30 different types of yoga, hot yoga and Pilates classes and are always on the lookout to introduce more to our members.

Q.

Can anyone practice yoga? How do I know which yoga classes suits me?

A.

Anyone can practice yoga. To find out which style of yoga will best complement your lifestyle, age or fitness level, it is best to try out the different types of classes before deciding. The benefits will vary from different types of yoga and the types of postures that are executed. Talk to our friendly team who will be able to recommend a class for you.

Q.

Do I need to be flexible in order to practice Yoga?

A.

There are many yoga classes that cater to differing levels of flexibility and you should develop and build your flexibility at your own pace. From Yoga Therapy to Power Yoga, you will find a type of yoga class that fits your starting level. During the class, our yoga instructors will be at hand to assist and also propose modified versions to the postures you find difficult.

Q.

Can I still practice Yoga during my menstrual period?

A.

Practicing yoga is a great way to prevent and stop menstrual cramps. It relaxes and rejuvenates the mind to take the edge off any mood swings you may experience. Centering and breathing exercises as well as practicing grounding poses are recommended. It is advisable to avoid postures which require inversions during your menstrual period as it will tax your overall system.

Q.

Are there any precautions I should note when practicing Yoga?

A.

One should always take note of any pre-existing medical or physical conditions such as asthma, high blood pressure or old injuries before taking up any form of exercise, including yoga. If you have a pre-existing medical condition, consult your doctor first before embarking on any exercise programme.

  • Before the start of a class, inform the instructor of any existing ailment or medical condition that you may have, for instance, a stiff neck from sleeping awkwardly the night before. This alerts the instructor to pay more attention to you during the class.
  • If you are unable to assume the full posture of a particular yoga move, ask the instructor for a variation to the pose. In general, instructors will highlight the poses to avoid for individuals with certain medical conditions e.g. neck, lower back, knee problems.

Yoga is not a competition and you should listen to your body. You should be aware of your own body and not overstrain it.

An awareness of these simple tips will help you enjoy and reap the many benefits of yoga.

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