I recently mentioned the Guavapass and how you could use it. The basic system was a “buffet” system with an all you can do classes, limited by the number of classes per school (3 per months). While this limit didn’t change much, Guavapass is now offering new options for people looking to test but who can’t commit to a daily yoga life.
You can now subscribe to a monthly fee as low as 1599thb for 4 courses. Another interesting plan is the 10 classes package for 3199thb (available for 3 months). See below :
If you’re interested into Guavapass in Bangkok, get your subscription here !
As you probably know, I tried many yoga studios in Bangkok. I’ve had the opportunity to take different courses of different kinds of yoga (hot yoga, vinyasa, hata yoga, yoga fly, etc) and today, i’m proposing my personal favorite so that you can check the Best yoga studios in Bangkok.
Disclaimer : I truly believe yoga is a personal path and that what spoke to me might be different than what you’re looking for. I tend to prefer smaller studios with a strong connection with the teacher. This is a very personal post and i’ll keep updating it if I believe some things have moved or if I discover another yoga studio that earns the place on the podium.
As I was in Phuket for the last holidays, I saw there were some opportunities to practice yoga on the island. As it’s quite big and that yoga is pretty well organised, I figured I could propose you a list of the best yoga studios of Phuket. Here we go, let’s do some yoga in Phuket !
Nutrition is fundamental for your life and for your life balance. Such as yoga, the nutrition will help your body to feel better and to ease a lot of pains. As you practice yoga, the nutrition will usually flow quite naturally as you will get more in touch with your feelings, your needs and you will tend to more natural and healthy food (at least, that’s what happened for me).
As you’re practicing, I propose to list here a few yoga snacks that you can easily buy or cook before or after your yoga session.
Yogatique is a quite new yoga studio located in a back soi of Sukhumvit 23, near Asoke BTS. Created by 2 farangs and nested under the roof of a small building, you can easily feel the homy atmosphere that Minh and Max are building in the studio.
As there are many yoga studios in town, Yogatique decided to offer some specific things such as a real approach of yoga for beginners (Yoga Virgins classes) and for older people in addition to a vast amount of courses that are more usual. Proposing many different styles of yoga, Yogatique let his teachers follow his own vibes and style and propose different practices atmospheres in the different courses.
It’s not unusual to feel pain in your muscles the day after your yoga session. This happen often, especially if you pushed a little hard and especially if you haven’t practiced for a while. Why do you have sore muscles ? and how to prevent this… here are some answers to all your questions.
Sore muscles are normal after a yoga session !
As you’re practicing your yoga, you’re actioning your muscles in a way they’re not used to. You push and stretch a lot of muscles as you perform your session, and your body needs to react to that. The microtraumas that your muscles suffer will create this stiffness that people call sore muscles of DMOS (delayed onset muscle soreness).
You might have heard about it. Guavapass is a recent company founded in 2015 that proposes a new way to practice sport accross Asia. They launched their service in Bangkok last year and it’s definitely a solution that can fit a yogi : a lot of yoga studios are now members and can be selected, from Lad Phrao to Bang Na.
Beside Bangkok, Guava Pass is now available in Singapore, Hong Kong and many more.
What is Guavapass Bangkok ?
Feeling sporty ? Guavapass lets you practice many different sports, as much as you want for a definite monthly fee. You can book your online on their website or via their mobile app and attend courses of yoga (of course) but also of fitness, crossfit, muay thai, pilate, you name it. One thing though, on my opinion, it was very woman oriented.
It’s pretty convenient as a lot of studios are part of the program in all areas of Bangkok. The website is well designed and you can easily filter the discipline you want, the area and the timing.
If you’re a yoga addict, you might need to upgrade your gear from time to time. Of course, you can find all the yoga accessories you need to practice yoga in Bangkok : there are some specific et specialised yoga shops, but you can also find some stuff on general sports shop.
Multi sports shops
Yoga is now so popular in Bangkok that you can easily find some accessories in more mainstream sports shops. For example, you can find yoga mats at Super Sports, a big store located in over 15 malls in Bangkok.
Many yoga studios diversified their revenue by selling some yoga accessories to their students. That’s very practical as you can sometimes try them before buying them. This includes yoga mats, yoga blocks, bags, studio t-shirts, leggings for women, etc.
A lot of yoga studios propose that but you can definitely find a small shop at Trika yog, Yogatique or Yoga Space.
Yoga Elements is one of the oldest yoga studio in Bangkok. Created in 2001, Yoga Elements worked hard to create a nice reputation and a powerful visibility without becoming a franchise. The place is nice and full of light with a direct view on the surroundings, making it a great place to enjoy a yoga session.
Adrian Cox, the founder of the studio is teaching daily and his path mixed yoga, ayurveda, philosophy and meditation.
The studio is located conveniently between Nana and Asoke right on Sukhumvit road. The studio is now praised by many different reliable sources and is a place to recommand if you live in central Bangkok. Even Lonely Planet ranked Yoga Elements as one of the Top 25 yoga studio in the world.