For a true yogi, any time is a good time to get your yoga pants on, get into a crow or downward dog and connect with your inner peace, but the 21st of June is the day to do that more than any other days because it has been officially declared International Yoga Day by the United Nations.
If you already have your mat out, we wish you 'namaste' but if you're still looking for a reason to start, let these society ladies tell you why you should get on the zen bandwagon.
Yong Mei Fong
"I love yoga because it keeps me sane in a world of chaos plus I get a really good stretch."
"I love yoga because it's really more than perfect poses or headstands. It's about quieting those endless thoughts and being completely present in the moment and movement so that you remember every breath you take is an absolute gift. I emerge from each practice more self aware and centred, with an open mind and grateful heart."
Lim Ai San
"Yoga is life-changing especially since I've been actively practising it during my pregnancy. It does not only give me a good stretch and workout, it has also kept me very in tune and at awe with what my body is capable of while carrying my child."
"Yoga has taught me that the body can do anything the mind believes. Believe in yourself and work towards your goal."
"Yoga has taught me to focus on creating inner peace through deep breathing, letting go and stretching out. It has helped me to live in the moment and honour my mind, body and soul."
"Yoga helps me stay active and fit and thanks to GuavaPass, I can get it done anywhere!"
Datin Sabrena Dani
"Yoga has showed me the importance of self-reflection and the continued growth through self-awareness."
"I do yoga because it brings awareness to the body, calms the mind and releases any stress."
Datin Dian Lee
"I love yoga because it requires you to believe in your own strengths and continually push your limits."
"I love yoga because it helps me destress and keep in shape."
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