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About

Updog Studio, part of the Emmanuel Stroobant Group is dedicated to helping you create and foster conditions of optimal health in your body. We are committed practitioners of Yoga with a focus that extends beyond the level of simply exercise or relaxation. We explore movement as a pathway to greater ease and healing in the body. We believe in combining alignment techniques of the body with breath techniques for calming and balancing the mind.


We strive to provide you with highly skilled instructors dedicated to helping you build strength, serenity, and focus. Whether you are a novice or advanced practitioner, our attentive teachers will assist you through this journey of self-discovery.


We understand that for many, yoga is a pathway to achieving one's ideal self, and we do this primarily through a hot practice and nutritional guidance provided by our very own in-house celebrity chef through workshops.

Andrea Yeo, having lived in UK & US for a decade, has been practicing yoga since 2003. During her years of working in US, she stumbled into Baron Baptiste Power Vinyasa classes and has since become a devoted practitioner. With a Masters in Design from Central Saint Martins, she decided to change her career path from design to learning more about yoga when she arrived back into Singapore. Andrea holds a teacher certification in the system of Hot Yoga.


Andrea completed 500 hour teacher training in India, 300 hour Universal Yoga, Baron Baptiste Power Vinyasa (Level 1), Anusara Immersion 1-3 & Yin Yoga. Over the years she has studied with many other international yoga teachers such as Andrei Ram-Om, Sharon Gannon and David Life, Patrick Creelman, Amy Ippoliti. & Ross Rayburn. Andrea is also a certified spinning instructor. Andrea is blessed to be able to create Updog Studio as a platform to help others heal themselves through yoga.

Born in Hong Kong and raised in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Betty discovered yoga in her university years and it was love at first sight. Since then, yoga has given her strength, courage, love, and light.Betty completed her first 500 hours training in 2005 with Jessica Robertson and Ted Grand of Moksha Yoga in Toronto, Canada. She also completed Yin Yoga training with Paul Grillley and is also a certified Pre/Postnatal Yoga teacher from Dr. Jean Byrne from Australia.


Since attending Baron Baptiste Power Vinyasa Level Two training in Kenya during July of 2013, Betty is deeply inspired and empowered by the work and people of the Africa Yoga Project. She believes the yoga we do on our yoga mat is only a part of our practice. and our true yoga practice starts when we take our yoga off the mat. She is currently working on the Baptiste Certification. Betty believes the importance of trusting your own intuition and get to know your body and that it is essential for us to feel connected to our own breathe and body to be able blossom and shine on and off our mats. She is immensely grateful to be able to call Baron her teacher. Namaste.

Sita has studied in various styles of yoga from Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Iyengar, Yin Yoga to Yoga Nidra. Initiated, received her spiritual name and studied at Sivananda Kutir Ashram in Netala, Himalayas, India under the close guidance of Swami Parameshwariananda, the direct disciple in lineage of Swami Sivananda and Swami Visnudevananda focuses mainly in traditional style Hatha yoga, Kriyas, Bandhas, Pranayamas, yoga philosophical scriptures, Advaita Vedanta, yoga anatomy and Sanskrit language. She is a Yoga Alliance certified teacher and has spent 9 years in yoga practice and research.


Sita's teachings focus on traditional style Hatha yoga combined with Vinyasa technique. She is well trained in yoga for kids, elderly and pre-natal women and hold a Master Healer level degree in Reiki method of natural healing. In addition, she is trained in Ayurveda, Vipassana, Zen, and Yogic meditation which she combines to compliment her approach towards teaching and knowledge sharing. For Sita, teaching yoga is not a profession but a Sadhana (spiritual practice). Getting students into challenging postures and make it into something easy to approach is her forte. She's currently active in giving lessons at Updog Yoga studio as well as pursuing in-depth studies in Iyengar yoga.

Mingli discovered yoga in 2007 when she took her first Bikram yoga class out of curiosity. What started out as a pastime, became her main fitness pursuit and passion for life as she began to explore the philosophy & benefits behind the physical aspects of yoga postures.


In 2009, Mingli completed a 200 hour Hot & Hatha teacher's training programme to embark on her journey of sharing her yoga practice. She has since gone on to study a variety of yoga styles including Hatha, Ashtanga and Yin.


Mingli is grateful to join the teaching team at Updog where she can develop and grow while guiding her students along their yoga journey. She looks forward to inspire & share her practice with you on the mat.

Angela had her first Yoga class in 2002 and a few weeks later she was sure that Yoga was to be a permanent part of her life, becoming a Yoga teacher came naturally.


After several teacher trainings in Vinyasa, Hatha and Yin Yoga she became also a Pilates Instructor and Lifestyle and Weight Management Consultant.


She taught in the U.S, Germany and Thailand and since the beginning of 2009 she is teaching Yoga in Singapore, leading workshops, retreats in the region.


She conducts her classes with love and enthusiasm, teaching the participants step by step how to go into a posture. Join her on the mat and enjoy the experience.

Lynnette found yoga by accident over 7 years ago when she tore her Achilles tendon while kickboxing. Yoga not only healed her injuries and improved her flexibility, but has taught her to live a more holistic and calmer life.


After spending the last 9 years focused on motherhood, she decided the time was right to pursue her own passion and did three teacher training courses in 2012. Lynnette has done the Yoga Alliance registered teacher -training course in Universal Yoga and Hot Yoga. In addition, she spent seven weeks in Rishikesh, India furthering her thirst for knowledge in yoga, specifically in pranayama and meditation. Under the tutelage of Yogrishi Vishvketu, she completed an in-depth 500-hour yoga teacher-training program. She also has a background in pilates and taught for the Fitness First group in Bangkok.


In the last 14 years, she has lived in Bangkok, Hong Kong and Bahrain. Coming home two years ago, she feels her life has come full circle and is grateful for the opportunity to share with others how yoga has changed her life on and off the mat.


Lishan is lucky enough to work two jobs that she equally enjoys - she lectures at a polytechnic and teaches yoga. Her teaching philosophy, at school and in the studio, is to illuminate the light that already exists within each student to its fullest potential.


Lishan had been afflicted by scoliosis since childhood, and a back injury from a fall in adulthood caused her to be further sensitized towards imbalances in the body. Having experienced that yoga, mindfully practiced, has a therapeutic effect on the physical body, she delved into the study of yoga therapeutics - using yoga to heal injuries and musculoskeletal imbalances - with teachers such as Ross Rayburn and Judy Krupp.


Lishan teaches yoga with an emphasis on alignment and breath awareness, to guide the body safely through the practice.

As Lao Tzu says "a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."


Miryam's journey started in Guayaquil, Ecuador. After her post graduate studies gaining a hard earned masters degree in banking and finance, she soon arrived at the realization that her heart was actually somewhere else. The question of her happiness and wellbeing trumped her previous notions of who she thought she would be. Naturally, she gravitated towards delving deeper into her own yoga practice by becoming a teacher.


Miryam completed a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training program with Absolute Yoga in Thailand. Soon, she had the opportunity to complete Pilates Instructor training in Spain with Peak Yoga, Vinyasa & Yin Training program with Zentro Yoga - Spain, and also taught Personal Training and Group Fitness Instruction under the FEDA certifications in Spain.


Miryam is grateful to all her teachers who have helped her become who she is today, and who have inspired her to help and guide others who are on the path to holistic wellbeing. Teaching is her passion and constant motivating force, as it keeps her approaching all aspects of life through the lens of an eternal student.

Since graduating from NUS, Nicole has been conducting academic tuition and enrichment classes. In search for the ideal exercise after spraining her lower back in a fall during wakeboarding, she chanced upon Bikram hot yoga.


As Nicole's love for yoga grew, she took the opportunity to expand her yogic knowledge through a 200-hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training at True Yoga in 2012. Under the guidance of internationally renowned teachers like Kino Macgregor, Annie Carpenter, Matthew Sweeney and Singapore's Jo Phee, she has come to embrace not just the wonders that yoga can do for the individual physically, but also the psychological benefits that it can bring.


Combining her passion for teaching, yoga and her newly attained Fletcher's pilates matwork certification, Nicole now shares these passions through her classes with a focus on breath, movement and the core.

Yoga cleans up and reconditions the pathways of physical and mental circulation and communication, bringing about positive health, hygiene, and an overall sensation of well-being. This combination builds a strong constitution that helps to provide resistance and boosts immunity to disease.


Whatever the degree of physical fitness you start out from, you should adjust the intensity and level of your yoga practice according to your physical limitation, in consultation with your medical advisor and a knowledgeable instructor.

Yoga is an effective and efficient way to achieve physiological change, but through this process many psychological changes occur too. When you employ breath-control and concentration in conjunction with asana (poses), it slows the mind and induces relaxation. Overall, yoga brings a decreased resistance in the flow of energy and thoughts, leaving you free to think, see and experience from a new perspective. The transformation of your life through yoga is a direct result of this increased awareness of who you are and what you reflect out to the world around which in turn affects what you receive back.

The physical practice of asana works on the body using contraction, stretching, compression, and release of the soft tissues to create openness and evenness. These actions increase tissue circulation just as the opening of a dam sends rushing waters into smaller waterways. Areas of the body once stagnant and starting to deteriorate are flushed out by this action; they then start to receive nourishment and function fully. The increased number of cells in the body boosts the amount of energy produced while decreasing the workload on the organ systems, allowing them to perform at optimum levels, and balancing hormones and metabolism.


Increased flexibility - Yoga has positions that act upon the various joints of the body including those joints that are never really on the 'radar screen' let alone exercised..increasing lubrication of the joints, ligaments and tendons: Likewise, the well-researched yoga positions exercise the different tendons and ligaments of the body. Surprisingly it has been found that the body which may have been quite rigid starts experiencing an extraordinary flexibility in even those parts which have not been consciously worked upon. Why? It is here that the remarkable research behind yoga positions proves its mettle. Seemingly unrelated "non strenuous" yoga positions act upon certain parts of the body in an interrelated manner. When done together, they work in harmony to create a situation where flexibility is attained relatively easily.


Massaging of ALL organs of the body - Yoga is perhaps the only form of activity which massages all the internal glands and organs of the body in a thorough manner, including those (such as the prostate) that hardly get externally stimulated during our entire lifetime. Yoga acts in a wholesome manner on the various body parts. This stimulation and massage of the organs in turn benefits us by keeping away disease and providing a forewarning at the first possible instance of a likely onset of disease or disorder.


Complete detoxification - By gently stretching muscles and joints as well as massaging the various organs, yoga ensures the optimum blood supply to various parts of the body. This helps in the flushing out of toxins from every nook and cranny as well as providing nourishment up to the last point. This leads to benefits such as delayed ageing, energy and a remarkable zest for life.


Excellent toning of the muscles - Muscles that have become flaccid, weak or slothy are stimulated repeatedly to shed excess flab and flaccidity.






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Workshops

Our intensive workshops are an opportunity to deepen your practice and learn more about the different aspects of yoga and healthy living.

Yoga For Runners

Miryam Acosta

Bouncing Back

7 Weeks Post-natal Program

Anniversary Special

4th Year Anniversary Special

Hot Yin

Introducing Hot Yin

Retail

Retail therapy! Look even hotter than you feel when you rock out your poses decked in togs from Tonic, Hardtail, Be Present and more. Our sundrenched seaside studio offers the perfect browsing area for yoga apparel and accessories from premium brands.

Clothings


Accessories

Memberships

Regular Yoga Class

No. of Classes
Drop in
10 classes(Valid for 4 months)
20 classes(Valid for 6 months)
50 classes(Valid for 12 months)
100 classes(Valid for 12 months)
Unlimited for 1 month (Valid for 1 month)
Unlimited for 6 month (Valid for 6 month)
Unlimited for 1 Year
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First Trial Free for both outlet

Price (incl GST)
$45.00
$320
$560
$1199
$2000
$360
$1800
$2700

Prenatal Class

No. of Classes
Free trial class (unlimited time)
8 classes(Valid for 4 months)
15 classes(Valid for 10 months)
20 classes(Valid for 15 months)
Drop in
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Price (incl GST)
FREE
$309.23
$547.84
$659.12
$42.80
*Class cards can be used for Prenatal interchangeably. Unfinished class cards can be used as regular class cards.

Private Yoga Class

Duration
60 mins session
Promotion
Purchase 10 sessions or more get 10% off
Purchase 20 sessions or more get 15% off
Price ($)
150

Promotions

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Free Trial Classes

Valid for new Student only at both studios


May Promotion

60 Class Card for $1199 nett
Valid for 8 Months

Free First Trial Class

Free First Trial Class for first time student

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Unlimited Classes

Thinking of dropping in for classes more than twice a week?

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Unlimited Classes

Thinking of dropping in for classes more than twice a week? This may be the most suitable package for you.

No. of Months

1 month (Valid for 1 month)
6 months (Valid for 2 months)
1 Year (Valid for 1 year)

Price (incl GST)

$360
$1800
$2700

Private Classes

If you have injuries or other health conditions, private classes can cater more specifically to your needs.

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Private Yoga Classes

If you have injuries or other health conditions, private classes can cater more specifically to your needs, and teach you how to adapt to poses. Arrangements can also be made to accommodate small-group classes, if you'd like to attend sessions with your friends.

Duration

60 mins session

Promotions

Purchase 10 sessions or more get 10% off
Purchase 20 sessions or more get 15% off

Price ($)

120

Contact

Big Splash Studio

Address

902 East Coast Parkway, Block B
#02-05A Big Splash
Singapore 449874

Tel

Fax

+65 64400282
+65 64404200

Email

yoga@updogstudio.com

Opening Hours

Mon - Thu

Fri

Sat - Sun

8:30am - 9:30pm
8:30am - 8:00pm
7:30am - 5:30pm

Shuttle Bus Service between Parkway Parade & Big Splash

Parkway Parade

Pick-up-point: Shuttle Bus Stop beside DBS Bank

Playground @ Big Splash

Pick-up-point: Beside Sushi-Tei Entrance

Parking Information

Hourly Charge

Entry Grace Period

S$1.50/hr & part thereof
30 mins

Free Parking

Mon - Fri

Sun - Thu

5am - 5pm (Except PH)
After 10pm (Except PH eve)






Grandstand Studio

Address

200 Turf Club Road
(Take Lift 6 on South side)
#05-03/04 The Grandstand
Singapore 287994

Tel

Fax

+65 64680836
+65 64680693

Email

yoga@updogstudio.com

Opening Hours

Mon - Thu

Fri

Sat - Sun

8:30am - 9:30pm
8:30am - 8:00pm
7:30am - 5:30pm