Class Schedule

Gym: Wong Tai Sin

  • Monday
    Cancelled

    2020-11-23 18:15

    Zumba

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    Attendees : 0/12

    Wan Chin Wong

    Do you want to have fun and burn lots of calories and sculpt your figure? Here is the form of activity for you! Dance classes full of positive energy that quickly burn fat tissue. Zumba shapes the figure with great fun, allows you to take a break from the problems of everyday life and gain energy before the next day. Classes in Latin and international rhythms, ie merengue, salsa, cumbia, reggaeton, flamenco, samba, belly dance, cha-cha, rumba, twist .... and many more.

    2020-11-23 19:15

    Yoga Stretch

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    Attendees : 3/10

    Ausker Kwok

    Yoga Stretch is a deep stretch practice for the legs, back and hips. This session invites you on the mat to go deeper. This yoga practice is great for the lower back and the HIPS! Lean in, breathe deep, stretch it out and connect to something big.

    2020-11-23 20:30

    Aerial Yoga

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    Attendees : 8/7

    Ausker Kwok

    Aerial yoga is a type of yoga which uses a yoga swing to allow students to perform postures that they may not ordinarily be able to attempt on the yoga mat. It combines traditional yoga with moves inspired by pilates, dance and acrobatics. Aerial yoga is thought to be particularly beneficial for students who spend a long time sitting, or who have back pain, because it has a decompressing effect on the body.

  • Tuesday

    2020-11-24 19:00

    Hatha Yoga

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    Attendees : 10/10

    Graz Chow

    Hatha yoga focuses on perfecting asanas and doing pranayama or breathing control, to increase the vital energy flow throughout the body. Hatha works especially to improve that flow of energy through meditation. Hatha is considered a gentle yoga that focuses on static poses and is great for beginners. However, even though it is gentle, it can still be physically and mentally challenging.

    2020-11-24 20:10

    Yoga Wheel Stretch

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    Attendees : 10/10

    Graz Chow

    The yoga wheel is a great prop for beginners to stretch tight areas and for advanced yoga practitioners to deepen their practice. In this class, the wheel is weaved into a traditional yoga stretch class to expand your front body, stretch your sides and massage your spine.

  • Wednesday

    2020-11-25 19:00

    Yin Yang Yoga

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    Attendees : 5/10

    Ringo Wong

    Yin Yang Yoga blends the slow-paced “Yin Yoga” and the dynamic “Yang Yoga” in a one-hour class. Yin focuses on the practice of breath work and relaxation techniques while Yang includes standing postures and flowing sequences which help to boost your energy and strengthen your muscles. . By combining Yin and Yang, the class will relax and calm your soul, and at the same time, energize and tone your body.

    2020-11-25 20:15

    Aerial Yoga

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    Attendees : 10/7

    Ringo Wong

    Aerial yoga is a type of yoga which uses a yoga swing to allow students to perform postures that they may not ordinarily be able to attempt on the yoga mat. It combines traditional yoga with moves inspired by pilates, dance and acrobatics. Aerial yoga is thought to be particularly beneficial for students who spend a long time sitting, or who have back pain, because it has a decompressing effect on the body.

  • Thursday

    2020-11-26 19:30

    Mat Pilates

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    Attendees : 6/10

    Ausker Kwok

    Mat Pilates is a challenging yet safe method to strengthen the body’s “powerhouse,” a Pilates term that refers to your abdominals, lower back muscles, pelvic floor, hips and glutes. This class incorporates all the key principles of Pilates such as postural alignment, breathing, core stability, controlled movement and flexibility. While low-impact, Pilates burns fat during and after class, as your muscles continue to shed calories long after class ends. All levels welcomed- beginners will be given optional modifications.

    2020-11-26 20:40

    Deep Release Yoga

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    Attendees : 9/10

    Ausker Kwok

    To hold or to flow…why not do both? Vinyasa yoga lubricate the joints and warm the muscles of the body while Yin yoga postures are held for longer durations supported by props to increase flexibility and encourage deep release of tense muscles.

  • Friday

    2020-11-27 19:15

    Slim Stretch

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    Attendees : 10/10

    Jo Chan

    2020-11-27 20:30

    Yoga Therapy

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    Attendees : 7/10

    Jo Chan

    Yoga Therapy is designed for anyone who has physical or mental stress such as back, neck and knee pain, migraine, insomnia, depression, fatigue after work etc. It consists of simple physical postures, breathing practice & relaxation techniques to keep your optimum health. The perfect class to relieve stress.

  • Saturday

    2020-11-28 11:50

    Hatha Yoga

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    Attendees : 10/10

    Pepsi Choi

    Hatha yoga focuses on perfecting asanas and doing pranayama or breathing control, to increase the vital energy flow throughout the body. Hatha works especially to improve that flow of energy through meditation. Hatha is considered a gentle yoga that focuses on static poses and is great for beginners. However, even though it is gentle, it can still be physically and mentally challenging.

    2020-11-28 13:00

    Stretch and Relax

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    Attendees : 8/10

    Pepsi Choi

    Opening the body and soothing the mind through gentle poses, more seated and supine postures, some longer asana holds

    2020-11-28 16:00

    Aerial Yoga

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    Attendees : 6/7

    Ringo Wong

    Aerial yoga is a type of yoga which uses a yoga swing to allow students to perform postures that they may not ordinarily be able to attempt on the yoga mat. It combines traditional yoga with moves inspired by pilates, dance and acrobatics. Aerial yoga is thought to be particularly beneficial for students who spend a long time sitting, or who have back pain, because it has a decompressing effect on the body.

  • Sunday

    2020-11-29 11:00

    Aerial Yoga

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    Attendees : 8/7

    Ausker Kwok

    Aerial yoga is a type of yoga which uses a yoga swing to allow students to perform postures that they may not ordinarily be able to attempt on the yoga mat. It combines traditional yoga with moves inspired by pilates, dance and acrobatics. Aerial yoga is thought to be particularly beneficial for students who spend a long time sitting, or who have back pain, because it has a decompressing effect on the body.

    2020-11-29 12:30

    Yoga For Beginner

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    Attendees : 10/10

    Jo Chan

    2020-11-29 13:45

    Deep Release Yoga

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    Attendees : 8/10

    Jo Chan

    To hold or to flow…why not do both? Vinyasa yoga lubricate the joints and warm the muscles of the body while Yin yoga postures are held for longer durations supported by props to increase flexibility and encourage deep release of tense muscles.