Yoga Zone Classes in Malaysia

Posted by admin on 03 Oct 06

The Yoga Zone group (including Yoga Club) is the largest yoga school network in Malaysia. It offers an unparalleled range of yoga and pilates based classes. Below are some of the classes which are offered.

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Class in progress at YZ Plaza Damas

This is Yoga Zone’s Entry-level yoga course for beginners. The classes introduce some basic yoga postures and fundamental breathing techniques, and are conducted at a more relaxed pace where students are encouraged to ask questions.

Hatha 1
A well-rounded yoga course using basic asanas introduced in a step-by-step manner.

Hatha 2
This is for intermediate and advanced practitioners. Each posture will be held for longer times and about 100 seated, standing and inverted yoga poses.

Hatha 3
Hatha 3 is for intermediate and advanced practitioners. It builds on the basic postures introduced in Hatha 1 and Hatha 2. Typically, each asana is held a period long enough to ensure it is understood thoughly; also allowing for gradual lengthening and strengthening of muscles and connective tissue involved.

Gentle Flow
These classes provide an introduction to vinyasa, which is the linking of breath and movement within a continuous sequence.

Designed for practitioners who have familiarized themselves with the basic yoga postures and who desire to learn the principle of vinyasa (asana with ujjayi pranayama) – the flowing from one pose to another with correct breathing technique.

It emphasizes the connection between one asana and the next through a sequence of breath-led movements. As such, benefits also include development of cardiovascular fitness and strength. Breathing techniques are used to calm the mind and generate body-cleansing inner heat.

Yin Yoga
These classes are suitable for all practitioners. Yin Yoga complements practice of other yoga classes. Yin yoga explore the body’s subtle energies and help lengthen the body’s connective tissues (the tendons and ligaments), especially at the pelvic and lower spine. It is also good in correcting any anatomical misalignment. While a strong physical body is important, it is not muscular strength but flexibility of our joints that gives us the sense of ease and lightness in the body.

Hot 1
Hot Yoga classes are conducted in a heated room where the temperature is raised to 37 degrees celcius. Classes adopt a specific sequence of yoga postures. The heated room also enables students to warm up much quicker and allows you to stretch into a posture more deeply, thereby improving flexibility and blood circulation.

Hot 2
Hot 2 is for more advanced practitioners. Like Hot 1, postures follow a specific flow sequence and deeper positions are used.

Pilates works on increasing a student’s muscle strength in a controlled and supported manner. It tones and strengthens core muscles, improves co-ordination, posture and balance to keep the body well-tuned.

Beginner Pilates
These classes are an introduction to students who are new to Pilates.

Yogilates is designed based on the principles of both Yoga and Pilates. The focus these classes is to strengthen the core muscles with the aim of helping practitioners gain body strength and flexibility. Students who attend Yogilates classes regularly should find good results in lengthening their spine, strengthening and firming their abdomen, hips, thighs and buttocks, and achieving an overall well-toned body!

Chi Pilates
A blend of Pilates with the ancient Chinese health care system based on Chi Kung. It is an innovative system of exercise based on balancing the mind and the body. It is also a fusion of the east and west, created with the intention of bringing the best of both worlds into one. Chi Pilates is practiced in a heated room and will help practitioners achieve greater flexibility and vitality.

Kids Yoga
This class is a time to align the young and creative minds of our kids with some fun and powerful yoga techniques. Basic poses are learned in a very playful environment to maintain our natural flexibility and to learn how to enjoy it!

Power 1
This class is the first step for someone who has never taken a power yoga class. The basics of breathing, sun salutations, and some basic poses will be introduced.

Power 2
Power 2 is an intermediate level sequence of power yoga postures. The class introduces deeper postures, some balancing and inverted postures.

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10 comments for “Yoga Zone Classes in Malaysia”

Leeann Naidoo:

I am looking for a personal trainer to train me in yoga and meditation for 5 days in Malaysia / Kuala Lumpur from Jan 2nd to Jan 7th 2007. Many thanks

December 4th, 2006 at 4:40 am

im looking yoga zone near sri kembangan TQ

March 14th, 2007 at 10:43 am

Yoga Zone is not in Sri Kembangan yet. The next closest should be YC Sri Petaling.

March 14th, 2007 at 8:52 pm

Looking for youa centre in Sri petaling or Bukit kalil

August 18th, 2009 at 5:15 pm

Hi Karthikeyan,

You could try Ojasyoga at Bukit Jalil. Details are:
No. 7-23, Jalan 14/155B, Esplanade Arcade, Bukit Jalil Commercial Centre,
Taman Bukit Jalil, 57000 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-8994 9615

For more info & to view images of the centre, read our interview with their founder, Gilbert Ng at the following link:

August 19th, 2009 at 1:41 am

hi, i vl b in malaysia for juz 2 1/2 months during my summer break.. i would lk 2 learn yoga during my break for my fitness n mediatation..which yoga vl b perfect n im frm kl n the best yoga center! is it in 2 months v can learn yoga?? 10q hop 2 hear soon

February 6th, 2010 at 1:21 am

i am also looking for yoga class at seri kembangan, wanted to go for ojasyoga but the time 6.15pm doesn’t suit me, i need class at 6pm. any other yoga centers near seri kembangan or bukit jalil to recommend? thanks.

April 1st, 2010 at 5:37 pm

I m looking YOGA class at bukit jalil and sri petaling, anyn recommend?

April 3rd, 2010 at 10:49 pm

Actually im looking yoga class is near to the LRT or any monorail. Got any idea it is Sri Petaling or Bukit Jalil have?

June 10th, 2010 at 10:22 am

Hi there..
I am leaving London in May 2012 and am seeking work as a yoga instructor in Malaysia, or anywhere in South East Asia. I teach Ashtanga/Vinyasa Flow, and am also an experienced Kundalini practitioner. If anyone can assist me, I would be very grateful.

October 28th, 2011 at 9:04 pm

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