Waking up early on a Saturday morning for an outdoor yoga session in the park isn’t exactly on the top of my list (weekend = sleep in) but it sure sounds like a refreshing way to kick-start the weekend! These days, there’s an increasing number of people who wants to add a new dimension to their yoga practice by immersing in nature and doing it the al-fresco way. After all, why settle for the confines of the 4 walls when you can have the real great outdoors?
While I embraced the new experience of pairing yoga with nature, I think I would stick to indoor studios for my regular yoga practice as it is less of a distraction for me ( all the stares from the public and countless of mosquitoes).
*Join Green Yoga for a free 90-mins session of outdoor yoga at MacRitchie Reservoir every last Sat of the month. The next class will be held on 29th Dec so mark this date down on your calendar! =)
There is no better way to end a challenging hot flow class, than with a visit to Kenko for a mini pampering session! 🙂 It has been more than 3 years since my first & last fish spa at Tempat Senang (Batam) and I have been looking forward to getting my feet nibbled by these little but feisty fishes since then. After all, no other pedicure or scrub can do such a fantastic job of getting rid of my dead skin cells!
Saw a great deal on DEAL that offers a 30-mins fish spa session at Kenko for only $10 and purchased it without any hesitation. Enjoyed dipping my feet into the pond with the bigger fishes as the sensation was stronger albeit more ticklish. The place is very well-maintained and beautifully decorated (like you would expect of a spa) thus making my fish spa experience even more enjoyable. However, the normal price for each session is a tad too expensive ($30/30 -mins) so I’ll probably drop by the popular Qian Hu Fish Farm for a cheap fish spa treatment instead!