“We all have different body types – yoga is not just for skinny girls”

We use simple methods of teaching yoga for real poeple – people like you.We are not practising the sophisticated postures or to achieve the impossible. We are learning and sharing the happiness.

Yoga is more than what you see, what you hear, what you feel and what you thought.

Yoga is not all about body flexibility, Yoga is about mind flexibility.

Come and join us and be part of the family to share the happiness. Discover the truth of yoga for yourself and the happiness that i have found in Yoga.




Om, Shanti….

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Yoga Retreat at Bentong, Pahang (19 & 20 Nov 2016)

Click here for itinerary: Nov 2016 – yoga retreat with hOMe Yoga


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Yoga@ Kota Bharu, Kelantan

Prenatal Yoga Workshop2

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Benefit of doing Postnatal Yoga


(photo: from prenatal to postnatal ; student: Sandy)

Giving birth is a massive process for women. A whole other different set of physical conditions often accompanies the bliss of loving your little creation.

Postnatal yoga uses movement, balance and relaxation to awaken the body, allow your body to recover from pregnancy and birth. It helps to heal the body and mind, and repair the tissues.

There are many benefits to attending a postnatal yoga class and these are few of them:
• restores hormonal balance
• eases pressure on the nervous system
• helps build up strength in the spine
• minimises the effects of holding and feeding a baby
• Provides rest and instant relaxation
• Helps reduce anxiety and depression
• Restores the body towards full core strength.

When to start and stop:
One can start after 6 weeks (natural birth) or 12 weeks (C-Section) and carry on for about 4 to 5 months before joining the normal class.

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Benefit of doing Prenatal Yoga

Pregnancy is truly an amazing and glorious time in a woman’s life. Pregnancy really is a miracle. From one cell, we create an entirely new human being. Pregnancy does come with its share of ups and downs, and sometimes it can be hard to accept your new, pregnant shape. But pregnancy is something that should be enjoyed, and celebrated!

With Prenatal Yoga, pregnancy can be even joyful experience. Yoga is an ancient practice that combines physical postures with breathing, meditation and visualization techniques to maintain balance in both body and mind. By practicing prenatal yoga, it provides a gentle form of stretching and strengthening that strengthen the body muscle, build up the stamina to support the changes of physical body. It brings out better awareness and better control of our breathing and this can be an effective tool that helps to calm and reduce anxiety in expecting mothers as well as aid in pain management during labour itself. With this awareness, mothers are more mentally, emotionally and physically prepared for situations when things become more challenging and demanding.

These are some benefits of practicing prenatal yoga:

Increases overall strength and flexibility
Yoga enables the stretching of not only muscles but the tissues that encase your muscles, stimulating organ systems and promoting the circulation of blood and oxygen.

Reduces low back pain & sciatica
As you become acutely aware of proper body alignment, you can carry yourself and your belly in an integrated manner. This can help reduce the degree of pelvic tilt associated with pregnancy and significantly reduce the lower back pain pelvic tilt can cause.

Reduces aches & fatigue in the thoracic and cervical regions of the spine
It can be difficult to find a comfortable space for yourself when trying to sleep. As a result, spinal alignment can become compromised. Certain yoga poses create more fluidity in the spine.

Reduces swelling & inflammation around the joints
A regular yoga practice improves and promotes the circulation of blood and oxygen throughout your body. This, in turn, can reduce swelling and inflammation around ankles and wrists.

Helps physically prepare your body for birth
Prenatal yoga often includes poses to assist in the toning of the pelvic floor muscles. Familiarizing yourself with and strengthening these muscles can allow you to efficiently and effectively use them in labor and push your baby into the world.
Improves emotional well-being
Participation in a group prenatal class provides a supportive community of other women who are experiencing each stage of pregnancy themselves and preparing for birth.

Use of deep belly breath sooth and empowers and helps you to listen and respond calmly
Deep belly breathing helps move the body into the action of the parasympathetic nervous system (rest-and-relax response). The body responds to the parasympathetic nervous system by slowing the heart rate and decreasing blood pressure while increasing the release of endorphins. When you consistently practice moving your body in a rhythmic fashion in unison with your breath, you carry with you a powerful relaxation and pain management tool. The imprinted memory of your relationship to your breath can assist in managing the growing pain of a contraction.

Facilitates the labor process
Through yoga, you can learn how to identify when you are holding tension in your body. A tense body is not going to facilitate the birth process as easily. Moreover, when the body is tense, you may experience tension in thought and a withholding of breath. Consequently, a regular prenatal practice can reduce the length of your labor.

Prepares you for use of mediation & visual imagery tools
When it comes time to ride through the most powerful of contractions, visual imagery combined with breath work can be one of the most useful labor tools. Additionally, the opportunity to develop a moment by moment awareness in yoga practice can assist you in attending to labor moment by moment and is an asset to managing labor.

When to start and stop:
Expecting mother can start practicing prenatal yoga after 3 months of pregnancy and must consult their gynecologist before start the class. They may continue the class until a week prior to the labour . (I used to have students who still practice few days prior to their labour)

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Prenatal Yoga Workshop with Kee this coming August 2016

For busy mummy-to-be, this workshop is specially for you. Weekly yoga class might not be possible to you so let do the self practice at home. This workshop will guide you step-by-step, using simple methods of teaching yoga so you can practice at home anytime easily. The workshop will cover yoga breathing techniques (pranayama), postures specially designed for pregnant women (asana), relaxation (sarvanan) and chanting/mantra (yoga of sound). Come and join us!


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Yoga Retreat in Taiping (25-26 June 2016)

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2 Days 1 Night Yoga Retreat @ Taiping (17th – 18th July 2015)

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