Yoga+

Fort Legend Towers, 3rd Ave. cor. 31st St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Yoga+
4.3
4.5 Stars

10 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 6
  • 4 stars 1
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 10 Reviews
  • 1 Recommend
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Category:
Fitness Center
Business Hours
Reopens: 6:30a - 8:00p
Phone
+6322382768

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 6:30a - 8:00p
  • Monday
    • 6:30a - 8:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 6:30a - 8:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 6:30a - 8:00p
  • Thursday
    • 6:30a - 8:00p
  • Friday
    • 6:30a - 8:00p
  • Saturday
    • 6:30a - 8:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Mhie B.
5.0 Stars

First time I tried yoga and it was from this place. They have great amenities and service plus the instructors are good. The studios are neat. The only downside is during the busy hours when you can hear vehicles honking since the location is within the busy area of BGC.

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Jennifer N.
4.0 Stars

While I practice more often at their Makati branch, I go to the BGC studio once in a while if I'm in the area. The BGC studio is smaller than the one in Makati: it only has one classroom versus two in Makati, so there's less classes offered here. There are also fewer shower stalls, so if you go to class after work, be prepared to wait your turn to shower unless you're the type who gets up as soon as the teacher says namaste (personally I prefer to stay in savasana for a few minutes to relax).

That said, I love Yoga+ as its a full amenity studio. They provide yoga mats (Manduka no less!), slip-proof yoga towels and microfiber bath towels for free. There's also a water station, so you just need to bring a bottle with you. Lockers are provided for your things, just bring a padlock to secure it. They also offer workshops once in a while during weekends, for those who want to know more and grow deeper in their practice. Their guest teachers in these workshops are big names in yoga coming from different parts of the globe, so it's really a great opportunity! :)

Teachers are also very friendly and approachable. Stay behind after class and ask them all the questions you want. You can get some one-on-one coaching even.

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Liezl E.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Rosey T.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Kathi R.
5.0 Stars

This is my go to yoga place. They imported the no-slip floors and the infrared heaters, they provide you with Manduka mats, a yoga mat towel and a bath towel, and they even provide you with alkaline water. All you have to bring is a bottle of water - they have an alkaline water station for you to use as well. What more do you need, really?

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Peanut D.
3.0 Stars

The objective: To try all the yoga places in the BGC area to find the most n00b-friendly studio.

Went here 2 weeks ago but came too late so I ended up going to BeyondYoga instead.

I was looking forward to this one since they told me they have mini orientations for beginners. This is why they ask you to be at their studio at least 30 minutes before the class. Cool.

So we go there at 8:30 AM. No teacher yet, no orientation so far (malamang). 8:45, nothing still. 8:50 we see the instructor… He’s warming up. More students come in. Nope. I end up looking at the frog figurine beside me doing yoga poses. How can a frog even do yoga?

Finally, 2 minutes before the class starts, he approaches us and asks us if we’re first-timers. I excitedly nod my head (I think I looked more like Gollum doing this) hoping he’ll teach us basic poses. Nope. He says “have fun!” and that if we can’t handle certain poses, we should just do the child’s pose.

So much for the introduction. :(

No background nature music here unlike the one in BeyondYoga. What you get is the TOKTOKTOK of the hammer from the construction below you switched with ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZIIIIIIII from the drill. Nice. I was doing the warrior pose thinking of what I’ll write in my looloo review lol.

Aside from all my intro comments, the class was pretty intense! I was sweating buckets!

After this class, I can proudly say that I have successfully mastered… the Child’s Pose. Haha! They were doing crazy poses that at one point, I just stopped and went on to do my all-time favorite Child’s Pose. Keber kung naka 3-legged dog pose kayong lahat! Despite the fact that I missed a couple poses (just 2 okay! I think.), I was still pretty proud of myself for lasting that 90-minute session.

That same night, I got sicker. Ha. I guess it’s not a good idea to do yoga when you’re not feeling well. D’oh.

While it was a good workout, I’m rating this 3 stars in terms of n00b-friendliness. I wish my poses were somehow corrected since I knew I was clearly doing some of the them wrong. The students at this class also seemed to be regulars. It wasn’t like BeyondYoga where you feel free-er to make mistakes. For the yogi looloo reviewers though, this is a cool place. Except for the construction noise. :)

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Celine J.
3.0 Stars

Finally got to try yoga at a real yoga place!

I usually take Fitness First's body balance class, which is a mix of yoga, taichi, and Pilates. I was pretty excited to try out a pure yoga class.

Too bad that YOGA+ is not exactly newbie-friendly. Walk-ins are charged P700 and beginners are asked to come 30 minutes early for a 2-minute instruction to "just have fun."

It was also a good thing that I've tried the poses at least once or I wouldn't have known if I was doing them right. The instructor gave us too much newbie allowance that he didn't correct ANY of our poses. Sayang the fee! Keep calm and take deep breaths talaga.

Don't get me wrong, the place is great... for yoga enthusiasts. The instructor knows what he's doing and you'll be among regular yoga lovers. It can be intimidating for a newbie though. Even their decorative frog can do splits!

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Janis E.
5.0 Stars

This studio got me hooked on yoga in the first place.

I tried their beginner's unlimited package for a week last year, but then I stopped (and I don't know whyyy). So this month I signed up again for a one month unlimited beginner's class (3,000) because I knew I really wanted to do it this time.

Summary: I love love love love love this place. Read on if you're interested in doing yoga but are still hesitant with which studio to choose from among the many new ones in the area.

Peace just greets you immediately as you step in the lobby. Come in your yoga clothes and bring a tumbler and you're good to go! Free alkaline water, and special mention to the manduka mats for everyone's use! Teachers are sincere and very easy to follow.

My favorite classes are the Hot classes, where the studio is heated, with far infrared ray heating systems, to up to 35 degrees. You will feel that it's the good kind of heat as it penetrates your skin to your muscles and lets you breathe organically.

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Kim Marie Y.
3.0 Stars

Tried Hot C a few weeks back. Intense. 128528

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Marivic G.
5.0 Stars

A few years ago, I tried hot yoga but after a few sessions I quit since I felt like yoga wasn't for me.

During the holidays, I decided to give Hot yoga another chance and that is how I ended up in Yoga+. The studio is beautiful and very conducive to practicing. I love the fact that I don't need to bring any of my props since the studio provides it for me. Mats used are Manduka, they provide you with yogi toes, and you have microfiber towels at your disposal.

The teachers at Yoga + are very supportive and dedicated. Believe it or not, I was actually able to do a headstand after only one month of practicing!

Aside from Hot yoga, they offer an array of classes ranging from ashtanga to vinyasa flow.

Do give it a try. I promise you, you will not regret it. See you at the mat!

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