Baptiste Yoga Singapore Community

The Baptiste Yoga Singapore community is expanding! In 2016, Baron Baptiste led a community class at the Asian Civilisation Museum and more and more opportunities to experience this practice are happening in Singapore each month!

What Is Baptiste Yoga?

Baptiste power vinyasa yoga is based on the teachings of Baron Baptiste. It is a holistic practice based on a set sequence that causes you to breathe, focus, flow, build strength, and sweat, all while having fun and empowering you to access your greatest self. You will leave the class feeling peaceful, rejuvenated, and inspired. Reclaim your full potential, discover creativity, awaken passion, and create authenticity, confidence and new possibilities on the yoga mat and in your life.

The practice is appropriate for all people. Modifications are provided in each pose to meet your bodies needs just as your body is today. Temperature is typically done in 32 to 35 °C and it may be done is a less heated room.

For more information on Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga™, go to

Dr. Trish Corley leads regular Baptiste yoga classes in Singapore and offers a variety of events and trainings. Book a mat and register for an event or training today!

Baptiste Monday Mastery Sessions

Open to yoga students and teachers who want to expand their understanding of the Baptiste Methodology. This is 90 min session consists of the 3 Practices of Baptiste Yoga (Asanas, Meditation & Inquiry) .

Note this is not a teacher-led class; instead we will practice a set sequence together (based on Baron’s Journey into Power) as a group, cue cards will be provided and minimal verbal pose instruction will be given. 

When: Second Monday of the month @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm.

Where: Lululemon Athletica Duxton Road;  79 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089538

Registration: Join the Baptiste Yoga Singapore Facebook Group and RSVP to each event. 

Investment: FREE of charge - your time and commitment are a valuable source to the Baptiste Community


"Anything is possible when your way of being is 'anything is possible'." - Baron Bapiste