Practising yoga helps develop resilience to navigate through pandemic


Loh says that yoga is very much a community thing and relies a lot on group dynamics. Photo: Ariff Aris

Practising yoga teaches us to be adaptable, flexible and calm, says yoga instructor Evelyn Loh, 32. And these are the very qualities needed in order to navigate through the pandemic successfully, she adds.

With the lifting of the second movement control order (MCO) on March 4, Loh says that the studio has been allowed to reopen, and they’ll be running group and private sessions in-studio.

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