Makati Shangri-La, Manila
Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa City 1780, Philippines
Aquanimous Yoga
Welcome to our yoga studio, a space for you to explore and deepen your yoga practice. We use three different yoga platforms to balance your body, heart and mind.
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Welcome To Our Studio Without Walls!

It is our intention in Aquanimous Yoga to offer sincere seekers a road map

for awakening an inner life that can become a nourishing vehicle

for a kinder, healthier, more attuned way of being.

Come and join us. We wish you success in this journey.



Our Signature and Special classes are available for private face-to-face lessons. We currently cater to vaccinated persons within Alabang, BGC and Makati City. Practice at your own schedule and venue, and receive customized guidance in your AY practice. The boards are provided.


Our Beginner Series is available online through our Virtual Shala. They can be taken either as private lessons or as on-demand videos.

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