Bikram Yoga Alabang supports the Ayala Alabang Hospice Care Foundation Inc.
Last Saturday, I have witnessed the yoga class of Bikram Yoga and experienced it as well. This was the 2nd year anniversary of Bikram Yoga Alabang and to make it something to remember and worthwhile, they came up with an idea to share the love to the community. They have chosen to support the Ayala Alabang Hospice Care Foundation Inc.
The event was held at the roof deck of Puregold Molito in Alabang. This was my first time to experience a 90 minute yoga session.
According to Ms. Ginger Diaz (BYA studio director), the Yoga by Bikram Yoga is usually practiced in a room heated up to 40 degree Celsius.
Participants were asked to bring and donate goods such as infant cereals, canned goods, instant noodles and bottled waters for patients under the care of Ayala Alabang Hospice Care Foundation Inc.
The event was made possible with the help of the following sponsors:
Insular Life, Lightwater, Certified Calm for lending them with the Manduka Prolite Mats, Urban Luxe for the raffle, Pond’s and Vaseline and Molito Alabang where the event was held.
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About Bikram Yoga Alabang
Bikram Yoga is a scientifically designed 90 minute program to deliver total health through the balancing and strengthening of every system in the body helping prevent illness, injury and limit the effects of aging.
They are located at 2F Commerce Center, Commerce Ave., Filinvest, Muntinlupa City | Schedule: Mon-Fri 6am 8:30am 6pm 8pm Weekend/Holidays 9:30am 3pm
Benefits of doing Yoga
- improves body posture and spine alignment
- relieves back pains and headaches
- strengthens muscles
- reduces symptoms of chronic diseases
- gives better self confidence
- improves body image
- improves flexibility, balance and strength
- gives a general feeling of wellness and peace
Phone 0927 9169909 or 02 8465496
Email email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
About Ayala Alabang Hospice Care Foundation Inc.
They provides free hospice and palliative care to patients with terminal and life limiting illnesses and aims to ensure a good quality of life for both the patient and family. It was was formally organized on September 1, 1994, by a group of residents who were bound by a common concern for the compassionate care of patients with life threatening illness.
It was organized with the support of the Church of the Poor Foundation (COPA) of the Parish of St. James the Great, Ayala Alabang Village. They are located at Haven for Children Compound, Alabang-Zapote Rd., 1780 Muntinlupa City