AcroYoga VS AYFit

AcroYoga blends the wisdom of Yoga, the dynamic power of Acrobatics, and the loving kindness of healing arts.  It is a great practice for the mind, the body and the soul.  Depending on the teacher the classes vary from being more or less Acrobatic, Yogic or therapeutic.  In some places like the AcroYoga community in …

Yoga BamBam in Elle Hk Magazine April

In the Present Moment Meditation & mind control seem mysterious. You don’t have to be an advanced Yogis or a monk to practice methods of self awareness.  Meditation is not out of the reach of every day people.  It is possible to focus the mind and boost your levels of relaxation. Let’s look at 3 different ways to meditate here …

Secrets Of The Lost Circus 10-12 April

As you probably know Yoga BamBam is a huge fan of Aerial Arts. Hong Kong is in for a BIG TREAT this weekend. Aerial Arts Academy in conjunction with Viva Circus presents a bevy of explosive performances in the multi-media show called Secrets of the Lost Circus. A mix between Cirque du Soleil, the popular TV …

Sassy’s Guide to Yoga in Hong Kong

And ommmm… yep, this month is all about health and wellness, and that goes hand in flexible hand with practicing Yoga. Some time on a Yoga mat will undoubtedly calm you down while working up a sweat and it’s perfect to tone up that body in time for bikini season. Here’s our useful guide to …

HK Magazine

Flip your World Around at Yoga BamBam Published in HK Magazine • Weird Yoga August 2014  Become an Acrobat AcroYoga is a partner-based practice that draws on the power of acrobatic techniques and involves plenty of balancing poses and stretches. Really advanced instructors and practitioners take on an almost uncanny ability to twist, flip and …

Time Out Hong Kong

Talking Shop: Melanie B of Yoga BamBam Mary Hanbury speaks to the spirited zen yogi about the mantra behind her new studio. In the heart of Poho, in her softly lit studio, Yogi Melanie B is teaching the art of Thai Therapeutic Massage, the final part of her AcroYoga class. “Healing,” she says, “is not …