More than 120 yoga classes are on offer per week, including hot yoga, hatha, and meditation to aerial Yoga and wall-rope yoga.
Looking for a little urban Zen in Wan Chai? Head to Pure Yoga’s newest Hong Kong outlet, which occupies an 1,800-square-meter space in the district’s Starstreet Precinct opposite Pacific Place 3.
Apart from four large yoga studios and a rooftop for exclusive group classes and events, Pure Yoga Starstreet Precinct features an offshoot of the brand’s Nood Food café that serves made-to-order wraps, healthy brunch menus, and raw organic nibbles alongside superfood smoothies and cold-pressed juices.
More than 120 yoga classes are on offer per week, all led by internationally certified instructors with a gamut of styles to choose from, including hot yoga, hatha, and meditation to aerial Yoga and wall-rope yoga.
Rounding things out is a shop selling Pure Apparel activewear, a dynamic, community-inspired line of workout apparel and yoga accessories that has just released its fall/winter collection. Aubergine leggings with anti-slip gel print under-heel straps, anyone?
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This article originally appeared in the October/November 2018 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Pure Intentions”).