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'I find people really have to learn how to be present and totally engaged. If they're thinking of something else, then chances are they'll fall into the water.' - Stand Up Yoga instructor Nicole Chung
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7Cycle instructors (above) and a class of indoor cyclists dressed in pink preparing to ride to raise funds for the Breast Cancer Foundation
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7Cycle instructors and a class of indoor cyclists (above) dressed in pink preparing to ride to raise funds for the Breast Cancer Foundation
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Above: CruCycle on Duxton Road.
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Above: The Ding siblings - Valerie, Beatrice and Calvin - with their husky Bandit and his small friend.

Hard work, good fun

Exercise needn't always be a chore. With the right vibes, good company, and unique programmes and environments, the journey to a healthier and fitter lifestyle doesn't have to be regimental; it can be enjoyable. Three offbeat exercise spaces offer just that.
Oct 24, 2014 5:50 AM

Staying afloat with yoga

FIRST, there was hot yoga; then came anti-gravity yoga, or aerial yoga; now, a new yoga trend is taking over our shores - literally.

Ex-tutor-turned-full-time yoga instructor Nicole Chung conducts her classes in the waters off East Coast