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Maxene Magalona set to start teaching yoga classes online

Actress turned yoga teacher Maxene Magalona and husband Robby Mananquil will start offering virtual classes from Bali, Indonesia.

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09/01/2020 10:22 AM
Maxene Magalona set to start teaching yoga classes online
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It’s been six months since Maxene Magalona and her model-musician husband Robby Mananquil first left Manila for a month-long yoga teacher training in Bali, Indonesia. The couple decided to extend their stay indefinitely until international travel restrictions ease up and allow them to find a flight home.

Last August 30, the eldest daughter of late rapper Francis Magalona and Pia Magalona shared how she has been coping with spending quarantine abroad and practicing yoga multiple times a day since March. “Peace over panic. Wisdom over worry. Faith over fear.”  🏼 Being surrounded by nature here at @samadibali is just what we need right now. Especially during this pandemic, we all need to breathe in as much fresh air as we can. I admit that I used to take my breath for granted and rarely paid any attention to it. I used to think that breathing was just one of our basic functions as humans. But ever since I started doing deep breathing in my yoga and meditation practice, I noticed so many of its effects and benefits. Breathing in fresh oxygen deep into our lungs increases our energy levels, strengthens our immunity, improves our digestion, lowers blood pressure, detoxifies our bodies, relieves pain and decreases stress.”

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

“Peace over panic. Wisdom over worry. Faith over fear.” πŸ™πŸΌ Being surrounded by nature here at @samadibali is just what we need right now. Especially during this pandemic, we all need to breathe in as much fresh air as we can. I admit that I used to take my breath for granted and rarely paid any attention to it. I used to think that breathing was just one of our basic functions as humans. But ever since I started doing deep breathing in my yoga and meditation practice, I noticed so many of its effects and benefits. Breathing in fresh oxygen deep into our lungs increases our energy levels, strengthens our immunity, improves our digestion, lowers blood pressure, detoxifies our bodies, relieves pain and decreases stress. Breathing is actually in charge of 70% of cleansing toxins in the body. This is why it’s so beneficial to practice yoga and meditation everyday! ✨ If you would like to practice with us, connect with us through our online yoga space @mulat_manila 🧘🏻‍β™€οΈβœ¨πŸ§˜πŸ»‍♂️ We will be announcing our class schedule and rates for the month of September soon! Stay tuned πŸ™πŸΌ #MulatManila #MulatManilaYoga

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God is the strength of my heart. — Psalm 73:26 🀍 πŸ“Έ @robmayoga

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During the past few months when the country was under heavy lockdown, the couple helped support fundraising efforts by supporting events through yoga online. Starting September, Maxene shared that they will start offering their services for private and group classes. “Breathing is actually in charge of 70% of cleansing toxins in the body. This is why it’sso beneficial to practice yoga and meditation everyday! If you would like to practice with us, connect with us through our online yoga space @mulat_manila 🧘🏻‍♀️ 🧘🏻‍♂️ We will be announcing our class schedule and rates for the month of September soon! Stay tuned 🏼,” she adds.