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Yoga By Gigit

yoga extends outside the mat

Gigit is now in Loboc, Bohol, Philippines

Gigit Sulit is a freelance yoga instructor traveling Southeast Asia and conducting yoga classes whenever and wherever possible. Grounded in Power Yoga, he has since developed his own own brand of yoga that pushes mind and body outside the mat through the incorporated use of pranayama, bandha, mudra and meditation.

Yoga Background:

Meditation Background:

Indonesia Indonesia

Cambodia Cambodia / Philippines Philippines

Conducted Yoga Classes/Sessions at:

Malaysia Malaysia

Thailand Thailand

Cambodia Cambodia

Singapore Singapore

Vietnam Vietnam

Laos Laos

Philippines Philippines

Yoga Modeling:

Yoga Modeling

Yoga Class Posters:

Yoga handstand poster

Yoga and Related Blogs:


Toronto May 2002: partner Navasana with Kiran Sohal, my Ashtanga teacher Sagada Feb 2009: 200-hour Empath Yoga teacher traing course with Erica Boucher Cebu Jan 2014: handstand workshop with my Hatha Yoga teacher, Vaibhav Rana Cebu Dragonfly Yoga Studio: Mayurasana wall-assisted knuckle handstand YogaHub Cebu: conducting a class

Comments and Ratings:

Melissa Ilejay-TesoroMelissa Ilejay-Tesoro star rating star rating star rating star rating star rating
(Aug 9, 2014) Best Yoga Experience outside MYH!

Helen PrietoHelen Prieto star rating star rating star rating star rating star rating
(Aug 9, 2014) Thanks for sharing your practice with us at Marichi Yoga House in a very meaningful way. I personally witnessed how you give your best in every class that you lead. Inspiring..

Jun and Joy SaaJun and Joy Saa star rating star rating star rating star rating
(Apr 2, 2014) We like your teaching style, and we find you as one if not the most articulate yoga instructors we have around. You push us to discover the edge of our capabilities, and your yoga instructions are just as inspiring.

Luigine Chan Luigine Chan
(Oct 29, 2013) I really appreciate the way you taught us yoga in YogaHub. For a first-timer like me, you made yoga challenging yet doable. And the 'cheer-up' words really worked somehow. All the pain felt really good in the end. Thank you!