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Country > Philippines > Cebu > Cebu City
Date > 2013 > Nov
Activity > Yoga

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Cebu Yoga Immersion Nov 14, 2013

Cebu Yoga Immersion

Location Google Map: Cebu City, Philippines

Home Sweet Home
Cebu is perhaps the closest thing to home. I was having a grand time in Cebu, Nov 2012, when I got an invite to do mountain biking in Coron, Palawan. That invite cut my umbilical cord to this lovely place as I had to deal with my continued travels from Coron, to parts of Visayas and Mindanao. I wasn't sure if I'd ever see Cebu again. But the place increasingly called out as my sojourn into Mindanao was coming to a close. When I received a text message from Cebu yoga teacher and dear friend, Jeanne, "come to Cebu anytime, yoga tayo everyday", I knew it was time to pack up from Mindanao and be reunited with my friends again in Cebu. My absence took a full year and 2 days. It was nice to be back.

Off to a Good Start
Right at the outset, Cebu was already welcoming - I had a great hotel to crash into (M Citi Suites), became Jeanne's house guest, attended and conducted yoga classes, saw old friends, made new ones, seamlessly defaulted back to my routine (Thursday Zen meditation, Saturday Theosophical Society meetups) and even had abundance coming through unplanned web work landing on my lap. Nice! Cebu is where it's at. It felt like an old comfortable shoe I could completely sink my feet into.

Yoga Scene
A lot of my friends who were budding yoga teachers or were training to be teachers then, are now seasoned teachers doing their rounds in Cebu's various yoga studios and gyms. Most of them have acquired the 200-hour teacher-training certification courses conducted by visiting yoga luminaries from Hong Kong, France and Italy. Whereas before, there used to be only a few choices where to do yoga. Now, there is a proliferation of gyms, hotels and studios offering the practice. Indeed, the yoga scene in Cebu is more vibrant than when I left it a year ago.

Studio Loyalties
With more yoga studios around, yoga has become competitive - it's only natural to work on gaining competitive advantage if you're paying overhead. That's business. Studios and its share of captive practitioners have understandably, developed loyalties. There used to be osmosis where students freely flow in and out of different yoga studios. Now, the seams are marginally visible. Yoga is still a young industry in Cebu. I could imagine, as it matures, the stakeholders will find the need to have a collective voice. In time.

YogaHub Cebu    Dragonfly Yoga Studio Cebu    private yoga classes with Jeanne Torrefranca, Cebu    Dosha Yoga (Private Sessions with Nandinii)    Yoga by Gigit    Yoga Now Center    Ananda Marga Wellness Center    Metro Sports Center    CITIGYM    Love Yoga World    Gold's Gym Cebu    Surya Nanda Yoga Cebu    West Gorordo Hotel    Castle Peak Hotel

Jeanne TorrefrancaJeanne Philippines
Yoga Teacher
She'll probably feel uncomfortable being singled-out here, but I give her a lot of credit for what's happening in the yoga scene here. Last year when there wasn't enough students and only a couple of yoga places, she was unwavering in her resolve to offer free teacher-training to promising students. Her thinking was, if there are teachers, the students will come. Prophetically, that is exactly what's happening now. Most of the students who came from that regular Sunday workshop are now the yoga teachers of today. She continues to be one of the hubs of yoga in Cebu. With the advent of her Dragonfly Studio, a yoga oasis in Cebu is born. Yogis, free-thinkers, loneriders, artists, parkour practitioners, indies and zen denizens gladly check-in their egos at the door and engage themselves in the sharing of ideas, insight and practice.

Blogs about Jeanne
  1. Cebu City Peoplescape Dec 4, 2022
  2. Ashtanga Primary Series Yoga in Cebu May 5, 2017
  3. 3-Night Cebu Stopover Apr 6-9, 2017
  4. Thank You Cebu, til the Next Time Oct 21, 2013 - May 15, 2014
  5. Aqua Yoga with Jeanne Torrefranca at Dragonfly Pool May 4, 2014
  6. SUP Yoga with Jeanne Torrefranca at Plantation Bay Mar 23, 2014
  7. Jeanne's Community Outreach Program Mar 2, 2014
  8. New Year Yoga at Dragonfly Yoga Studio Jan 1, 2014
  9. Fab People: Jeanne Torrefranca (Yogini) Dec 25, 2013
  10. Cebu Yoga Immersion Nov 14, 2013


Ashtanga Yoga
Jeanne, my indefatigable yogini, has been teaching me how to teach Ashtanga Yoga at her Dragonfly Studio. Although my yoga background is Ashtanga, I never conducted an Ashtanga class - I've made too many modifications to my yoga, I can no longer call it Ashtanga. With Jeanne, I was introduced to Ashtanga's concept, its history and its underlying discipline. It's interesting to note that I'd been practising yoga for over 10 years but only now am I learning the concept and philosophy - it has always been the asanas. Now, given my proficiency in the poses, I have a deeper appreciation of Ashtanga - specially after getting to know more of its founding father (Pattabhi Jois) and his apostles (Svenson, Freeman, Scott, etc.). Ashtanga is often misunderstood as not being creative and too rigid. True. But it was never meant to be creative. Ashtanga's rigid discipline is like reading a musical note - you have no liberty to deviate from the beat. You simply have to keep playing that musical note until you perfect it. But in Ashtanga, there is no perfection...you simply keep improving. I believe that having a strong foundation in Ashtanga enables one to confidently venture into the other disciplines of yoga (Vinyasa, Hot Yoga, Power Yoga, etc.).

Karma Yoga
Yoga has always been my way of giving back to the community. As such, I make it free - Karma Yoga. I've conducted Karma Yoga both at YogaHub and Dragonfly Studio. I hope I get to teach Karma yoga in every yoga center here and meet the denizens of the yoga community. I've kept yoga free as a way of giving back. But lately, I humbled myself to being open for payment. When I turned down payment teaching yoga at Holiday Gym in Davao, it didn't feel right - it felt arrogant. Now, I'll simply accept with a smile and a thank you. Although I've already taught a few paying sessions here in Cebu, I haven't actually received the cash yet. Hmmm...wonder what I'll do with my first "drop of money" from yoga. Maybe I'll treat myself to a nice Magnum ice cream bar...with friends, hopefully.

Abundance
When I was in Cagayan de Oro, abundance rained like crazy - specially outside its confines. I don't just mean money when I talk abundance. Moreover, it's the opportunities that are offered for the taking. The same thing seems happening here in Cebu. I got commissioned to write a backpacking how-to for Speed Magazine (a car magazine with a lifestyle section), an old client requested a site overhaul on their Tribal Adventure's website, been asked to model (I'm one of many) for YogaHub's new marketing campaign, emceed at YogaHub's 21-Day Challenge, etc.

MCiti SuitesM Citi Suites
As of this writing, I'm fortunate to be booked at M Citi Suites - a charming boutique hotel located near the Fuente Osmena rotunda. From the outside, it looks small, but the rooms are spacious and impeccable. The owners also own a manpower company providing hotel staff and training to some of Cebu's 5-star hotels. That's exactly the same treatment I get here - 5-star service at 3-star rates! When Cebu City's water supply and electric power stopped during Typhoon Yolanda, the hotel had ample water (the owner owns a water company too!) and the 24/7 generator kicked-in. I were practically in a bubble while the storm raged outside. I really like this hotel.

Theosophical Breakfast
It's tradition for me to be hosting a one-on-one breakfast with friends if and when I get a hotel deal which includes breakfast for two. M Citi Suites has a cozy cafe serving appetizing breakfast - perfect for my daily breakfast meeting with friends, mostly from the yoga community. If you only see some friends in a big group setting, it's hard to get to know them well because the talk is confined to big-group talk. After the initial "How's your day been?", there isn't much to go on to, unless you two get together for coffee some other time. The magic of this breakfast is that I get to have a quality conversation on a one-on-one basis with a different friend every morning. Who knows where the conversation leads to? There's the uncanny anticipation of the sharing that's about to take place. More often than not, we find common ground on what resonates the most. At the end of the day, we get to know each other better.

Yes Man
For life to continue unraveling for me, I have to roll with everything it dishes out. The only way for that to happen is for me to say "yes" to everything. I cannot allow apprehension or fear or uncertainty to get the better of me. When I was asked to emcee an event on the spot, I was apprehensive. But saying "no" is not an option. So I took on the task, enjoyed myself thoroughly and got to meet a lot of people in the process. When Jeanne would text me and ask me to sub for a yoga teacher, I say "yes". Model for a photoshoot? Yes. Write for a magazine? Yes. Do a private yoga class? Yes. My goal is not career or wealth, but simply to experience life in its raw unadulterated form. Saying "yes" is the only way that's going to happen.

Continuing Thoughts
Cebu is doing it for me. Life continues to unravel with every passing day. Meeting new people, doing new activities, rolling with the challenges. I try to find compelling reasons to stay here. I enjoy every moment almost with a sense of urgency knowing fully well, that when the call of the open road beckons, I'll have to pack up again.

--- Gigit (TheLoneRider)
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About Cebu City
  • Cebu City is the 2nd biggest city in the Philippine (next to Manila) - and it continues to build and expand. Traffic is getting bad. Decentralization is being developed with the SM Super Mall in the SRP south and the suburban towns in the north.
  • Boat from the airport to the city center - even without traffic, it takes about 4 rides to reach the city. But with Cebu's increasing traffic congestion, it has become a nightmare. Instead of taking the land route, take the water route - no traffic, fresher air and cheaper. From the airport, take the yellow multi-cab straight to the river port and take the ferry (there's only one destination) to the city. Take the 02B jeep and get off at UC near Jones - you're now on the city's main artery.
  • given its size and increasing congestion, Cebu really needs a mass railway system - something that is conspicuously lacking, but no one seems to complain about
  • Cebu is bursting at the seams on the yoga scene. There are about 20 yoga centers in the city - from yoga studios to gyms offering yoga and hotels jumping on the bandwagon
  • a trendy and safe place in Cebu where you can chillout for coffee and enjoy good eats would be at the Ayala Mall
  • there are other pocket-areas for trendy hangouts - Banila Town Center, Crossroads, Escario Plaza, La Vie, etc.
  • the tourist area where most of the budget hotels and restaurants are, are located within the Mango area, although it has a seedy belly feel. Kids may swarm on you pretending to be begging, but they could be picking your pocket or your backpack pockets - be careful
  • many pick-pockets in the Colon area - be careful
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  • Taoist Temple in Cebu City Taoist Temple - temple on a hillslope in Lahug with panoramic view of the city
hotels in Cebu City hotel
  • Hostel Seven Cebu - newly opened, resto/bar, central location, solo/group travellers
    Juana Osmeña Street, Cebu City
  • S Hotel Cebu S Hotel & Residences - new hotel, luxury rooms, central location
    827 M. Velez corner Andres Abellana St.
cafes in Cebu City resto / cafe / bar
  • Fujinoya Fujinoya - new and refreshing twists to Western style desserts using Japanese techniques
    Wilson St., Lahug, Cebu City - tel. 888.6075
  • Bad Boys Wingz Bad Boys Wingz - Buffalo Wings, unique versions of sauces! Great service, accommodating staff, bad boys vibe
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yoga in Cebu City yoga
  • Love Yoga World Love Yoga World - yoga studio
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  • Yoga Now Yoga Now - first Yoga and Wellness studio in Mactan offering daily Yoga Classes
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Cebu City to Bantayan Island

The best and fastest way is by Ceres Bus at the North Bus Terminal, adjacent to SM City. The bus takes 4.5 hours going north until it reaches Hagnaya Port. From there, you pay the ferry company separately. The bus boards the ferry until it reaches Sante Fe Port (1.5 hours) in Bantayan Island. From Santa Fe, the bus goes to Bantayan Poblacion and then to Madridejos.

Ceres Bus - PHP 260 (to Santa Fe), 4.5 hours to Hagnaya Port + 1.5 hours by ferry.

Schedule: according to the dispatcher, trips begin at 6 pm (this arrives Hagnaya around 10:30 pm but the first ferry leaves at 1 am...that's a 2.5-hour wait at the port), leaving every hour until 1 pm the following day (I speculate that 1 pm is the last trip to avoid rush hour traffic along Consolacion). This doesn't match the ferry schedule so the bus simply waits until a ferry departs. e.g. the 6 pm trip arrives 10:30 pm and waits for the 1 am ferry. The last trip, 1 pm, arrives 5:30 pm, in time for the ferry's last trip.

Bus arrives at terminal 30 mins before departure. Luggages are P150/pc if no passenger.

Alternatively, you can get off the bus at Hagnaya Port and take the ferry independently. There are 2 ferry companies:

Super Shuttle Ferry
PHP 359 + 25 Terminal fee, 1.5 hours


ferry, Hagnaya Port to Bantayan Island

Island Shipping
PHP 350 + 25 Terminal fee, 1.5 hours


ferry, Hagnaya Port to Bantayan Island

Cebu City to Dumaguete

Cebu City to Dumaguete by Boat

  1. George and Peter Lines - Mon/Thur/Sat/Sun 10pm, (035)225.4337, 0922.557.1023
  2. Oceanjet - via Tagbilaran, daily 6am, dumticketing@oceanjet.net, 0918.898.2188
  3. Cokaliong - Mon/Tue/Wed/Thur/Fri/Sat 7pm, Sun 12pm, 6 hours, (035)225.3599

Cebu City to Dumaguete via Liloan (bus, boat, jeep, tricycle)

  1. Cebu City South Terminal - take the southbound Ceres bus to Liloan, P200, 5 hours
  2. Liloan - the bus drops you off at the Liloan Port where you board the Fastcraft to Sibulan, Negros Oriental, P62, 30 mins
  3. Sibulan - at the Sibulan Port, the jeeps wait for Fastcraft passengers to take them to the public market in Dumaguete, P12, 30 mins.
  4. Public Market - at the market, you can take any tricycle to your hotel, P8 for short trips
Cebu City to Tagbilaran, Bohol

Cebu City to Tagbilaran, Bohol

  1. Weesam Express - Pier 4, departs 9:00 AM, 2:00 PM, 6:30 PM, 2 hours
    one way: Economy (aircon) P500.00, Economy (non-aircon) P400.00, First Class P600.00
    round trip promo (at least 2 days advance booking): Economy (aircon) P600, Economy(non-aircon) P500, First Class P1200
    round trip promo (1 day or on the day booking): Economy (aircon) P800, Economy (non-aircon) P700, First Class P1200
  2. Ocean Jet - Pier 1, departs 6-7-8-9:20-10:40-11:40AM, 1-2-4:20-6:35PM, 2 hours
    Open Air / Tourist Class P800, Business Class P1000
    +63 932 8734 885 / +63 922 8572 300
  3. SuperCat (2GO) - Pier 1, departs 08:15-13:30-15:10-18:00-19:40
    P 500.00
    +63 32 233 7000
  4. Lite Ferries - Pier 1, departs daily 12:30pm, 10:00pm and 1:00pm (Mon, Wed, Sat)
    Standard (Lying) Php 150, Tourist (Lying Aircon) Php 340
    +63 977.822.5483 / +63 998.999.5483 / +63 925.347.5483 / (032)255-1721 to 26 / (032)414-9001 to 03
    info@liteferries.com.ph / www.liteferry.com
Cebu City to Siquijor by Boat, via Tagbilaran

Cebu City to Siquijor, via Tagbilaran

  1. Lite Ferries - Pier 1, departs M/W/SAT at 1:00pm, 10 hours, economy Php 649 (through barkota.com), layover in Tagbilaran 5:45pm-8:00pm, arrives Larena Port, Siquijor at 11:00pm
    +63 977.822.5483 / +63 998.999.5483 / +63 925.347.5483 / (032)255-1721 to 26 / (032)414-9001 to 03
    info@liteferries.com / www.liteferry.com
  2. Ocean Jet - Pier 1, departs daily at 1pm, 5 hours
    Open Air P1600
    +63 932 8734 885 / +63 922 8572 300


Cebu City to Siquijor by Bus, via Liloan (Santander) (as of Jan 2023)

Sugbo Urban
There is only one bus plying this route - Sugbo Urban. Tourist class coach, a/c, comfortable, Sun-Fri (these dates keep changing). P420 for bus, P275 for ferry to Liloan. Leaves Cebu City (South Bus Terminal) at 8 pm (Sundays 1 am), heads south to Liloan (Santander), takes the ferry to Larena Port, Siquijor, docks around 5 am, makes a clockwise roundtrip around Siquijor Island - Larena, Enrique Villanueva, Maria, Lazi (stops at Lazi market for breakfast and leaves 6:50 am), San Juan, Siquijor (arrives 8am, P50 from Lazi to Siquijor Poblacion) and catches the 1pm ferry at Larena Port for Liloan, Cebu and resumes its land route. Arrives Cebu City 10 pm.

Sugbo Urban is the cheapest and most convenient way because when it reaches Larena Port (Siquijor), it continues its trip around the island (clockwise) along the circumferential road, passing through - Enrique Villanueva, Maria, Lazi, San Juan, Siquijor...and back to Larena. It spares you the cost of hiring a tricycle or habal-habal which charges exhorbitant fares. Besides, it's a long trip to the other side of the island to be taking by tricycle.

This is also the slowest. The bus arrives Liloan Port around 12:30 am but the ferry leaves 2:30 am (2 hours of waiting time). The ferry trip is a slow 4 hours (this should only take 1.5 hours with Montenegro or Alesson), arriving Larena around 6:30 am. This 4 hour voyage offers no comfortable sleeping - you stay upright on your seat or sleep on the floor on a cardboard. The boat waiting/voyage takes 6 hours. Altogether, the entire trip takes 11.5 hours until the bus reaches Lazi.


Sugbo Urban

Sugbo Urban

Cebu City to Camotes Island

Cebu City to Camotes Islands

  1. via Poro - from Pier One in Cebu City, take the Ocean Jet for Poro, 2 hours, daily trip - 6am and 3pm (0936.823.8762 |0956.270.6610 | 0999.889.9999).
  2. via Consuelo - from Cebu City, take the northbound bus passing through Danao and get off at the Danao Port. At the Port, take a Jomalia Shipping boat for Consuelo (San Francisco, Camotes), P220/pax, a/c, 2 hours, daily trip - 5:30am, 7:00am (special trip), 8:30am, 12:00 noon (express), 2:30pm, 5:30pm and 9:00pm (express, Fri/Sat/Sun only).

Camotes Islands to Cebu City

  1. Poro - Cebu City (fastest and most direct) - go to Poro and take the 8am or 5pm Ocean Jet to Pier One in Cebu City, P380/pax/aircon, 2 hours
  2. Consuelo - Danao - Cebu City - go to Consuelo (San Francisco) and take the Jomalia Shipping boat to Danao, P220/pax, a/c, 2 hours, daily trip - 5:30am, 7:00am (special trip), 8:30am, 12:00 noon (express), 2:30pm, 5:30pm and 9:00pm (express, Fri/Sat/Sun only). From Danao, take the Ceres Bus to Cebu City

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