“The capital we are born with, the human body, remains unutilized for most of us. ”
Iyengar yoga begins with physical awareness. You will practise postures (asanas), breathing (pranayama) and relaxation (savasana) techniques. These practices have evolved over the centuries to exercise every system of the body.
There is precise and careful attention to physical alignment as the postures begin to develop strength, stamina and flexibility. Yoga practice seeks a balanced body, but also a balanced mind, as yoga involves not only only the physiological, but also the psychological aspects of our being.
Individual attention is given to each student and teaching emphasises gradual progress, with each student working to his or her own capacity.
People of all ages, states of health and of any creed can follow yoga’s simple, practical physical and mental disciplines.
All classes are held in a comfortable, peaceful environment. Classes cater for all levels, so please contact us to ensure that you book into a class suitable for you.
Gentle – for the not so young,
Beginners – students new to yoga, still working at beginners’ level or simply find the level and time of class suits.
General – Some experience with Iyengar of other method of yoga and have completed, at least, a beginners’ course.
Wear comfortable clothes suitable for exercise and bring along an empty tummy! Like all exercise it can be uncomfortable practicing yoga with a full stomach. Not eating for 2 to 3 hours prior to class is recommended, but something light one hour before is usually fine.
Due to WA Govt COVID-19 regulations students are requested to bring their own equipment – yoga mat, 2 yoga blocks and a strap. If you have any questions regarding equipment please contact us.