Take time to stretch, stabilize and balance. Basic postures are taken to restore and invigorate the body and mind. This class is designed for beginners and those who require foundational work with support.
A beginner course for new students and practitioners who would like to develop a solid base. Working with the fundamentals, this class will address mobility, stability, strength and alignment.
Basics and beyond. This is a mixed level course for new students who are ready to dive in, practitioners of other methods and experienced Iyengar yoga practitioners who would like to strengthen their foundation.
A class for experienced practitioners. Refine the foundation and work toward the intermediate practice.
An all-access class with variations for practitioners to work at their level and go deeper.
For our community members who would like to do a quiet, self-directed practice in a shared space.
Awaken. Unlock. Meditate. Practice longer holds and deep postures that open the body, unlock the joints and create an inner state of quiet. A strong, penetrating practice with significant recuperative effects.
Strength & Core
Power up your practice the Iyengar way. Vibrant practice working skillfully.
Tractions & Openings
Special sequences for flexibility, strength and endurance that realign the body and wake up stiff, weak and sore areas intelligently. Rebalance the natural harmony of the body, creating ease and vitality. This innovative practice is designed to bring significant progress in a short period of time.
Learn the Iyengar approach to various types of linked poses, including sun salutations 'jumpings'. Energize with a dynamic practice to develop mobility, lightness and endurance.
Customized practice development through consultation, experimentation, observation, refinements and adjustments. Max 6 students per session. Advanced sign up is encouraged to ensure your spot.
Level 3-4 & Sutra Study
A 2.5 hour practice and laboratory for depth, finesse and refinements. Access more advanced postures (inversions, balancings, intermediate forward bends and backbends) and various pranayamic (breathwork) practices. Explore the relationship between the practice and the ‘big questions’ about yoga, spirituality and the human condition. Philosophy text: The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.