Introduction to Iyengar Yoga

New to Iyengar Yoga

Iyengar Yoga Course (small groups)

A great starting point if new to Iyengar yoga. Carefully structured classes to bring in the concepts of correct alignment in yoga postures, develop stability, improve body awareness and focus.

Suitable for all who want to learn Iyengar yoga including those who have done another style of yoga, pilates or other physical exercises as it will give a very good basis for developing your yoga and preventing injuries.There will be clear demonstration and explanation of poses and individual verbal adjustment when necessary.

This is also a great refresher course for those who have had a gap in practising Iyengar yoga and want to get back into it. As it’s a small group, it will make it easier to ask questions.

Each week there will be a pose to practise to help you improve your yoga.

Equipment required:
a mat to start. If you don’t have blocks or bricks these can be replaced by extra blankets (or large towels) or firm books. A chair and a belt/bathrobe is useful.

Date: Please contact me

Time: TBC

Cost: £40 for a 5 week course

Venue: Online live Classes 

Booking only: Please email to book

New Iyengar Class (In Person and Online)

Suitable for all new students to my classes, including those who have done other styles of yoga, pilates or physical exercise. It will provide a good grounding to support improving your yoga with correct alignment and understanding. As it will be a small group environment it will give a faster pace of  progress.  Take a look at how these small group yoga classes work.

Also suitable for those who have not practised yoga for a while and want to get back into Iyengar yoga.

Date:  Wednesday 1st December – 22nd December 2021 (4 weeks)

Time: 6:45 -8:45 pm

Cost: £8 per class in blocks of 4  – £32 

Venue: In person and Online live Classes 

Booking only: Please email to book

Class numbers are limited to give individual attention.


When online, it is up to the individual to assess whether they are ready for the class that they have chosen. If you suffer from specific injuries or disease it is best to consult with your physician first.

Similarly if you are pregnant, follow the recommended practice only. The practice of yoga asanas requires you – the practitioner – to gauge the safety of your practice within your personal physical limitations. It is better to build up slowly than to force and strain.

I am providing this programme/sequence for use by my existing yoga students only.  They are not intended to substitute for proper medical advice. Consult your physician before beginning any new exercise program. In following this programme/sequence, you agree to assume full responsibility for any risks, injuries or damages, known or unknown, which you might incur as a result.TBC 

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