The Yoga studio at the Oak Street location is closed (permanently) and iyengar Yoga classes live on!
Covid-19 has forced me to look for a different teaching model in a new light, one that keeps each one of us safe and healthy and one that does not include big classes in studio setting. I will resume Iyengar yoga teaching in a new fashion that is in accordance with the science of how to be together in these challenging times.
A bit about Iyengar Yoga...
I teach from the BKS Iyengar perspective of Yoga, yet BKS would be the first to say, "There is no such thing as Iyengar Yoga." He himself, knows this is a phrase his students coined because they felt so moved and grateful for his teaching.
So what does Iyengar Yoga teach?
Iyengar Yoga maintains a deep connection to the 8 limbs of yoga and follows the Sutras for guidance in physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. It also understands the self is multi-layered and yet dissolves in an instant.
After 30 years of teaching yoga, my answer to this question has changed each decade.
In the first decade I said Iyengar Yoga teaches how to use prop to improve our alignment in the pose.
In the second decade, I said Iyengar Yoga teaches breathing and brings the sutras to light during class time.
Now, in the third decade, I will say something I could not have said long ago and that is: Iyengar Yoga doesn't teach anything at all. It is a practice that wants us to listen deeply to our own inner teacher and be taught by the whisper of silence and space that one touches in Savsasna.
You are most likely here as this is your interest or perspective as well, so please join the interactive Zoom classes listed HERE
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