Classes will not meet Feb. 22-28 (Mardi Gras Break). Sat Level II class will not meet Jan 21 & March 11 due to workshop with Randy Just.
Mixed Level *
Level II & III
NEW CLASS! Early Bird Class
Mixed Level *
* Mixed Level classes. Beginners are welcome!
Pregnant women are welcome to attend Level I classes.
New students are welcome to join any time during the session.
For beginning students. You will be introduced to the fundamentals of Iyengar yoga, with emphasis being given to standing poses, basic seated poses and twists. Students will be introduced to Sarvangasana (shoulder balance) and restorative poses.
For students who have completed at least six months of beginning Iyengar classes and have a good understanding of the material presented in Level I. We will explore more subtle aspects of the poses introduced in previous levels and begin new inversions such as Sirsasana (head balance).
For students who have been taking Level II Iyengar yoga classes for some time and would like a deeper study of the asanas. Students should have a regular practice of Sirsasana, Sarvangasana, Adho Mukha Vrksasana and Urdhva Dhanurasana or know any adaptations that they may need for these asanas.
Students who want to increase their flexibility and strength but have physical limitations due to an injury or illness or other special challenges will benefit from this class. Students will be guided through a practice using various supports at a pace that is safe and effective to meet each student's needs and abilities. Each class will incorporate active as well as restorative asanas to help reduce stress and increase mobility and balance.
Information for Students
Session length: Sessions last from 10 to 15 weeks, depending on the season and holidays.
Make-up policy: Missed classes may be made up at any time during the current session. You may make up in advance of an anticipated absence. You do not have to call first; go to any appropriate level class.
Clothing: Wear leggings or shorts, and tank or t-shirt. We do yoga in barefeet. It is important that your teacher be able to see the alignment of your body, particularly knees and spine. So don't wear clothing that is too baggy.
Eating: Don't eat a heavy meal up to 3 or 4 hours before class. A light snack an hour or so before class is ok. It is best to do yoga on an empty stomach.
*Please inform Becky of any special medical conditions