Yoga is inclusive for all stages of life and every body
Yoga is for Everyone
Our classes are geared toward young adults through Seniors. Unfortunately we do not currently have a children’s class.
Starting yoga as an adult is one of the best practices to maintain one’s health. Regular practice can help prevent future problems because the yoga postures done with attention to the breath improve the functioning of all the systems of the body. The inverted poses, headstand (sirsasana) and shoulderstand (sarvangasana) are especially key in this regard. When you feel well physically, you can better handle the stresses of life.
Even as the body ages, yoga can be practiced to maintain as long as possible, one’s strength and flexibility to enable one to function well in daily life. It is never too late to start! In our Yoga for Seniors class the age range is from 50s to 80s. In this class as well as our Level I and Level 1-2 classes all are welcome. Our instructors know how to modify the poses when students need more support.
“Health is that state where one becomes carefree of the body.” BKS Iyengar
This class is suitable for beginners new to yoga or to Iyengar yoga.
Level I online:
This class is suitable for beginners new to yoga or to Iyengar yoga. For the online class, the student should have the following props: standard yoga mat, 2 blocks, and wall space the length of the mat. Please contact the instructor before your first class if you have questions about the props required.
Suitable for beginners and those with prior exposure to Iyengar yoga.
Prior exposure to Iyengar yoga required. Students are familiar with shoulderstand (Sarvangasana) and introduced or already practicing Headstand.
For intermediate and advanced Iyengar yoga students and teachers.. Regular practice of inversions is expected. All categories of poses are taught with refinement.
Yoga for Seniors
This class is suitable for students ages 55 plus and especially for those in this age range who are starting yoga.
“If your brain is silent but attentive while performing asanas, your practice is non-violent.” B.K. S. Iyengar