IYENGAR YOGA GOES ELECTRIC!
Live, interactive practice via Zoom
All classes are online for as long as public health precautions require us to keep our physical distance (but not be isolated!). I look forward to seeing you on the screen very soon!
Click a calendar listing to get the class description and link to attend via Zoom:
- Iyengar Yoga Basics – new! – for those brand new to yoga – a monthly introduction to Iyengar yoga principles, props and poses.
- Beginners – emphasis on standing poses to build strength, stamina, and balance. Also recommended for those who are returning to practice.
- All Levels – beginners and more experienced students practice together. Reinforces the foundation and introduces inversions (and modifications).
- Intermediate – for experienced Iyengar students who have a regular practice of inversions. Permission of teacher required
- IYFAR: Iyengar Yoga for Addiction Recovery – new! – a monthly exploration into spiritual recovery from addiction through poses and breathing techniques presented in the context of ancient yoga and 12-step philosophies. All welcome!
Direct links to classes / Zoom meeting – click “LINK” to join:
- Tuesdays, 8:30-10 AM All Levels LINK
- Wednesdays, 8:30-10 AM: Intermediate LINK
- Thursdays, 7-8:30 AM: All Levels LINK
- 1st Thursday monthly, 9-10 AM Iyengar Yoga Basics LINK (starts July 2)
- 3rd Thursday monthly, 9-10 AM IYFAR/Addiction Recovery LINK (starts July 16)
- Saturdays: 8:30-10 AM: Intermediate LINK
- Saturdays: 10:30-11:30 AM: Intro/Beginners/All Levels LINK
Suggested fee: $15. Ways to pay:
Do not let financial circumstances prohibit your participation. Email me!
Before you attend an online class:
Set up your computer/phone/iPad ahead of time (you can even join the “meeting” well in advance and experiment so that the camera sees you as fully as possible). It’ll take a bit of tinkering, but eventually all will come into view. I’ll try to start right on time – you can join the “meeting”/class ahead of time. It will also be helpful if you have yoga props – or something that approximates yoga props – nearby. Some suggestions:
- Sofa cushions make great bolsters.
- Dictionaries and other weighty tomes make great blocks.
- Blankets make great blankets.
- Scarves and ropes make great belts (so do belts).
- Chairs make great chairs, but so do coffee tables.
- Kitchen counters make great walls, as do actual walls.