Iyengar Yoga Classes, Days & Holidays

WEEKLY YOGA CLASSES
at Cricket St Thomas, Somerset
and Lyme Regis, Dorset:
See HERE for more details. If you would like to join the mailing list or have any quest
ions, please use the contact form below.

EXTENDED YOGA CLASS: Wednesday 10th September at the Masonic Hall, Lyme Regis from 6.30 pm to 9.00 pm. See HERE for more details.

YOGA WEEKEND 2014: Friday 24th October – Sunday 26th October. This year we are staying in the UK at the beautiful, award-winning Huntstile Organic Farm in Somerset. See HERE for more details, HERE for a Booking Form, and HERE for Terms & Conditions.

Guruji B.K.S Iyengar says:
In order to transform people from the physical level to the mental and spiritual level, the healing aspect of yoga has the major role. For many, yoga is a science and a philosophy, but it is only those who practice who know it is an art. Healing is an art and one has to go deep into the art to understand the changes taking place while you are taking a breath, while your are working, while your are moving, while you are sitting. One has to practice with accuracy, methodically, mathematically calculating how one has to sit, how to do the pose, how to stretch the leg. Then the reactions which take place in one’s own body, have to be experimented with friends or students to see if the feedback is the same as we got in our own body. If the feedback is identical then we can take it for granted that this is a healing process, which we can use. So that is why a yoga teacher has a tremendous responsibility.
ANY QUESTIONS?

Ancient Yoga

2 responses to “Iyengar Yoga Classes, Days & Holidays

  1. Linda

    Hannah’s teaching was creative and practical. She was able to make me work hard and understand poses with simplicity and depth. She has a lovely way about her and created a safe and trusting atmosphere within the group in which to practice. Hannah’s ability to teach complete beginners to more experienced students in the same class is testament to her teaching skill.

  2. Hazel

    What a wonderful interesting web site , checked it out after reading the Sunday Mail ‘You’ magazine.