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“Yoga is for all”
BKS Iyengar
The inside look in practice
Onsite & Online

Silvia Stocche, Julia Mattos

& Geisa France

“Yoga is a method of bringing mindfulness to life!” 

Abhijata Iyengar


Yoga can help us find a center and stay with it. In this cycle of classes we will explore various aspects of practice as a tool to cultivate attention; stay in the present, be open to revising your beliefs, and establish clear purpose and intent.

Through mindful practice we can enjoy peace and harmony, and naturally extend kindness to ourselves and others, thus assuming an attitude of infectious kindness.

Cycle of 6 classes - March to October 2022

Saturdays, 10am to 12pm

26/3- Eka-tattva / Attention to one point - recording


01/4- Identify the lack / Attention to the omission - recording


5/28- Expand Perception / Expanded Attention - Recording


8/13- Associating postures / Attention to the pivot asana - hybrid class


03/9- Witness effects / Pay attention to reactions - hybrid class


10/01- The here and the now / Attention to the present moment - hybrid class


Iyengar Yoga Workshops 

 CIYSP - in person & online 2022

Rosana Seligmann

Practice and pedagogy

Asanas and pranayamas from the Level II test list adapted to the new certification model.

20 & 21 August      17 & 18 September

15 & 16 October     19 & 20 November


Saturdays: 10am to 12pm  and 3pm to 5pm 

Sunday: 9am to 12:45pm 

In addition to the practice of asanas and pranayama, we will study the pedagogy of pranayama and variations of inverted postures, how to adapt a student with functional problems in a regular class, conducted individual practice and other topics related to certification for Level II.

If you have at least 2 years of practice and want to go deeper into yoga or if you want to take certification for level I or II, these meetings are for you. 

Remembering that Geetaji recommended that students taking the first certification exam be practitioners of asanas of the next level.

“A good student becomes a good teacher.
A good practitioner does not make a good teacher. A good and consistent practitioner does not make a good teacher. A good old-fashioned practitioner does not make a good teacher.”
Prashant Iyengar


Come learn to learn & learn to teach!


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Yoga and the Nervous System

Garth Mclean

"Save the Date"

November 11-13

more info coming soon!


Open to teachers, students under mentorship and those with multiple sclerosis or other neurological challenges

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