There are many paths of Yoga, many teachers, many ideas and many myths too.
paths of Yoga aim to ultimately calm, balance and restore us and
this is clearly written in some of the very oldest Indian Texts.
I too have followed many different Yoga paths whilst finding my way. All have been beneficial.
Iyengar Yoga focuses on the alignment of the body.
teaches us to develop our practice in such a way that we learn
constructively and effectively. Yoga builds our stamina and
strength, flexibility and balance, mentally and physically. A
particular aspect of Iyengar Yoga is the sequencing of postures
When these are practised in a particular order, with
precision and awareness there is an ability to learn and
understand how to achieve the postures without the concerns of
becoming injured or experiencing pain.
All Yoga takes time. It is not a quick fix, but the benefits are immeasurable and noticeable.
Iyengar teaches a whole range of postures and breathing techniques.
BKS Iyengar’s research and self study these are accessible to
yoga practitioners of all levels. Iyengar Yoga allows us to
recognise that all of us have specific areas that need greater
Rather than ignoring these we learn to have greater physical awareness and mental clarity.
If we can learn to work in this way, through Yoga we may overcome many obstacles.
Only by practice do we experience the effects of Yoga on the body, mind and spirit.
requires a lot of self-discipline. By coming to a Yoga class we
experience learning together under the guidance of a fully
qualified Iyengar Yoga Instructor. It is also, very importantly
time for you.
Only students who have trained and qualified through
the Iyengar Teacher Training programme are allowed to teach the
Iyengar system of Yoga. All Iyengar Yoga Teachers are trained to
a very high level as set down by BKS Iyengar in order to maintain
the work and standard required.
To join, yoke, integrate
Yoga with Sarah : 01442 250712/mob 07850 142849
Sarah @ www.yogamemore.co.uk
Sarah's Yoga :
Cost per session £10 pay on the day
Venue : St Johns Hall, off Bell Lane, Northchurch
Day : Wednesday Time : 10am to 11.30am
Venue: Berkhamsted Old Town Hall, High Street
Day : Thursday : 12.30pm to 2pm
Class 1 : Thursday 10 am till 11.30 am (Beginners)
Class 2 : Thursday 12.30 pm till 2 pm (General)
Sunday Yoga Dates :
20th May, 24th June, 15th July, 2nd September & 7th October
Venue: Berkhamsted Old Town Hall
10 am till 12 noon General Class
£10 pay on the day
No classes w/c Monday 28th May (Spring Bank Holiday week)’
(If you have a medical condition or concern always seek medical advice before attending class.)
Sarah also offers private yoga tuition
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