“Asana is perfect firmness of body, steadiness of intelligence, and benevolence of spirit.”- B.K.S. Iyengar
312 N. Osprey Avenue (corner of Fruitville and Osprey Ave)
Certified Iyengar Yoga instructors are held to an unusually rigorous standard of knowledge and training. They can work effectively with students of all ages and physical abilities, modifying the yoga asanas (postures) so that all students may practice yoga safely.
As a student, the Iyengar Yoga Certification Mark is your guarantee of a yoga experience that is safe, suitable for individual physical conditions, and beneficial for both body and mind.
Join us today and experience the benefits of yoga!
|10-11:30a||Advanced (Level 3-4)||
|5:30-7:00p||Advanced (Level 3-4)||
|5:45-6:45p||Care Class: Neck and Shoulders||
|11:00 - 12:30p||Intro to Yoga||Starts December 6||No|
|5:45-7:15p||Mixed (Level 1-4)||All levels welcome||No|
|3:30-4:30p||Gentle Yoga||For students with chronic conditions or issues requiring special attention||Yes|
|8:00-9:00a||WAKE UP!||All levels welcome||No|
|12-1pm||Iyengar Intensity||A meditative approach to asana practice. All asanas are accessible, supported, held for longer times. An inward-moving practice to cultivate an illuminated state of mind.||No|
|3:30 to 5pm||Yoga Philosophy Study Group||Every 4th Friday, starts January 26rd||No|
|9:30-11:00a||Introduction to Yoga||For students who are new to Yoga and/or want a "refresher" in basic asana practice||No|
Click here to login and register for Iyengar classes at Iyengar Yoga Sarasota, you will have to create your login and then will be able to select the classes and pay for them as well.
According to the yogic tradition and guidelines of Mr. Iyengar, yoga asana classes focus on correct body alignment, sequencing of postures and timing, allowing the student to learn and practice harmoniously.
Props (belts, blocks, blankets, etc.) are used when needed to facilitate learning and to help the body into the correct positions. Through the practice of asana, students develop strength, stamina, stability, concentration, and inner calmness.
Instruction in Pranayama (prana is “life force”; yama is “discipline” or “control”) is provided in intermediate classes.
This teaches the student control of the breath through the practice of deliberate rhythms of inhalation, exhalation and retention. Through the practice of pranayama, the student further develops the skill of withdrawing the senses and calming the mind.
In every class, the instructors weave in the philosophy and spiritual wisdoms of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali as well as contemporary teachings. This enriches the students experience and gives greater insight to the power of the path of Yoga.
Directions & Contact Info:
312 North Osprey Ave
Phone: (941) 363-1085