From Monday 11th September 2017 to Saturday 4th November 2017
From Monday 6th November 2017 to Saturday 23rd December 2017
No experience necessary. Beginners classes are open to everyone.
|Monday||6:00pm||Beginners one hour class|
|Thursday||10:00am||Restorative with Pranayama|
|Saturday||8:00am||Beginners 90 minute class|
Beginner classes are where you learn the foundations of an Iyengar yoga practice.
You will learn to strengthen your legs and spine while beginning to understand the principles of postural alignment in relation to your body.
Shoulder stand (Salamba Sarvangasana) is introduced in these classes for those students who attend regularly.
Monday night is a one hour class and Saturday morning is 90 minutes.
If you already have a yoga practice then this class is for you!
In the developing class you will work on deepening your understanding of a range of poses including headstand and shoulder stand. Each term you will work with a different asana focus and develop your understanding of a range of yoga principles.
These classes are 90 minutes.
Restorative with Pranayama
In this class you will experience postures which help to quieten the mind and restore the body. This process allows the body to open and release, relieving pressure.
In the last 30 minutes of the class you will transition into the breath work, using the restful state of the body to take the focus towards the way we bring energy into our body and how we can improve the process.
These classes are 90 minutes.
Once you have selected a class from the timetable you can choose from a range of payment options . We run classes in a term structure, allowing the integration and development of certain themes during the term.
Casual Payment - $18 per class
Five Class Card - $75 ($15 per class).
Term Payment - 1,2 or unlimited classes per week.
Private Class - these start at $100 for up to 6 people at the yoga centre.
Private consultation - $80 per hour.
A few points to note before coming to class
Pregnancy: This is not the best time to start an Iyengar Yoga Practice. There is so much going on within a pregnant body that it is really best if the teacher knows and understands the mothers practise before attempting to modify it for the pregnancy.
However, if you are currently attending classes at Busselton Yoga Centre we encourage you to continue to attend throughout your pregnancy. The teacher will support you to make the necessary modifications to your practice to keep you and your baby safe and supported.
Your Health: Please let the teacher know before class if you have any medical conditions or injuries, are menstruating or have any other matters that may affect your practise. It is important for us to ensure that you practise postures which encourage the correct positioning of the skeletal body and optimise your overall health. If you have a specific need such as medical condition or injury that prevents you attending a general class, please contact us to arrange a private assessment.
Yoga asanas are best to practised on an empty stomach so try not to eat at least 2 hours before class.
If you are still unsure about the effects of yoga check out this link to the American Iyengar Association showing scientific evidence on the therapeutic efficacy of Iyengar Yoga.