2017 Introductory Iyengar Yoga Classes
Yoga is a healthy and mindful way to look after yourself. Enrich your life with focus, clarity and harmony.
A new schedule of beginner introductory courses commence on October 9th, 2017.
You don’t need to be flexible to practice yoga! Flexibility is one of the many benefits of yoga; along with strength and stability.
Yogaha beginner courses are suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels. The classes are designed for those who have no previous experience of yoga and provide the foundation for the development of a regular yoga practice. Students will learn introductory yoga postures, referred to as asanas, which form the basis of Iyengar Yoga. The word Yoga, is derived from the Sanskrit word meaning “union”. Yoga creates balance and harmony of the mind, body and soul.
Introductory Iyengar Yoga Courses – Commence October 9th, 2017
Our 10 week introductory Iyengar yoga beginner courses start on:
Monday 9th October – 11th December, 6:30pm-7:45pm, with James Bahuth
Tuesday 10th October – 12th December, 6:30pm-7:45pm, with Michelle Gallagher
Sunday 15th October – 17th December, 9:00am-10:15am, with Sally Gower
Course – $240.00 (1 class per week, for 10 consecutive weeks)
Class – $25.00
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The introductory courses are taught in a warm, friendly atmosphere, with a focus on individual attention and support. You will be guided by experienced Iyengar Yoga teachers and practitioners in a way that helps build physical strength, sharpen mental clarity and develop confidence.
Types of Asanas
Yoga aims to alleviate stiffness, increase mobility, strength and flexibility. The use of aids and props in Iyengar Yoga, makes yoga accessible to everyone.
A regular yoga practice helps develop focus, mental alertness, emotional strength and a quiet, restful mind.
Benefits of practising Iyengar Yoga include:
- Improved posture
- Increased stamina and endurance
- Strong, tone and firm muscles
- Improve mental clarity and alertness
- Relieved pain from existing health problems such as back, shoulder and neck pain
Find out more about Iyengar Yoga by visiting What is Iyengar Yoga?
What if I miss a class during the course?
If you miss a class during the Introductory Iyengar Yoga course, you can make up the class by attending an alternate Introductory class on another evening. (Monday/Tuesday) Attendance to Level 1 (General) or 2 classes (Advanced) requires prior arrangement. Any missed classes must be used by the end of the course.
Terms and Conditions: Introductory Beginner Courses are (9) to (11) week courses, that run during the school term. No classes will be held during school holidays. Tuition fees are to be paid in full at the commencement of the course (week 1). Introductory Yoga course fees are non refundable. Credit vouchers may be arranged on request.
View the yoga class schedule or timetable for a full list of classes.
How to enrol in our Introductory Beginner Course
Yogaha offers beginner yoga courses, with one class per week. Beginner class duration is 1hr 15mins. Yogaha beginner courses or classes are offered at the following times:
- Monday evening 6:30pm-7:45pm
- Tuesday evening 6:30pm-7:45pm
- Sunday morning 9:00am-10:15am