Updated: May 8, 2020
In response to the increasing call for social distancing and other precautionary measures against the spread of COVID-19, Iyengar Yoga Source will not hold in-person classes the week of March 15. As the situation is fluid, we will re-evaluate circumstances next week. This decision was made after careful consideration and much deliberation. We believe it is the best way our community can help slow the spread of COVID-19 as well as protecting our staff, students and community members - particularly those who are most vulnerable.During this time, live streamed classes will be offered for some of our regular classes. Please check the website and Facebook to see which classes will be streamed. If you are interested in taking a remote class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know which class you'd like to attend. You will be emailed an access code prior to the class and it will be debited from your current series.If you are not able to or not interested in live streamed classes, we recommend you continue with your home practice. Two sequences are shown below, with additional sequences posted on our website. Regular passes may be extended to accommodate the temporary shutdown.All March events are postponed at this time, including Iyengar Yoga: A Bridge and Setting Intentions & Manifesting Change. The Scottsdale workshop with Carolyn has been rescheduled for April 24-26.This is a stressful time for all, and we recognize that we may play an important part in helping you deal with anxiety and stress given the current climate. Be assured we remain connected through yoga during this temporary closure. Our teaching team is still available for your support; email or call for any additional assistance in yoga and in your life during this challenging time. We encourage you to further develop your home practice and focus inward, explore principles of pranayama and meditation in addition to asana.We thank you for your understanding as we take steps to ensure the safety of our entire community. Your health and wellbeing is our highest priority. Gratitude for your ongoing support during uncertain times.“Life means to be living. Problems will always be there.
Beginner Standing Sequence
This Standing Sequence was designed with beginners in mind. Each pose should be held for 1-3 minutes depending on level of experience. Add supta baddha konasana as an extra immunity booster.
Sequences on our Blog
Intermediate Immune Sequence
This Immunity Sequence, courtesy of Iyengar Yoga Australia, is for intermediate practitioners. It was given by the Iyengar Institute in Pune during a virulent flu outbreak. Supta baddha konasana is an additional pose for increased immunity.
Live Streaming Classes Available
Take a Class from HomeSeveral of our regular classes will be streamed online during the closure.
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