The study of Iyengar yoga has greatly enhanced my practice as an acrobat. Iyengar yoga specialises in recognising connections in our muscle trains and nervous systems, to then cultivate strength and endurance of both body and mind intelligently. It comes as no surprise that many professional athletes across India and the world came to yogacharya B.K.S. Iyengar to learn how to optimise their bodies and enhance their performance through yoga.
In this course we will learn the foundations of Iyengar yoga with an emphasis on a dynamic practice suitable to those that enjoy moving. I will emphasise the development of upper body strength for inversions as well as endurance and flexibility of our limbs this fall. No prior knowledge of yoga is necessary for this course.
This course is taught in both Finnish and English.
Place & Time:
Alexander Theatre, ompelimo studio right next to Studio Yama, Bulevardi 27, 4th floor, Helsinki
Wednesdays: from 5:15 to 6:45 P.M, August 25th through December 1st, 2021
Special price for new students: the first 4 classes of the course (Aug. 25th–Sept. 19th) for only 50€! After the trial you can decide if you wish to continue the course. There is no refund for any missed trial classes unless you join the entire course afterwards.
Entire Course (15 classes): 200€ / 180€ (for students, seniors, and the unemployed)
10x Card (valid for the entire semester): 165€ / 145€ (for students, seniors, and the unemployed)
5x Card (valid for the entire semester): 100€ / 90€ (for students, seniors, and the unemployed)
Drop-in: 25€ / 20€ (for students, seniors, and the unemployed)
Register by sending an email to: email@example.com
Course absences can be made up in any of my classes at the Alexander Theatre (beginner’s course / level 2), or once a month by attending any class by Anneli Rautiainen at Studio Yama. This is only available to students who have enrolled for my entire course.
All my 10x and 5x cards are valid for the entire semester up through the 9th of December. You can attend any of my classes at the Alexander Theatre, but any classes you do not use during the fall cannot be made up in future semesters.