Wednesdays 1:30-3pm | January 11 - Free trial class | First set (7 classes $112 - $16/class) January 18 to March 1 | Second set (7 classes $112 - $16/class)
March 8 to April 26 | no class March 22 | $210 for 14 classes ($15/class) |
Sundays 12-1:45pm | January 8 - Free trial class | First set (7 classes $119 - $17/class) January 15to February 26 | Second set (7 classes $119 - $17/class) March 5 to April 23 | no class April 16| $224 for 14 classes ($16/class) | Drop-ins with permission only, $22 for a 105 minute class. |
Spring 2017 :
Sundays 12-1:45pm | Free trial class April 30 |
First set May 7 to June 11 (5 weeks $84*- $17/class)| No class May 28 | Second set June 18 to July 16 (5 weeks $85 - $17/class) | $159 for 10 weeks ($16/class) | *Class on May 7 will run from 12 to 1:30 pm. the cost has been adjusted for that one class. | Drop-ins with permission only, $22 for a 105 minute class. |
In this 105 minute class you will learn how to use the ropes and sling for basic poses such as chest opening, Urdhva Hastasana, standing poses, and also for more complex poses like inversions such as Adho Mukha Vrksasana (handstand preparation) and Sirsasana (headstand in the sling).
We will also practice poses without the ropes so that your body can integrate what the ropes teach you. The ropes teach your body the correct physical actions and therefore help you achieve the most benefits from each pose. Being supported in the poses allows you to go deeper and have a transformative experience of the pose. There will be time to ask questions during and after the class.
If you wish to drop-in please contact me in advance to get permission as there are limited spaces in this class and priority goes to students who pre-register. Come 15 minutes before class to sign in and check in with Siobhan about your practice.
Wednesdays 1:30-3pm | Free trial class May 3 |
First set May 10 to June 14 (6 weeks $96 - $16/class) | Second set June 21 to July 26 | (5 weeks$80 $16/class) no class July 12 | $165 for 11weeks $15/class) | Drop-ins: $20 for 90-minute class. |
Beginning yoga? Or want to deepen your practice? This mixed level class will teach you more than the basics.
Iyengar yoga is about raising your bodily intelligence. It’s about self-exploration and finding the correct alignment. Sometimes jokingly referred to as “furniture yoga”, the practice characteristically uses props such as wood and foam blocks, bolsters, chairs, straps, blankets and wall-mounted ropes to help open your body gently yet powerfully.
The props isolate muscles and bodily actions in order to focus attention to specific areas that need work. They also ensure that you’re doing your yoga poses with proper alignment to keep you feeling healthy, supported and strong in your practice.
Because of its low-impact focus on correct alignment and its use of supports, Iyengar accommodates a wide variety of bodies and levels of ability. It’s used therapeutically for rehabilitation from, and working with, pain and injury.
Learn more about Siobhan at: https://vancouver-iyengar-yoga.com/
If you are currently enrolled in a class, you have priority for registration. To hold your space for May, your cheque is required, or send an e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may post-date your cheque to May 7. If you are a new student, please check with Siobhan for availability by emailing her at email@example.com or by calling 604-500-4168.
Please send your name, email and phone number, along with cheque, to Siobhan Sloane-Seale, c/o Yoga on 7th, 156 East 7th Avenue, V5T 1M6