All Online programs start with a week-long trial period from the date of sign-up
Superior quality recording of all livestream sessions made available for week

Monday, 7:00-8:00am*

Live-stream session* – combined general level

Thursday: 7:00-8:15am*

Live-stream session*

weekend: 45 – 60 mins

pre-recorded session or audio session (sent out by Friday evening)

*Times are in Indian Standard Time (+5:30 GMT). Some indicative conversions: 2:30am London, 3:30am Durban; 5:30am Dubai; 9:30am Singapore; 10:30am Tokyo; 11:30am Sydney, 6:30pm (prev. day) San Francisco; 9:30pm (prev. day) New York.

Write to us if you would like to participate in the livestream classes, but this time is not working for you.

Considerations for Intermediate-level practitioners

This is perhaps the group most suited to this format of learning. As students ourselves, we recognise that sometimes what we are looking for is not teaching, but a cohort – a sangha – to inspire us, and to spark new ideas. We welcome you to join us in our practice.

The transition from ‘Beginner’ to ‘Intermediate’ level is subjective. More than being able to ‘do’ advanced postures, it is expected the the practitioner has an established self-practice, and has developed an attitude of self-enquiry and reflection.

We expect that intermediate level practitioners know how to make adaptations for intermediate levels asanas (we do often show alternatives in the sessions), and can do the basic inversions (sirsasana and sarvangasana), as well as independent backward extensions with appropriate support as required. If there is an underlying medical condition, Intermediate level practitioners should also know which positions/ actions are contra-indicated for them, and should be able to choose alternatives/ adaptations.

Considerations and resources if you practice yoga in other traditions

Our online classes will give you a sense of teaching and learning in the Iyengar tradition. There might not be major differences in the overall presentation of asanas in the different traditions, but the vocabulary of instructions, the use of props, the focus on specific aspects, can change quite a bit. Even if you are a fairly experienced practitioner, if you have had no experience of practicing in the Iyengar tradition, we advise enrolling in the Beginners program for a month before moving to the Intermediate level program. Bear in mind that the pace of the asanas, the grouping and sequencing, can vary significantly from one class to another, and in fact, across the seasons of the year. To make sense of the overall scheme, we encourage you to practice with patience, and with an open mind.

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