ONLINE WEEKEND “Iyengar Yoga in action” with Rajeshree – 28th, 29th & 30th January 6pm
₹199.00 – ₹399.00
“Iyengar Yoga in action” ONLINE weekend on 28th, 29th & 30th January – A journey into Asanas, Pranayama & Meditation
Allign with Rajeshree Ma’am your body, breath and mind with core Iyengar Yoga practice secrets. Join us with your family over these 3 evenings – Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 6pm to 7.15pm and discover a lighter body, fuller breath and calmer mind.
Your take back from this workshop series are practices & secrets for developing and sustaining a healthy body and mind under the core Iyengar Yoga system
Who can join – Beginner to Advance Yoga practitioners, Yoga students, Yoga teachers
Shriyog Founder, Smt. Rajeshree Tupe is a student of Guruji BKS Iyengar, Dr Geeta Iyengar and Shri Prashant Iyengar for over 25 years and brings a unique blend of three brilliant teachers. She uses the holistic approach to health of body, mind and soul in an accessible way for her students through the intelligent practice of asana and pranayama. A certified senior Iyengar yoga teacher, she also holds a Diploma in Ayurveda & Lifestyle Management.
Her early days at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute (RIMYI) kindled the fire of Yog and the gifts of the practice ignited a desire to share the teachings of this system. She began teaching after experiencing the tremendous healing and balancing power of yoga after the birth of her first child.
General dos & don’ts
- Be punctual in your classes. Every minute is precious and there is a lesson for your wellness
- Keep your Authentic Iyengar Yoga props handy if you have them at home
- Wear comfortable clothes that allow your skin to breathe. Cotton fabric is most suitable
- Your Yoga mat is your teacher too. Respect it and maintain it well
- Keep an empty stomach. At least 3 hours must have elapsed before heavy Yogasana practice
- If you feel like evacuating your bladder or bowels during the class, do not stop yourself
- Listen to the instructions in class carefully for a safe and effective practice
- Keep your surrounding clean and free from disturbances
- Stay committed but know your limitations. Listen to your body and breath. Never exert yourself