Iyengar Yoga at Mission Beach
There is no need to bring any yoga gear; the Yoga mats and all equipment are provided but feel welcome to bring you own mat if you wish. You are, however, asked to please bring a towel and drinking water.
Classes are only taught during school terms, and are taught at The Progress Community Hall, 53 Porters Promenade, Mission Beach…drive into the Caravan Park on the beach, turn left into the car park…the hall is directly ahead.
Class Dates for 2019
Term 1: 29th January to 16th April
Term 2: 7th May to 22nd June
Term 3: 13th July to 21st September
Term 4: 8th October to 14th December
Iyengar yoga methodology is renowned for its precision and alignment and consequently, as a student, you learn correct movements, how to stretch efficiently as well as gaining strength.
Iyengar Yoga Teachers:
Jan has been teaching yoga since 1991, and certified as an Iyengar yoga teacher in 1997.
Tuesday: 5.00 p.m – 6.15 p.m Remedial class
Thursday 5.30pm – 6.45pm General class
Saturday: 8.00 a.m – 9.30 a.m General LED class
Saturday: 10.00am – 11.15am Beginner class
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Which Level for you?
* Beginner classes are for those new to yoga or those wanting to refresh the basics
* General class is for those who have some yoga experience
*General LED Class is not taught as such, the teacher does the poses in front with the class. Instructions are finer in detail and some adjustments are done. Headstand and shoulder stand are regularly practiced.
Some of the Benefits of Yoga
Our yoga practices are based on principles of stretching, rotating, bending and relaxing. Consequently giving a positive and profound effect to all systems of your body. Whether it is helping to regulate blood pressure and hormones or improving digestion or giving relief from back ache.
As a result of practicing, yoga brings mental repose and promotes better sleep.
*Both men and women’s health will notably improve through yoga.
Join me at one of the classes…