“Yoga is the golden key which unlocks the door to peace, tranquility and joy”

B.K.S. Iyengar

Iyengar Yoga is practised world-wide. It takes its name from BKS Iyengar who practised and studied continuously from his teenage years to age 95. B.K.S. Iyengar was universally acknowledged as the world’s foremost yoga teacher. He has written many books and articles on yoga. He authored “Light on Yoga”, considered a modern classic about Yoga, first published in 1966.

Iyengar Yoga focuses on precision and alignment on yoga postures. Quality of movement is prioritised.

In Iyengar Yoga practice, you learn to practice with a deep awareness of your body, breath and mind. From basic preparations you progress to more advanced poses your own pace.
The unique aspect of our method is the use of various props (belts, blocks, blankets) to help students of varying degrees of flexibility and awareness understand and experience the asanas (poses) more.

  • Technicalities - Technicalities are the precise and often subtle technical points given to explore the asana fully.
  • Sequencing - Renowned in Iyengar yoga, sequencing is the way postures are put together to achieve a particular physical, physiological or mental effect. Sequencing can apply to postures, or even to points in postures, and can totally transform a practice.
  • Timings - Timings are the ways that the postures can be held for different lengths of time to enable a more profound exploration of the physical and mental challenges in the pose. These three features together (technicalities, sequencing, timings) externally define the development of Iyengar Yoga, yet only represent some of the aspects of yoga that Mr Iyengar has highlighted and examined over his 80 years of constant.
Iyengar Yoga Teacher Certified
Moha Wong - Fully Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher