The Level 1 class is suitable for those new to yoga or the Iyengar method. There is no need to book, just turn up.
Beginners/regulars level class is suitable for new students and for regular students. Students are expected to practise, or build up to, sarvangasana (shoulderstand).
The intermediate level class is for students who have been attending regularly for at least 2 years and can achieve a stable sirsasana (headstand).
Gentle beginners is a shorter, more basic class for those who may find the Level 1 class too much of a step when first attending and is a way to bridge the gap and build up to a Level 1 class.
An eight-week course for complete beginners. The course is an ideal introduction to Iyengar Yoga. All equipment will be provided. Advanced booking is essential.
8 weeks: Thursdays 6pm – 7.15pm
- 2018 dates
- September 13 – November 1
Saturday Morning Workshop Series 10.00 – 1.00pm
Effort and Ease: April 28, May 19, June 9
Sometimes yoga can seem a very relaxing activity but at other times we are asked to make a great deal of effort in an attempt to attain or maintain a pose. Then there are times we are asked to relax while maintaining a demanding pose. What are we to make of such contradictory requests? Is yoga about relaxation or about effort? In this series of workshops we will look at the nature of effort in yoga and what ease means.
These workshops are suitable for those who have been attending Iyengar yoga classes for at least 2 years.
Women’s Iyengar Yoga Class
Beginners and experienced students welcome. Classes will include a range of standing, sitting and recuperative postures. Taught by qualified teacher, Carol Haynes.
For further details of the women’s class please contact Carol on 07719342536 (for all other classes see the ‘contact’ page for contact details.)
Wednesdays 10.00 – 11.15am (term times).
Iyengar Yoga with Carol Haynes
Beginners and experienced students welcome.
Fridays 10.00 – 11.15am (term times).
Monthly Super Sunday Sessions with Julie Baker
15:00 – 17:00
Julie is a Junior Intermediate level teacher and covers both introductory and intermediate asanas in these sessions so some yoga experience is necessary.
Please see the events page on the website http://www.jbyoga.co.uk/events/ for more details or telephone Julie on 07903967438.
There are also Ashtanga Yoga classes taught by James Critchlow that take place at the Centre. For more information see the website: http://www.yogabirmingham.co.uk/ or call James on 07967211748.