“We are missing the gold if we do asanas as a physical practice only.” Geeta Iyengar


A dynamic class that explores the fundamentals of Iyengar yoga in a dynamic way. This course is suitable for new students and everyone new to the Iyengar yoga method.
Be physically challenged, mentally inspired, and encouraged to establish a home practice.


For those with experience in the basic Iyengar yoga poses and shoulderstand. Here, new postures are introduced such as forward bends, backbends, and also inverted poses as well as pranayama. You learn how to incorporate the use of yoga ‘props’ to give support where needed and to help develop precision in the poses.

Deepen your practice. To undertake this class you need to be familiar with Iyengar Yoga. If unsure please contact Zagyoga Iyengar Studio. More advanced postures are introduced.

Slower Paced class

In this mixed ability class you work at a slower pace with more individualised support. If you are a beginner, or familiar with Iyengar Yoga but looking for a more gentle class, this may be the class for you.

If you are recovering from drugs or alcohol use, you know that it takes focus and determination to stay sober. What you may not know, however, is that yoga can also play an integral role in your recovery efforts bringing you back to your body. Yoga can help relieve stress and keep your mind and body strong during addiction treatment.
The benefits of Iyengar yoga are many, including greater mobility and flexibility, improved body and mind strength, and perhaps most importantly recovery pain/stress relief, and the motivation to make other healthy lifestyle changes.

This class is designed for men. Yoga poses (asanas) are taught in a dynamic way to develop strength, stamina, and flexibility. Yoga can improve your range of motion and flexibility, which helps eliminate strains and tightness and strengthens the muscles. The practice also enhances the durability of joints by strengthening the connective tissues. Additionally, yoga gives you awareness of your body, like recognising a poor posture and correcting it quickly.
The practice of yoga boasts stress-relieving qualities.