Practice yoga from the comfort of your own home.
Live-streaming 11 online weekly classes. All ages and abilities welcome!
It is my great joy to practice and share the teachings of Iyengar Yoga here in RI. I was first introduced to this method by my mother, a longtime Iyengar Yoga practitioner, and came to appreciate the benefits of a regular practice in my early 20’s. I try to infuse every class with enthusiasm, clear teaching and yoga philosophy for skillful living. Over time, I encourage students to begin a home practice; without one, the study of yoga is incomplete.
Come take a class so that you can experience a method of yoga that has the potential to change your life! B.K.S. Iyengar said in Light on Life, “Yoga does not just change the way we see things, it transforms the person who sees.”
I look forward to seeing YOU.
How we practice
Time is spent on the development and alignment of each posture. Clear verbal instruction and demonstrations reinforce the understanding. Yoga props, such as blocks, can be used to make the pose accessible.
A variety of poses practiced each week...
Students are welcome to drop in at any time, but for those who register for an 8 or 12 week session, we follow a progression in order to ensure a well rounded practice.
New to Yoga
Yoga is for everyone. No one is too old or too stiff for yoga! A Certified Iyengar Yoga teacher can guide students of all ages and physical conditions to an experience of yoga, which is safe, accessible and rewarding.
When you’re brand new to yoga, you may have many questions about what your getting into! Here are a few tips:
What to wear
Shoes: Yoga is most often done barefoot.
Pants: There are many different styles of yoga pants but you don’t have to buy a special pair before your first class. Just avoid pants that don’t stretch, like jeans. After a few classes, you may find you want something shorter/longer/looser/higher waisted etc.
Tops: A shirt that is a little bit fitted and longer works best.
What to bring
We have everything you need to participate in class is in the studio, but you are welcome to bring your own mat. We have mats, blankets, blocks, bolsters, belts and chairs.
How to prepare
Food: It’s best not to eat a heavy meal right before you do yoga. A light snack an hour or 2 before class is fine.
Arrive 5-10 minutes early for your first class in order to fill out an intake form and speak with the teacher. If you are confused in a pose, ask for clarification. Work to your capacity and watch for signs of overdoing such as breathlessness, shakiness and practice non-harm. If you have injuries, let your teacher know – all poses can be modified to suit the needs of the individual.
“Action is movement with intelligence. The world is filled
with movement. What the world needs is more conscious movement, more action”
– B.K.S. Iyengar