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I teach my classes based on the schedule that is used at the Iyengar Institute in Pune which means that the first week in the month will be standing poses, the second week forward bends, the third week back extensions, and the last week will be restorative and pranayama. I am likely to emphasize some aspect of each of the categories of asanas for that particular week. In all classes modifications will be given when necessary.

I am interested in incorporating all three aspects of yoga – body, mind and breath – into my teaching.

Please note that yoga is not a work out but a work in.



5:30 – 7:00 PM

Generally geared to the student with less experience. There are more verbal instructions and very few inversions.


9:30 – 11:00 AM

Geared to the most experienced students. Inversions in the form of headstand, shoulder stand , handstands and elbow balance are included in this class. This class is taught according to the level of the students in attendance. Verbal help is given as well as how to use props as aids for particular poses. Alternatives are given for those asanas that are not doable for any reason.


6:00 – 7:30 PM

Geared to students with experience. Inversions are included in this class. Alternatives are given if needed. Open to all levels of experience.


9:30 – 11:00 AM

Similar to Wednesday evening. Taught according to the level of the students who are present. Inversions are included in this class but alternatives will be given to those who need them


5:00 – 6:00 PM


Both lying down and sitting up versions of pranayama are taught in this class. Various techniques are taught often with emphasis on long exhalations in various contexts. This is not a beginning classSuggested items for use in the class

  • At least 3 blankets

  • 2 blocks

  • 1 to 2 yoga straps

  • Bolster or something you can roll up to simulate a bolster

  • Yoga chair or a metal folding chair that you can sit on and put your legs through the back of the chair. It is possible to use a chair lying over it from the side.

Yoga props are widely available on the internet