I’ve been practicing at Yogasana for six years now, through two locations and, at last count, more than twenty different teachers. While everyone who teaches there comes from the Iyengar tradition, including several who have studied with the Iyengar family in India, what is wonderful to me is that each of them allows their own experience and practice to inform the work they lead in class. It is thoughtful yoga, a process of examining and re-examining. Each class is different; there might be an exploration of the elements of a single pose or a focus on how a particular part of the body is directed within a series of poses. Some classes might be quite vigorous, others will be quieter. My experience is that all are taught with great care and attention, with as much explanation and direction as necessary, adaptable to anyone who walks into the studio. What I think is different about Yogasana from any other studio I have been to is that every class is a unique journey, unpredictable, inventive and well-considered. There are no well-worn routines, standardized sequences or musical soundtracks. Just yoga, mindfully taught and practiced.
I love this place! I’m totally addicted to Yogasana! My family thinks I live there half the week!