Iyengar Yoga, towards a higher level of consciousness.
Iyengar Yoga is named after the Indian yoga teacher of the same name who developed this system. All styles of yoga have the same objective, but the different styles are defined by the different paths (or shortcuts) that they take. Iyengar yoga does not take any shortcuts. It is one of the most traditional styles and one of the most loyal to the yoga tradition.
Iyengar Yoga emphasizes:
- The eight limbs of yoga (postures, breathing, withdrawal of the senses, moral conduct, ethical discipline, concentration, meditation, enlightenment) described by Patañjali, who wrote the Yoga Sutras, arguably the most important yogic text, in the 3rd century B.C.
- Gradual and asiduous progress from one asana to the next in a specific order.
- Connection with the teacher´s verbal cues, as it is very important to listen carefully in order to achieve progress.
Recommended for all levels, including those with limited mobility due to the gradual progress and gentle approach to the practice.
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