Yoga at home (and away)

The art-of-sequencing

Learning the art of sequencing

“It is your practice that brings the secrets to you. No teacher can give you the secrets.”                   – Geeta Iyengar

Concerning self-practice

Yoga can be done almost anywhere, not just in the Satya Yoga studio. Doing yoga at home (or elsewhere) can be extremely rewarding.

Building up the self-discipine to start and maintain this type of personal yoga practice can be challenging. However, over time, you begin to create a special space for yourself each day – a space that supports you in your daily life.

How to start

To make it a little easier to get started, we have collected a few resources for you:

  • How to start a home practice:  click here
  • Advice to students who already practice at home and wish to deepen their practice: click here

(These two articles are by Eyal Shifroni, a very knowledgeable Iyengar teacher who practices and teaches in Israel.)

Sequences to download

Here are few sequences to download (for free) they have been compiled by www.ballaratyoga.com.au                                                                                                        (Ballarat Yoga is an Iyengar Yoga centre in Australia.)

  • 5 Beginners home practice sequence (20-30 min):   click here
  • 10 experienced home practice sequence:   click here
  • 4 sequences for general level students:   click here
  • Basic standing poses to practice:   click here
  • Menstruation sequence:   click here