YogiOnTheMove

Follow my yoga quest at home and on the road…

Iyengar class @ Yogaville, Melbourne

on March 2, 2013

20130226-080910.jpg Friday 22 February, I searched on Google to find an Iyengar class that was nearby to my accommodation and fitted in with my commitments for the day. I attended the 0930 class at the Yogaville Iyengar studio, which is located in the suburb of Preston, in Melbourne. The teacher for the session was Bron.

The cost for a casual class of 1.5 hr duration was $25. The class was asana followed by a short Pranayama session.

This was the first Iyengar class I had been able to attend since November last year. It was wonderful to be in an Iyengar class once more as I find this method of yoga particularly rewarding – I appreciate the amount of information/detail and adjustments that are given.

Thanks to Bron.

Namaste

PS Yogaville have a retreat in Bali in August 2013

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