Lara firmly believes that Iyengar Yoga offers something to everyone, it helps everyone on their individual path towards physical and mental wellbeing. It supports and complements every daily living activity.
Iyengar Yoga is the most wholesome of Yoga methods. It has a very refined and developed Yoga postural practice. It is progressive and paced in such a way as to make poses available to everyone according to capacity and need.
The repertoire of poses is absolutely vast. No two Iyengar Yoga classes are the same!
A class can become a fast-paced ‘jumpings’ or vinyasa session, or it can slow down and focus on very specific body parts. Precision and alignment are always key.
Iyengar Yoga has a longstanding tradition of restorative and recuperative sequences that should be practiced regularly, alongside a varied postural practice.
Iyengar Yoga includes Pranayama, after a steady and confident postural practice has been achieved.
Iyengar Yoga is grounded on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. B. K. S. Iyengar like no other has applied Yoga poses and Pranayama upon the teachings of Patanjali, as a tool for self-development.
Finally Iyengar Yoga offers therapy classes to help with specific medical conditions.