Iyengar Yoga Classes Algarve
Group Classes 17th September to 27th October
Below is the timetable for the forthcoming new term with Rachel. For one to one tuition for individuals or couples, please email Rachel at email@example.com with details of your requirements. All classes are conducted at the Loule Ananda Yoga Studio (Monday, Tuesday, Friday) or Solviegasyoga Studio Almancil (Thursday) – Click on the studio names for map links.
- 85 Euros for 10 sessions (3 month validity)
- 50 Euros for 5 sessions (2 month validity)
- 15 Euros drop-in
If you are new to yoga, we recommend you start with the Tuesday evening beginners class and commit to at least 3 sessions. If you have severe stiffness, ill health or want to try out some yoga sessions in a more private setting before committing to a group class, contact Rachel to arrange private sessions (minimum 3 sessions booked in advance) which are conducted at in either the Loule or Almancil studios (click on each word for a map link).
Taster sessions are also available periodically – look out for workshop events and free class offers coming soon.
Not Only for the Young & Flexible!
You do not have to be a particular age or level of flexibility to come to class. Being young and flexible is NOT a pre-requisite! Iyengar Yoga will slowly and safely improve your flexibility (which is important for joint mobility as well as heart and blood circulation) and change your posture for the better. It will also build strength, health and vitality where you need it most.
If on the other hand you are too flexible, the alignment-based yoga will help you to avoid injury and hyper-mobility so you can attain a stronger and more balanced body.
Men are as welcome as women. Many of Rachel’s clients are professional athletes or men who practice a lot of sports. Yoga is non-competitive. Everyone is an individual in Rachel’s classes and you work according to your own capabilities. Yoga works not only on the physical body, but also on the mind and on personal development. In fact, health and wellness are considered a positive by-product of this ancient practice by many serious yogis, the main purpose of which being to still the mind.