Resources

 

yoga for seniors

Yoga practice offers many benefits for students of all ages, but it can be especially helpful for people who are over 50.

Regardless of your age, finding a teacher and a class schedule that works for you is one of the keys to consistent learning and growth.  Home practice accelerates and deepens that growth.

Bay Area Iyengar Yoga studios that offer public classes include:

Adeline Yoga (Berkeley)
http://www.adelineyoga.com/

Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco
http://iyisf.org/

Abode of Iyengar Yoga (San Francisco)
http://www.manouso.com/

Bija Yoga (San Francisco)
http://www.bijayoga.com/

California Yoga Center  (Mountain View)
http://www.californiayoga.com/

Iyengar Yoga South Bay  (Campbell)
http://www.iyoga.com/

The B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga National Association of the United States is a wonderful non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Iyengar Yoga throughout the U.S. while maintaining the connection to, and support of the Iyengar family and their yoga institute in Pune, India. 

If you’re looking for an Iyengar teacher outside our local area:

This database of certified teachers can be helpful: https://secure.iynaus.org/search

For travel abroad:

The official website of B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga includes a country-by-country list of Iyengar teachers based all over the world. When Sarah traveled to Europe last summer, she used this resource to find and take classes in Amsterdam and Berlin (both taught in English).

http://bksiyengar.com/

 

Shrine at Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute, Pune, India