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Iyengar Yoga classes
Stoke Newington, London N16

Alison Barty
t: 020 7354 2175
e: alisonbarty@googlemail.com
m: 07765 565455 (text messages only)

Iyengar yoga is the result of a life’s work
by Yogacharya BKS Iyengar.

Iyengar Yoga is based on the in-depth
practise of asana, the postures, and of
pranayama or 'breath control'.


What are the benefits?

 Increased general well being.

 Improvement in sleep and digestive problems.

 Strengthened immune system.

 An excellent antidote to the stresses and strains of modern city life, work and home pressures.

A typical class

 Postures vary from vigorous to recuperative.

 Postures specifically sequenced to ensure students benefit from the practice.

 Students taught standing postures, sitting postures, twisting postures, back-extending postures, inverted postures and restful postures.

 Initially the emphasis is on standing postures to build the strength and mobility needed for the other postures.

Equipment: I am unable to provide equipment for everyone. Please bring a mat and one or two blankets. I can order mats at wholesale prices if you would like to buy one.


Classes - drop in and have a go!

*2017 May / summer breaks*
Summer Classes end 25 July.
No class on 29 May

All classes are £7.50

Tuesday class
Experienced students only

Venue: Kings Crescent Hall N4 2XD
Getting there: Just off Green Lanes, opposite Clissold Park between Brownswood Road and Queens Drive.
Access to estate from Queens Drive (Datchworth Court).
Buses 341, 141 and 393 go along Green Lanes.
Manor House underground station 10 minutes walk approx.

Monday class
Introductory level

Venue: Lordship Grove South Community Hall, 14 Lordship Grove N16 0QA (www.lordshipsouth) Between Lordship Road and Queen Elizabeth Walk.

Getting there:
Buses 73, 476 and 393 go along Stoke Newington Church Street, get off at Stoke Newington Town Hall or Stoke Newington Library.
Bus 106 goes along Lordship Park, get off at Lordship Road
5 minutes walk approx from the Library and 10 minutes approx from Lordship Park.

A little about myself
“I attended my first ever yoga class in 1973, while a student. I have practised consistently ever since, more intensively since I began teacher training in 1987.

I have travelled to India four times and studied with the Iyengars for a month each time. I have also studied with other senior teachers from France, Australia and the USA.

I am interested in the therapeutic aspects of yoga and, for instance, have used yoga to help runners improve their fitness and flexibility. As a trained counsellor and psychotherapist I believe wholly in the benefits that yoga can bring us, building our physical and mental wellbeing.”

For more information on Iyengar yoga, its founder BKS Iyengar, the teaching method and training for Iyengar teachers, remedial applications, and press articles on the benefits of yoga visit: www.iyengaryoga.org.uk