Dear friends, welcome to SKYS website, where you’ll find all the information you’ll need on our upcoming lessons, events and retreats. Alternatively, you can email us or give us a call. We’re always delighted to hear from you! Namaste, Simon 0431949122
We the teachers at SKYS welcome you to another great year on your mat and to newbies welcome you to SKYS. Please ask our teachers if you have any questions. Yoga is transformative and cannot be done in one day. Continuity is the key and as teachers, we guide you there as well as correcting your posture. Together we make a difference in your body and lives. Keep coming back.It WORKS and your WORTH it.
10 Week Beginner’s Course – Book Now
Unlimited classes for 10 weeks – Beginners – $190
Starts Monday APRIL 22
5 Week Beginner’s Course – Book Now
Unlimited classes for 5 weeks – Beginners – $115
Starts Monday APRIL 22
(AFTER BEGINNERS) LEVEL I COURSE UNLIMITED ! Includes up to 4 Level 1 classes per week for 5 weeks, great value deal with ongoing classes – join anytime and save only $165
For beginners and Level 1, unlimited classes – $45
Workshop with Simon Marrocco
Saturday 10am-12pm, afternoon 2pm-5pm
Sunday 1.30pm – 4pm
Price: $150 for all classes, $55 per class
EASTER IYENGAR YOGA RETREAT APRIL 19-22, 2019
4 days of high-quality, pranayama & meditation
in the beautiful and peaceful rainforest of Reserve Creek, Nth NSW
Go to Retreat page for more info and bookings or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Iyengar Yoga?
The Iyengar approach to yoga is firmly based on the traditional eight limbs of yoga expounded by Patanjali in his classic treatise, The Yoga Sutras, written over 2,500 years ago. It is a disciplined and deeply researched system developed over 80 years by Yogacharya BKS Iyengar.
Iyengar Yoga concentrates on postural alignment and body awareness. This is not just for the alignment of one body part with another, but also for the proper functioning of the human being. If the body is aligned with precision then the breath is aligned with the same precision. If the breath is balanced then the mind, emotions and senses become balanced.
What is unique about Iyengar Yoga is that it is characterised in the practice of asana and pranayama with the innovative approach emphasising precision and alignment, planned sequencing, timing and the use of props.
This approach has allowed people of varying ages, levels of health and fitness to enjoy the benefits which a sustained practice can bring – the ability to face the physical, mental and emotional challenges and lead contemporary life with strength, vitality, mobility, thoughtfulness and equanimity.