Which class is right for me?
Iyengar Yoga is a progressive practice. All practitioners begin at level I. The knowledge gained at Introductory and level I builds upon itself over time, and lends itself towards a deeper understanding as one progresses in the method.
Classes Offered (suitable modifications can be made for pregnancy)
Intro Class: For beginners
Level I: Basics
Level II: Intermediate class
Level II/III:Advanced practice
Introduction to Iyengar Yoga
Beginners in Iyengar Yoga. Even those with a yoga practice will find this class helpful in understanding how Iyengar Yoga works. It is designed to acquaint students with the fundamentals of yoga postures to develop a strong yoga practice. The foundation of Level 1 poses are methodically taught and time is taken to assure that each student develops an understanding of the poses. Some may choose to repeat the intro class before moving on to drop-in Level 1 classes. Many beginning students will also do fine in any level 1 class.
For all students new to yoga. This class introduces you to the fundamental principals of yoga. Focusing on standing and sitting asanas. Including Sarvangasana (shoulder stand).
This class is a bridge between level 1 and 2
For students who are well practiced in Level I. Standing poses are refined.Introduced are Sirsasana (head balance), Adho Mukha Vrksasna (hand stand, backbends and pranayama.
Level 3 classes are for students who are experienced in the method of Iyengar Yoga and confident in the practice of inversions. Independent practice should be well established .
Why does The Daley Practice have classes at different levels?
Iyengar Yoga is a progressive practice. This means that each class builds upon your knowledge of the last class. Each level builds upon your knowledge of the poses at the previous level. Every new action learned is a small step rather than a huge leap as you develop strength, flexibility and above all, self-knowledge.
Iyengar says we learn when we have an open heart and an open mind. The practice of yoga is about “stilling the fluctuations of the mind”. We use the body as physical therapy to help us do that.
Why does Iyengar Yoga not do general level classes?
Beginners are overwhelmed, can get injured, and learn more slowly.
Regular practitioners of Iyengar yoga cannot progress.
The progressive nature of the practice and its beneficial effects is slowed down.
Our teachers are trained to work from a syllabus that comes from the Ramamani Memorial Institute of Iyengar Yoga in Pune, India designed by BKS Iyengar.
Class Cards - Class cards are available at the studio or online and can offer a significant savings compared to drop in pricing. We also offer for first time students a three class special card for only $30 a huge savings over standard drop in pricing.
Drop In - Single Class - $18
5 Classes - $80 ($16 per class)
10 Classes - $150 ($15 per class)
20 Classes - $280 ($14 per class)
30 Classes - $390 ($13 per class)
Monthly Unlimited - $140
Yearly Unlimited - $1,400 ( Yearly Unlimited can be purchased in 3 or six month blocks)
One Hour Private Class - $100 (Please call for availability)
Students (with ID): $15 per class or 10 class card for $130
NEW STUDENT SPECIAL! limited time offer ! 3 Classes For $30
At The Daley Practice The Health and well being of our students is our top priority. We are maintaining the following procedures for the next several weeks, and ask for your cooperation .
Tissues and hand sanitizer will be available
Doorknobs, faucets, and surfaces are cleaned before and after every class with disinfecting wipes
Please bring your own mat, If you do not have a mat you may use one of ours . After class please leave it on the floor and it will be sprayed with disinfectant spray.
Props like belts, chairs ,blocks, and blankets are used in our classes. We suggest washing your hands prior to class and again after class.
In Addition we ask you to take responsibility of yourself in the following ways;
If your sick ,coughing,or have a fever please don't come to class
Sometimes a sneeze or a cough is unavoidable, Please sneeze into your elbow, or a tissue.
Avoid touching your face.
There is a mindfulness to the practices of hand-washing and becoming aware of our habits; This is an opportunity to observe them and how our actions affect everyone around us.
Thank you for your Understanding.