Official site of B.K.S. Iyengar. This site contains many photos and much information about B.K.S. Iyengar and yoga practice. There is also an important (non-exhaustive) database of different centers and schools of yoga around the world.
Official website of the school of Iyengar yoga in Lausanne (Switzerland) directed by Claude Bourgeois. The school offers courses at various times, adapted to different levels. The teaching is given in the classic spirit of B.K.S. Iyengar. Usually Saturday mornings are devoted to a dynamic yoga practice, which makes us sweat… Regularly invited teachers teach short non-residential courses.
Roberta Arlenghi founded this magnificent center for yoga and retreat at the foot of the Italian Alps near Bergamo. Since 2006, she regularly teaches Iyengar yoga and also hosts seminars and workshops with internationally renowned teachers. The centre can host up to 20 people for residential courses of several days. The center is designed in a very practical way and has a beautiful setting that allows you to recharge your batteries.
Site of Monica Kunz Petitpierre who teaches Iyengar yoga in Neuchâtel (Switzerland), as well as Indian Bharata Natyam dancing. Monica made many trips to India to perfect her practice. In Paris, she took 4 years of training in order to teach yoga according to the B.K.S. Iyengar method. In Madrid, she attended a specific training of 3 years on therapy by Iyengar yoga. Her school offers courses in yoga and dance for different levels. She also organizes special workshops every term.
Ali Dashti & Kate Beck, founders of Patanjali Yoga Switzerland, started to practice and teach in 1986. They have continued their education in Yoga and Yogic philosophy ever since. Today, their knowledge and experience in the subject of Yoga is internationally recognised and sought after. In their own “Institute for Yogic Sciences” in Bern, Switzerland, and around the world they have led hundreds of Yoga workshops, and they have trained Yoga teachers on an international level for many years. They also have released their own book, “Yoga Sādhana, The Art of Sequencing Āsanas and Prānāyāmas”.
Official website of Ingrid Balles who teaches yoga according to the Iyengar method in Mont-sur-Rolle, Marchissy and Founex in the French-speaking part of Switzerland. In addition, Ingrid has developed a special yoga for corporate workers who generally sit long hours in front of the computer. Her method allows one to release the tension in the back, neck, shoulders and eyes, and helps employees to have a better attitude and better behaviour toward clients and colleagues.
Official website of the Iyengar yoga school in New York. A very active school offering many courses at different levels throughout the day. The school also organises different courses and conferences to deepen the practice and understanding of Iyengar yoga. Very useful for those who travel in this enormous city and who want to do yoga on the 11th floor of a Manhattan skyscraper.
Siddhi Yoga International, a yoga teacher training school based in Singapore. Siddhi Yoga runs residential yoga teacher trainings in India (Rishikesh, Goa and Dharamshala), Indonesia (Bali) and Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur).
Alan Harding is a craftsman and carpenter who works with his hands and with his heart. He manufactures useful wooden accessories and supports that can be used to enhance yoga postures. Alan takes personal care of each object that he manufactures.