Iyengar yoga,
Human anatomy and physiology
Classes, courses and individual sessions
Iyengar yoga classes
and sessions
Level 1/2 Iyengar yoga classes
On Tuesday morning 9:30–11am and Wednesday morning 10:30–12 at Wellness Movement (http://wellnessmovement.nz/). Not suitable for beginners, sorry. NO BOOKING NECESSARY.
Daytime Beginners+ Iyengar yoga course
Run 3–4:30pm on Thursdays at Wellness Movement (http://wellnessmovement.nz/). Current 9-week course started 11 October 2018. Contact me to find out more and reserve your place.
One-to-one private yoga sessions
Receive personal attention, learn how to practice effectively and mindfully, and deepen your yoga. Also ideal for people with recent injuries or ongoing limitations.
Iyengar yoga general classes
Run twice-weekly at a local educational institution, students need to bring all their own equipment. Contact me for details of when and where.
Anatomy and physiology
for health professionals and trainees
Using high-quality medical model and real materials, we study the theory, and then bring the knowledge to the yoga mat, to build a foundation on which to base a yoga, massage or other body-work teaching and practice. Course length: 36 hours.

Next course (2019) in Nelson is
spread over 3 weekends:
23 & 24 March
25 & 26 May
27 & 28 July.

Contact me for details.

About me
I've been a qualified Iyengar yoga teacher since the 1990s, and hold a Junior Intermediate Level 1 certificate. Recently, I completed a 3-year Iyengar Yoga Therapy course, and have studied at RIMYI in Pune, India.

My yoga is nourished by workshops, retreats and classes run by senior Iyengar yoga teachers – Geeta Iyengar, Pixie Lilas, Glenn Ceresoli, Gulnaaz Dashti and our NZ teachers.

My expertise in human anatomy and physiology traces to years of teaching nursing students, as well as graduates, at polytechnics. I hold a Certificate in Adult Teaching, as well as a BSc and a PhD in biology.

The human mind and body fascinate me, and I'm grateful to be able to share the learning journey.
About me
I've been a qualified Iyengar yoga teacher since the 1990s, and hold a Junior Intermediate Level 1 certificate. Recently, I completed a 3-year Iyengar Yoga Therapy course, and have studied at RIMYI in Pune, India.

My yoga is nourished by workshops, retreats and classes run by senior Iyengar Yoga teachers – Geeta Iyengar, Pixie Lilas, Glenn Ceresoli, Gulnaaz Dashti and our NZ teachers.

My expertise in human anatomy and physiology traces to years of teaching nursing students, as well as graduates, at polytechnics. I hold a Certificate in Adult Teaching, as well as a BSc and a PhD in biology.

The human mind and body fascinate me, and I'm grateful to be able to share the learning journey.
Iyengar Yoga
Yogacharya Sri B.K.S. Iyengar was born in Bellur, India in 1918. A student of Krishnamacharya, he went on to develop a style of hatha yoga that emphasises precision and alignment. Simple props are used to maximise the opening and awareness of the body, providing support to the less flexible and extra extension to more advanced students. Instructions adhere to a world-wide standard, and teachers undergo rigorous assessment to earn their qualifications.

As more and more people adopted Iyengar yoga, BKS wrote numerous books to record the evolving teachings, beginning with the classic Light on Yoga.
Iyengar Yoga is now the most practiced form of yoga in the world.

See our NZ community's website for more about Iyengar yoga: http://iyengar-yoga.org.nz/.
Prices
Level 1 / 2 classes at Wellness Movement
9:30–11am Tuesdays & 10:30–12 Wednesdays.
$17 casual
$140 for a 10-class card
$80 for a 5-class card
(all cards valid
3 months)

Beginners-Plus course at Wellness Movement
10-week course, 3–4:30pm. Next course starts
in early 2019.
$120 for the course
Private or small-group sessions
Contact me to organise your session.
$75 per hour
Anatomy and physiology course
Next course in Nelson, over 3 weekends in March, May and July 2019.
Costs to be confirmed
Contact me
Get in touch with your questions about Iyengar yoga
or my courses on the human body.
+64 (0)27 688 4775
seahallas@gmail.com
Nelson, in the top of New Zealand's South Island
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