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Benefits of Iyengar Yoga for Patients with Stress Related Disorders and Cardiovascular Risks
Iyengar Yoga can help alleviate the effects of stress and its symptoms. Through various studies, it has been proven to work and has multiple positive benefits.
Iyengar Yoga Increases Cardiac Parasympathetic Nervous Modulation among Healthy Yoga Practitioners
This study proves that Iyengar Yoga can be beneficial in Cardiac rehabilitation programs. It is easy to administer and has no known side effect.
Exercising In Your 40s, 50s, 60s and Beyond
The benefits of exercising and being healthy at any age
Hidden Wisdom of Iyengar Yoga
A compilation of Iyengar Yoga principles & guided exercises to experience them.
Light on Practice
Geeta Iyengar, daughter of B.K.S. Iyengar, describes how she grew into the art and science of yoga.
What is Iyengar Yoga?
This yoga style is considered one of the purest forms of yoga and was developed by the world-renowned B.K.S Iyengar in the 1960s. It is incredibly meticulous and places emphasis on precision and alignment. Breathing is the primary focus during all sessions in addition to posture. Conditioning of flexibility and strength can be achieved through practice.
How is Iyengar Yoga different?
There are a large number of yoga styles practiced throughout the world, however Iyengar Yoga is one of the most widely appreciated. Props are also quite common in this style of yoga as they make poses more accessible and allow beginners to focus more on perfecting their posture and positioning as they continue their practice. Because Iyengar yoga is a slower, more focused form of yoga, with thorough practice you may find you can focus more on your postural alignment and the precise details of each intricate pose. It also requires a great deal of concentration which can help relieve anxiety and stress you may experience on a day-to-day basis.
Read articles by Yoga Vastu and learn more about Iyengar Yoga
Written by some of Iyengar yoga’s most experienced teachers, our online resources can help you better maintain your practice. From audio led yoga classes to yoga sequencing videos, we have put years of effort into researching and developing articles and classes that can help you piece together your asana and pranayama sequences in harmony.