Iyoga Project cover image

Iyoga Project

Sydney Iyengar Yoga Studio

Darling Point, New South Wales

Contact Iyoga Project
Map of 1C New Beach Road, Darling Point, New South Wales, 2027, AustraliaMap & Directions

At
Style
For
With
No classes on today :(
  1. 6:30 pmiyengar1h 30mTamar Kelly
    { first: 'Tamar', last: 'Kelly' }
    ×
    6:30 pm iyengar for 1h 30m with Tamar Kelly

    Level 2: The basic postures, standing poses and shoulderstand are refined and headstand, handstand, back bends and pranayama are introduced.

No classes on today :(
  1. 6:30 pmiyengar1h 30mTamar Kelly
    { first: 'Tamar', last: 'Kelly' }
    ×
    6:30 pm iyengar for 1h 30m with Tamar Kelly

    The basic postures, standing poses and shoulderstand are refined and headstand, handstand, back bends and pranayama are introduced.

No classes on today :(
  1. 8:00 amiyengar1h 30mTamar Kelly
    { first: 'Tamar', last: 'Kelly' }
    ×
    8:00 am iyengar for 1h 30m with Tamar Kelly

    Level 2: The basic postures, standing poses and shoulderstand are refined and headstand, handstand, back bends and pranayama are introduced.

  2. 3:00 pmworkshops2h 30mTamar Kelly
    { first: 'Tamar', last: 'Kelly' }
    ×
    3:00 pm workshops for 2h 30m with Tamar Kelly

    The First Saturday of each month for advanced students. The third and fourth weekend of the month is for teacher training with Henryk Liskiewicz and workshops.

No classes on today :(

About

The “I” in the IYoga Project speaks of our dual inspirations. Our method – Iyengar Yoga – and ourselves (“I” practice). Yoga is about exploring and managing ourselves. It starts with building our consciousness of our physical selves. “Wow,” you might...

Read more

The “I” in the IYoga Project speaks of our dual inspirations. Our method – Iyengar Yoga – and ourselves (“I” practice).

Yoga is about exploring and managing ourselves.

It starts with building our consciousness of our physical selves. “Wow,” you might say to yourself, “my left hamstring is so much tighter than my right! Who knew?” This kind of observation develops into a consciousness of the patterns that guide our daily lives, both positive and negative.

Once we know ourselves better, we can make more informed choices. We can refine those choices and observe the consequence of those actions.

The more “I” practice, the better “I” know myself. The better “I” can take care of myself.

IYoga Project promotes try something new! A different pose, a different sequence of poses, a different way of working in the same pose, perhaps a different prop to help you overcome what you think is your inability to do a pose or do it well. This way of working, consciously exploring and observing, brings a freshness, honesty and clarity to our yoga practice. These are all hallmarks of Iyengar Yoga, with its emphasis on alignment, healthy fundamental movement techniques and, above all, conscious action.

Iyoga Project works in different environments (in yoga studios, galleries, homes, conventions, on retreat by the beach and in the mountains) but its mission is always the same. To encourage students to “own” and value their practice and themselves.

View all (2)

Upcoming events

Contacts Iyoga Project