Students Archives - COLLEGE HILL YOGACOLLEGE HILL YOGA

Archive | Students

RSS feed for this section
img_4775

Post convention and still aglow

It’s been five days since I returned from the national Iyengar Yoga convention and I am still aglow. I have never attended a convention mega class so I didn’t know what to expect. I figured there could be a lot of sitting and listening to lectures–boy was I wrong! We were up and down, moving […]

parsvakonasana

Asana as fact finding mission

In the yoga sutras of Patanjali, yoga is defined as the cessation of the movements in the consciousness. There are five classifications of the movements in the consciousness, they are: correct knowledge, delusion, illusion, sleep and memory. At any time your consciousness can be fluctuating in one of these classes. We hope though to get […]

Iyengar-2

What is Iyengar Yoga known for? (part 3: accommodating students)

Iyengar Yoga is known for: being a method with roots in tradition creating the best of the best teachers accommodating a huge variety of students In the previous post (What is Iyengar Yoga known for? part 2: creating the best of the best teachers) we established that Iyengar Yoga Teachers are highly trained. Often taking […]

teach_adjustment

What is Iyengar Yoga known for? (part 2: the best of the best teachers)

Iyengar Yoga is known for: being a method with roots in tradition creating the best of the best teachers accommodating a huge variety of students Regardless of the reason for taking classes, anyone who attends an Iyengar Yoga class is taught how to be a student of yoga. If you come to class because you […]

Student Testimonial (guest blogger!)

In the winter I started Iyengar Yoga with Aaron Fleming at College Hill Yoga. Much to my surprise months later I am still attending 2x a week. The group classes are easy, informative and encouraging. Class participants cross all ages and have been great to meet. I have been given a lot of information, direction […]

Am I losing money if I can’t make up a class?

Since several students have recently asked me what they should do about classes they have missed I thought I would outline some of the College Hill Yoga policies, as well as explain why classes are organized in sessions. The policy for missed classes is pretty simple – just attend another one during the current session […]

It’s better to be stiff

A vast majority of people, even those of us who are not that stiff, are stiff to some extent. We ALL have tight spots but some of us have to stretch a little further to find them. Occasionally there will be someone coming to class who seems to have very few tight spots at all. […]