Free Iyengar Yoga practice tutorials and presentations by Eyal Shifroni.
Free Lessons From Eyal’s Online Courses
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In these clips, Eyal gives tips on props uses and demonstrates some methods shown in his books.
Short Clips for Students of All Levels
Short Clips for Intermediate and Advanced Students
A Sequence to Increase Optimism and Joy
Tamas is a state where one lacks energy, and there is lethargy and laziness. One may feel down and even depressed. The sequence is energetic, opens the chest, and encourages deep inhalations to clear up the clouds of despair.
Establishing and Structuring Self-Practice
How to start self-practice at home and advice for students who already practice at home and wish to deepen their practice (published in the British IYUK magazine, 2015).
A Short Index for the Photos in Light on Yoga
The book “Light on Yoga” contains 602 photos, it’s a treasure trove because Guruji’s photos are inspirational. However, because the book covers so many asanas it isn’t easy to find a photo of a specific asana. In order to help with quickly finding a photo. Here is a short index according to the asanas families.
A Short Sequence for Beginners
From Eyal’s book Props for Yoga Volume I – Standing Asanas. This short sequence can be a starting point for self-practice. Because the sequence involves minimal props, it can be done anywhere.
Forward Bends for Beginners
From Eyal’s book Props for Yoga Volume II – Forward Extensions. Includes standing poses, forward extensions, and the Sarvangasana cycle.
An Intermediate Level Sequence
From Eyal’s book Props for Yoga Volume III – Inverted Asanas. This is an intermediate-level sequence that starts with some standing poses and shoulder openings, before moving to the inversions. Supta Vīrāsana is given as relaxation between the active standing poses and the inversions which follow.
Restorative & Prānāyāma – for Advanced and Intermediate
From Eyal’s book The Extended Chair for Yoga. This sequence includes several supported backbends that open the chest and prepare for Prāņāyāma. You may do this sequence, or parts of it, in your morning Prāņāyāma session.
Home & Office Practice
From Eyal’s book The Extended Chair for Yoga. Practice this sequence at home or at your workplace. It is simple, short, and doesn’t require special props – all you need is a regular chair. You may practice it a few times a day, whenever you feel the need to refresh.
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