Yoga that moves you further and takes you deeper.

Offering classes and workshops for students of all levels and abilities. Taught by certified teachers who will safely and progressively help you develop and learn. The benefits can change your life.

Meet Our Teachers

We’re proud to introduce our Certified Iyengar Yoga Teachers (CIYT). Every teacher at IYISF continues their studies with teachers in the direct lineage of B.K.S. Iyengar and is certified in the Iyengar Method. Earning an Introductory level of certification represents approximately 800 hours of training. Achieving Junior and Senior levels constitutes thousands of hours of dedication, study and practice.

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FREE Members Yoga Sutras Study Group: The Kleshas with Sandy Lamerson

January 20, 2021

In this 5-week series we will study the kleshas, the mental, emotional and instinctual afflictions. The kleshas are avidya (ignorance, delusion), asmita (egoism), raga (desire/attachment), dvesha (hatred/aversion), and abhinivesa (clinging to li


Feet and Ankles Workshop with Jaki Nett

January 23, 2021

Correct feet placement is the corner stone for standing poses in Iyengar yoga. The skin at the bottom of the feet, the sole, is very sensitive to pressure. Becoming aware of your soles while practicing will heighten your understanding to the p


3-Week Intro Series with Nathan Blum

January 19, 2021

This Introductory 3-Week Series is designed to introduce the Iyengar yoga method. You will learn principles of Iyengar yoga and fundamental postures. The practice will promote strength, flexibility, and relieve stress. Each class will build upon


Winter Introductory Course: Steadiness & Delight with Sharon Hawley

January 23, 2021

In these 10 weeks, everyone will begin… at the beginning! Do you feel your body may not lend itself to yoga? Think again! Are you stiff? Out of shape? No matter! This course is for you.


Calm Mind

Yoga is the stilling of the changing states of mind.

- Yoga Sutra I.2


The future depends on what we do in the present. Mahatma Gandhi