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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Autumn Foundation of Practice with Ana-Mari Hamada

November 2, 2019

During this course of study, students will explore the 8 limbs of yoga as presented in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. Particular attention will be placed on helping each person to develop the values and skills required to deepen in the practice.


Art of Teaching: Open House with Jito Yumibe

November 9, 2019

Curious about Art of Teaching? IYISF warmly invites you to join Victoria Austin, Brian Hogencamp and Jito Yumibe at one of our Open House events. During the course of the evening you will meet the instructors, learn more about the program, have


5-Day Early Morning Immersion, ON PRACTICE: Learning, Inspiration, and Discovery

November 4, 2019

We learn in class. What about practice? A personal practice transforms what is learned into our own experience, opening the doorway to yoga itself. Not sure how to practice? Seeking motivation? Already practicing, but seek variety or direction?


3 Classes for $36 Welcome Pass

Choose from any class on our schedule.* Our experienced, highly-trained Iyengar yoga teachers provide you with the highest quality of guidance to improve your health, free your body and transform your life.


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