Certified Iyengar Yoga in Ocean Beach
OBYoga is a privately owned in-home Iyengar Yoga studio, ideal for those students who prefer a small, intimate setting.
All classes are 90 minutes long and follow the Iyengar tradition.
RSVP Required for all Classes
RESTORATIVE / PRANAYAMA
Thursday Jan 23
Saturday Jan 25
(regular class time)
ASANA / PRANAYAMA
Tuesday January 28
*Note early start time
* OPTIONAL *
after the morning class
Every Saturday - Ongoing Chanting
(1st chapter of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali)
Approx 20-30 minutes
Newcomers - please let Chere know in advance if you plan on attending so she can arrange to email required material to print and bring with you in order to follow along during the chanting session.
Saturday Jan 18
(regular class or series price)
A set sequence of poses is provided with minimum instruction as required. Names of poses will be called out in Sanskrit and English, and students will follow along.
- Cultivate and develop confidence to practice at home.
- Learn to refine focus and capacity for observation, integration and concentration.
Students are expected to have a basic understanding of Sanskrit asana names and should know how to take care of themselves using modifications when required.
Everyone in attendance will receive the sequence to practice at home.
Ongoing Iyengar Yoga students only
August 2019 Led Practice Group
100 Years of Iyengar Yoga Celebration
at Iyengar Yoga Ocean Beach
"Yoga is for one and all.” This was the conviction that led B.K.S. Iyengar (“Guruji”) to undertake the journey of yoga for himself and make yoga available to anyone who sought it. Guruji stood graciously like a lighthouse for all those who came to yoga.
“We are human beings, so we should have the qualities to help human beings. That is what I feel is charity.” – BKS Iyengar
Thank you to the 11 students who attended the 2017 International Yoga Day fund raiser at OBYoga June 17, 2017. $184 was raised for the Bellur Trust.
"Guruji has told us we can best demonstrate our gratitude for his teachings by supporting the transformation of his ancestral village of Bellur. Some of the landmarks already achieved are a free hospital, water treatment facilities, India's first temple dedicated to Patanjali, and the free primary and high school which supply uniforms, books and a hot lunch, often the children's only meal of the day." IYNAUS