B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga Centre
The Yoga Center is temporarily closed. All the cards will remain valid.
1. Live YouTube classes Mon 9.30am, Wed 9.30am & 6.30pm
Zoom class on Saturday 9.30am Details
The Live class stays online 72 hours and in the playlist.
This week 8-14/02: Forward bending and torsions
2. Other classes on line by Zoom: by our teachers https://aumyogazoom.weebly.com/
3. Intensive Lev 2 Sunday 7 March on Zoom with Rita Poelvoorde & Willy Bok
4. Matinee lev 1 on Zoom with Stephane Bourhis
We take all the necessary measures to ensure compliance with the health measures in force and to enable you to practise in complete safety.
The Centre is cleaned and disinfected regularly. Hydro alcoholic gel at your disposal at the entrance and alcohol at 95° in the room and in the sanitary facilities. The areas will remain ventilated.
Please follow these rules:
Come 'masked'. The mask can be removed during the practice on your mat.
Respect the distance of 1m50 between students at all times.
Bring your own yoga mat.
Bring a towel to cover the equipment you are borrowing.
Practice programmes in the time of Coronavirus
1. PRACTICE WITHOUT PROPS video 54 min
3. EMOTIONAL STABILITY on video 22 min English
4. SELF CORRECTING with the wall video 36 min
5. Online Education Prashant Iyengar lesson 1 video
Welcome to the website of the BKS Iyengar Yoga Centre of Brussels in Ixelles.
Willy Bok and Rita Poelvoorde opened this centre in July 2017 in Ixelles in a back house located near Place Flagey. The center had been inaugurated in Etterbeek in 2008. Eight assistant teachers have now joined them. The classes are given in two rooms with the props at the students’ disposal.
The yoga method which follows the teachings of Mr. BKS Iyengar (deceased 20.08.2014), an Indian yoga master living in Pune, India, where his daughter Geeta taught until her demise on 16.12.2018 and where his son Prashant and grand daughter Abhijata Sridhar teach in the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute.
Mr. BKS Iyengar has reinforced the alignment in the postures, developed the intensity and duration of each posture as well as the art of sequencing to enhance the benefits on the physical, physiological, nervous, mental and spiritual components of health. In order to practice the postures (asanas) with proper alignment and safely, props such as blankets, wood blocks, belts, ropes, chairs, benches, suspensions … are used and put at the students’ disposal.
The method is systematic and progressive: it aims to first reinforce the student’s self confidence. The practitioner rediscovers his own body potential while limbering his joints and toning his muscles. The digestive, urogenital, respiratory, cardiac, nervous and hormonal systems are irrigated. The class closes with a deep relaxation; the student is freshened and revivified, ready to face the ups and downs of daily life.