Friday 28th September - Sunday 30th September 2018

€35 per session (excluding Sunday)
€60 Saturday only
€120 Full Wknd (incl Friday)

This September, don't miss a great opportunity to learn and practice the Iyengar yoga method and techniques. We are happy to be hosting once again, Iyengar Yoga Teacher Stefano Bendandi, joining us from Gokarna India.

18:00 - 20:30
FRIDAY We will start the weekend workshops with a practice dedicated to the Uttistha Sthiti (standing poses). The standing poses include all the movements of the limbs: contraction, extention, expantion, rotation, elongation and twisting. 

10:00 - 12:30
SATURDAY Morning practices will continue from where we left off on Friday night; building on the foundations we made with the Uttistha Sthiti or standing poses. Students will explore how the body is connected in these poses, leaving you confident and enlightened in your standing poses.

14:00 - 16:30
SATURDAY AFTERNOON Practice we will develop Purva Pratana Sthiti/BACKBENDS, Viparita Sthiti/INVERSIONS

14:00 - 16:30
SUNDAY Practice will build on foundation we have created in the previous workshops including Purva Pratana Sthiti/BACKBENDS, Viparita Sthiti/INVERSIONS, as well as hip opener psoses and Restorative practices.


The Iyengar method is a most accessible style of yoga for any individual, regardless of your body or mind's abilities. The system of teaching is methodical and progressive, emphasising safety, alignment and the development of self-awareness. The lessons introduce the use of props to facilitate learning and accommodate safe appropriate poses.


To reserve your place a €50 deposit is required. Please get in touch for details.


Stefano Bendandi has practiced Iyengar yoga for 19 years. He has participated in numerous workshops with senior and advance teachers in Europe and India. He studies regularly at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute (RIMYI) in Pune, in the Iyengar Yogashraya and in the Yogabhyasa in Mumbai as well as in the School of Iyengar Yoga in Ravenna. He teaches regularly all over the world, and from his shallas in Gokarna India and Ravenna Italy.