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Nora Burnett has been teaching Iyengar Yoga for over 30 years. She came to Iyengar Yoga with many years’ experience in dance and bodywork and has always been fascinated by anatomy, physiology, and the human spirit. When she began studying and practicing Iyengar Yoga in 1986, she was quickly drawn in by the depth of the practice—the attention to alignment, the sequencing, the philosophical foundation, the use of props—and has continued to find the path to be virtually limitless. Having had the good fortune to travel to India 6 times to study with the Iyengar family, in addition to great teachers here in the U.S.A., Nora works to impart and share what she has learned as part of the living wisdom and tradition of BKS Iyengar, and to be open to each student she meets.
List of Nora’s Sessions
Seated Poses and Forward Bends: Diving Deeper
Sat Visnu Middling
We'll begin with seated poses with a focus on opening the hips and shoulders, extending the spine, and work into seated forward bends, interspersed with some twisting asanas and culminating in Pavritta Janu Sirsasana. Along the way, we'll .explore how the asanas are related to one another and how the actions and openings are developed that allow for bending forward more deeply and comfortably.