“Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit. When one is free from physical disabilities and mental distractions, the gates of the soul open”



1918 – Bellur Krishnamachar Sundararaja Iyengar was born in the Bellur district of Karnataka. He face difficulties in the early stages of life. B.K.S Iyengar was born into a large poor family and immediately after his birth, he fell in the grips of an influenza epidemic that left him frail and unhealthy.

1934 – he went to Mysore to live with his eldest sister and her husband, Sri T Krishnamacharya, that soon became his teacher. It was in his school that Iyengar learnt the basic asanas of Yoga, which led to a considerable improvement in his health.

1936 – his GURU asked him to teach in Pune. Slowly and gradually he gained recognition as a teacher.

1966 – the published his first book “Light on yoga” and went to become one of the international bestsellers.

1975 – the RAMAMANI IYENGAR MEMORIAL INSTITUTE of Pune was opened in memory of his late wife.

2014 – B.K.S Iyengar passed away at the age of 95 years.



This method of teaching is oriented towards gradual progress to the foundational postures (asana) and heightened self awareness. Proper sequencing of asanas within a practice plays an important role in achieving maximum benefits from the sessions. After a well sequenced session, one can reach below the surface of the skin, muscles and bones and get in touch with the energetic body at a more cellular level.

Yoga in the Iyengar tradition does not have a scripted sequences that are practiced by everyone. Many factors influence the practice, the weather, age and how you are feeling mentally and physically on a certain day. The different categories of asanas exert different effects not only on your body, but also emotionally.

We offer an effective way to clarify your technique, gain insight into a particular asana or just enjoy opening your body and mind.




The methode is recognised for it’s thorough exploration of asanas as they relate to the physical, emotional and psychological aspects of each individual. The instructions are precise and methodical.


According to Patanjali, man’s purpose on earth is to know himself at his deepest level, his very Self. He enumerated the different disciplines that must be mastered in order to reach this goal and named it “The eight-Fold Path”.


The classes are taught by the Iyengar tradition in accordance with Iyengar Yoga teaching standards and as regulated by the Iyengar Yoga association of France, l’AFYI.


For further information please contact iyengaryogaroquefortlespins
06 15 57 39 07