About Iyengar Yoga

Iyengar yoga is a form of Hatha Yoga which emphasises musculo-skeletal precision and alignment in all postures. The practice is progressive and uses props, where needed, such as blocks, chairs, blankets and belts, to allow Yoga to be practiced by everyone. 

Classes at re-Innergise bring you the classic teaching of Iyengar Yoga while drawing your awareness and emphasis on your energy body. Growing your inner awareness in the poses. Helping you to identify where your body holds tensions and emotions and helping you to release these through the practice of poses.

re-Innergise currently offers:

Monday evening Beginners/General Level Zoom class at 6.15pm

Friday morning in-person mixed ability class at 10am, held at the Wimbledon Guild (£5 per class, booking directly via the Wimbledon Guild)

1-on-1 in-person yoga tuition at home studio in Morden, SW London.

More classes and courses will be added continuously.

Prices 2022:

Online Yoga - £9 drop in
6 Class Card - £45 (equivalent to £7.50 per class)
Private Client 1-on-1 Yoga - £55 (1 hour 15 mins), £250 for 6 class booking (to be used within 3 months of purchase) - Email to book

Classes are held online via Zoom, unless stated otherwise. They are suitable for beginners with at least six months of in person Yoga experience. If you have any specific ailments or health issues, please contact me directly to discuss your needs ahead of joining a class.

Props for online classes: 

Most classes will require minimal use of props for support, but occasionally it may help if you have some available to help you remain in poses or to help with alignment or if you have any particular stiffness or ailments. If you do not have yoga props at home, don’t worry, many common household objects can be used. Some useful props include:

  • 1 yoga mat
  • 2 yoga bricks (or some thick books)
  • 2 yoga foam pads (or some thick books, wide enough to sit on)
  • 1 or 2 yoga blankets (can be house blankets or thick large towels)
  • 1 yoga belt (or a scarf or towel)
  • bolster or some firm cushions or pillows
  • some wall space, especially if you have any stability issues