3 Week Yoga Intensives
The Center For Yoga of Seattle’s Intensive Yoga Courses are a terrific way to learn the basic series of postures and to make outstanding and rapid progress in flexibility, strength and stamina.
The PM intensive course takes place Monday-Friday and last a total of 3 weeks for 12 sessions and meets Monday thru Thursday afternoons from 4:30pm-5:45pm.
Iyengar Yoga is such a great form of yoga, so unique, and powerful, and of such a high quality that it should not be missed! This form of yoga has it all: focus, concentration, accessibility, variety, energy, excitement, relaxation, and calm.
These type of progressive immersion courses are very rare. We are one of the only places in the Northwest to offer this opportunity.
|12 Session Progressive Intensive Course|
We often offer these classes at substantial discounts especially for early registration. click here to see if any specials are running for the intensives.
The Benefits of Intensive Courses
Our Level 1 Progressive Intensive Course is specially designed if you:
- Are brand new to Hatha Yoga in general or to The Iyengar Method in particular
- Have been studying another form of yoga
- Have been practicing less than two years
- Are not practicing on a daily basis and want to learn how daily practices are performed
- Want to accelerate your progress
Please note that enrollment is strictly limited and many previous beginner Intensive Courses have been filled to capacity, at times with long waiting lists. You may retake the Level One Course any number of times.
The Level 2 Progressive Intensive Course takes over from where the Level 1 Course ends and is designed for students who:
- Have taken a 4 week intensive
- Have been practicing Iyengar Hatha Yoga for at least 4 months
The Level 2 Intensive Course has a much faster pace than the Level 1 Course. Poses are held longer, and are more cardiovascular and strength-oriented. If you take both levels back to back you will get the most from this very powerful combination.
I. M. D.
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
JoAnn A. Fortman