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Guru Ji

14. Dec.1918 - 20.Aug.2014

Guruji B.K.S. Iyengar the legendary yogacharya leaves behind a legacy, which breathed new life into yoga and made it popular all over the world. Born in a poor Iyengar family in Bellur, through out his childhood he struggled with malaria, tuberculosis, typhoid, fever and malnutrition. A major turning point in his life awaked him in 1934 when he moved to Mysore and began to practice yoga under the tutelage of his brother-In-law Sri Tirumalai Krishnamacharya and the rest as they say is history.

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Neeru Kathpal

Neeru Kathpal started learning Iyengar Yoga in 1999. She is a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher and a regular practitioner for over 15 years now. She dedicated herself to Iyengar Yoga in 2000 and began teaching in 2010. Neeru has had the great fortune to receive her teacher-training certificate from BKS Iyengar. Her iyengar journey started under the guidance of Nivedita Joshi, who also trained her for teacher training course. She continues to study extensively at RIMYI, the Iyengar institute headquarters in Pune and considers herself very blessed to have studied with Yogacharya BKS Iyengar and his children, renowned teachers Geeta and Prashant Iyengar. Neeru follows the traditional, disciplined Iyengar approach to yoga with a lot of energy and humor.

Mitu Bhargava

Mitu Bhargava is an Iyengar Yoga instructor with about 16 Years of study and practice . Her certificate has been awarded directly by Guruji BKS Iyengar . She has studied extensively at RIMYI Pune and considers herself blessed to have studied with BKS Iyengar and Geeta and Prashant Iyengar . She has been teaching since 2010 .

Upcoming Programs
  • Morning Introductory batch

    Starting from 23rd April,2019

    Days Tuesday & Friday

    Timing 10am to 11:15am

iyengar yoga


Technique refers to the precision of the body alignment and the performance of pranayama.


Sequence means the sequences in which asanas and breathing exercises are practiced. Following the specific sequence is important in achieving the desired result, because only the combination of certain poses and breathing techniques can ensure the expected positive effect.


Timing is the third key element, which defines the time spent in each pose or pranayama.