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Yoga for Life: 4 Month Program

January 26 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Yoga for Life: 4 Month Program 

TBA: Fall 2018

Yoga for Life is a four month program designed to help students establish yoga as a way of life. It is an immersion in yoga practice beyond asana that will inspire students to develop, enhance and deepen their practice of Iyengar Yoga. A firm foundation of yogic practice gives us the means to live our lives more fully, to create nourishing relationships and to serve the world in all of our unique ways.

You’ll meet monthly with a community of other dedicated students and your teachers to practice, discuss and explore all of the different aspects of yoga. Each weekend will include a combination of asana, philosophy and chanting, discussion and some basic anatomy & physiology.


This program is for you if….

You’re ready to go beyond the asana, physical postures of yoga

    You want to establish or grow your personal practice of yoga

You’re curious about yoga philosophy and mantra chanting practice

You want to deepen your spiritual practice of yoga

You want to build strong relationships and join a community of like-minded people


Requirements: It is recommended that students have at least 6 months of regular practice in the Iyengar Yoga tradition and familiarity with headstand and shoulderstand.


Meeting Dates in 2018

Meets Friday evening plus Saturday and Sunday afternoons on:

January 26-28

February 23-25

March 23-25

April 20-22



Cynthia Bates

Anneke Faas



$795 for the entire program

Pay in full now by check and receive a special gift of a Pune eyewrap!
$200 non-refundable deposit to save your space

The balance will be due by January 5, 2018

A small number of workstudy/scholarship will be offered. Please email info@adelineyoga.com for details.






Cynthia Bates is a seasoned Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher (CIYT) at the Intermediate Junior II level. Her goal as a teacher of yoga is singular, to inspire transformational experiences that lead to positive life change. For Cynthia, injury, illness and trauma can all be used as a skillful means for spiritual practice. She is a devoted student of Manouso Manos, Victoria Austin, B.K.S. Iyengar and the Iyengar family with whom she had the honor of studying with in India in 2010, 2012 and 2014. She furthers her education by assisting Manouso Manos weekly in public classes and participating in specialized yoga therapeutics training with Manouso Manos and Lois Steinberg.  Visit her website at www.cynthiabatesyoga.net

Anneke Faas is a certified Iyengar yoga instructor at the Intermediate Junior 2 level. She was inspired by the precision and genius of Mr. Iyengar’s teaching at the age of 14 during her first year of high school where she was an avid athlete. Teaching yoga in college to her peers, Anneke started her teacher training with Nancy Stechart and Leslie Bradley in 2002. She continued her studies upon moving to New York City and graduated from the premiere Iyengar Yoga Association of Greater New York Teacher Training program under the mentorship of the late Mary Dunn. Since then, Anneke has had two sons and now lives in Berkeley, California. As a teacher, Anneke has a warm presence and commands her classes with ease and careful focus. She is especially drawn to working with mothers, helping to reduce the stress and tensions of everyday life. She has specialized training in pre-natal yoga. In addition to regular public classes, Anneke offers weekly private lessons, corporate classes and mentors aspiring Iyengar yoga teachers-in-training. Visit her website at www.annekefaas.com.


January 26
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm