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Excellent Iyengar Yoga Studio.
Austin Yoga Institute is a studio I'd recommend to anyone and everyone. The founder, Peggy Kelley, is extremely experienced and well trained in the Iyengar method, which is a very effective style of yoga designed to work with all body types. Iyengar yoga is especially recommended for people with injuries, ailments, or diseases, ranging from a sports injury to scoliosis to insomnia. Practitioners are encouraged to use props like blocks and blankets to achieve bodily alignment in spite of any physical limitations.
Peggy's classes are fun and uplifting because of her generous and thoughtful but lighthearted spirit. She has female and male students of all ages and abilities, and her classes are small enough that each person receives plenty of personal attention.
Try Austin Yoga Institute and you might leave feeling wonderful.
Venerable yogis and other talented teachers converge at one of Austin's oldest yoga schools..
Pass through the lobby and the table laden with flyers to check out the artist's wall, which features the works of local creators. Round the corner to confront the minimally decorated main studio for the more dance-oriented classes, such as aikido, capoiera and contact improvisation. Remove your shoes and place them on the wobbly shelf, then grab a mat from the closet. Head to the back studio for meditation and beginner-level yoga classes.
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