Yoga summer 2020

Are you staying home this summe? Join us for the 2020 yoga summer in Zug, from July 6 to August 30, 2020!

Enhance and deepen your yoga practise this summer in our studio in Zug. During the whole month of July, we are teaching every day (except Sundays…).

Compile your own personal yoga summer schedule, and enjoy the beautiful summer in Zug. You decide when you want to come to class – as often as you like!

We are teaching almost every day. Join us for the summer!

Come on your own, or convince your partner, your best friend, your mother…

Costs for unlimited summer passes

  • 1 week: CHF 80
  • 2 weeks: CHF 150
  • 3 weeks: CHF 210
  • 4 weeks: CHF 260
  • 8 weeks: CHF 320

All other cards and passes are of course also valid.

Students receive a 50% discount on all cards and passes!

Registration

Email us at info@iyengar-yoga-zug.ch or come directly to the studio!

Offline classes

Good news: starting from Monday, May 11, 2020, we will resume our classes in the studio.

We will publish the details of the timetable in the next few days.

For the next few weeks, we will also keep some of the online classes.

In order to follow all hygienic measures and the safety concept, only 9 people per class will be allowed. It is therefore still necessary to register for each class.

We are looking forward to seeing you back in the studio!

Online yoga classes

Starting this week, we are no longer teaching in-person classes at Iyengar Yoga Zug, since all yoga classes in Switzerland have been cancelled.

We thought: this special time needs flexible solutions.

That’s why we offering online yoga classes, starting on Thursday, March 19. 2020. We have currently scheduled 9 classes per week, which is almost the same as we are usually teaching live.

A big thank you goes to Anna Dahinden, who initiated these online classes with her enthusiasm. Anna will be teaching most of the classes.

We hope that we can help you to stay calm and centered in these special weeks. Also, we are very grateful to you, if you can support our studio with your attendance to survive this crisis (as many other small independent businesses, the ban on events has hit us rather hard).

Online Yoga – here’s how it works

In a normal yoga class, we are close to each other and we can observe each other and provide feedback easily. Online, this is a bit different, and it needs some adaptations.

Online classes are new – both for us teachers as well as for you as participant. We are therefore going step by step and we will find out what works and what doesn’t work. We welcome all your feedback!

General background

  • We are teaching online yoga classes that are happening live at certain times, like our “normal” yoga classes. You can find the schedule on our website. 
  • You have to register online for each class. All cards and passes are valid. 
  • You need a mobile phone, tablet or a computer with a camera (yes, we will be correcting you!) 
  • The duration of a class is 75 minutes, which is slightly shorter than usual (we will not teach certain poses, like Sarvangasana/shoulder balance, because they require props which most people do not have at home).

Preparation

  • Please download the app “Zoom”: https://zoom.us/download (there are different versions for different devices). You only have to do this once.
  • Register online for every class, either on our app or on our website.
    • Attention: in the app, you can only register for a class if you have a valid pass. If you don’t have a valid pass, you can register on our website, where you can buy a new pass with your credit card.
  • Prepare a place at home where you have enough space, and where you will not be disturbed. 
  • You need a mat, and maybe other props (see below) and a stable place for your mobile phone/tablet/computer. Take some time to install yourself before your first class. 
  • You will receive an email with a link for the online class. Each link is only valid for a single class. 

During the online class

  • Be present and practise with us, as in a normal yoga class.

Yoga props

You can borrow props from us during the next couple of weeks, so that you can participate in our online classes with good equipment, without having to buy everything ourself. Please let us know if you are interested in this.

Corona virus – update March 16, 2020

All yoga classes are cancelled with immediate effect, based on the the regulations published by the Swiss government. These rules are in effect until April 19, 2020.

We will keep you informed as soon as we have more information.

Corona virus

At Iyengar Yoga Zug, we have also been thinking about if and how we should continue our yoga classes due to the corona virus pandemic.

We are following the rules imposed by the Swiss authorities. After consulting with the authorities of the canton of Zug, we have decided to continue our classes, although with some restrictions:

  • We are operating a reduced schedule (roughly half of the classes are cancelled). Please always consult our online schedule or our app.
  • We are restricting our classes to a maximum of 12 participants per class, in order to keep the required distance. Please register online for all classes from now on.
  • If you are not feeling well, or if you belong to a risk group, then do not come to class.
  • Before class, please wash your hands thoroughly with water and soap and use hand disinfectant (provided at the entrance).
  • Use our special disinfection swipes to disinfect our yoga mat before class.
  • Keep your distance to your fellow practitioners, also in the changing rooms.

We are closely monitoring the situation and we will adapt our measures if required. Please regularly consult our website.

Stay healthy!

Yoga introductory classes – January 2020

Do you want to start learning yoga from the ground up in a systematic and secure way? Come and join an introductory class in our beautiful and quiet studio!

We are working on a solid basis in the beginning, doing a lot of standing poses. After a while we also start with simple forward extensions, backward extension and also with inversions (shoulder balance). You will receive detailed instructions for each pose and our teachers will correct you individually.

Starting on 6 January 2020, we offer the following introductory classes (Level 1):

  • Monday, 7:45am (taught by Tamara)
  • Tuesday, 9am (taught by Marcela)
  • Thursday, 6pm (taught by Christel)

It’s advisable to join the classes right from their start in the first week. However, you can also join later.

Register online, send us an email (info@iyengar-yoga-zug.ch), or just come along to the studio for the class of your choice.

New teachers in our studio

We are happy to welcome two new teachers in our studio, both will be starting to teach in January 2020.

Tamara Verdugo will be teaching two classes on Monday evenings. Tamara grew up in Guatemala and Chile and she has been practising Iyengar Yoga since 2007. She has successfully passed her Iyengar Yoga teacher exam last year. Tamara is teaching in German.


Christel de Jong will be teaching one class on Thursday evening. Christel grew up in the Netherlands and she hass been practising Iyengar Yoga since 2017. She is currently studying at iYoga Utrecht (Netherlands) to become to be a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher. Christel is teaching in English.

Yoga introductory classes – September 2019

Do you want to start learning yoga from the ground up in a systematic and secure way? Come and join an introductory class in our beautiful and quiet studio!

We are working on a solid basis in the beginning, doing a lot of standing poses. After a while we also start with simple forward extensions, backward extension and also with inversions (shoulder balance). You will receive detailed instructions for each pose and our teachers will correct you individually.

Starting on 2 September 2019, we offer the following introductory classes (Level 1):

  • Monday, 7:45am (taught by Ivan)
  • Tuesday, 9am (taught by Marcela)
  • Tuesday, 6pm (taught by Ivan)

It’s advisable to join the classes right from their start in the first week. However, you can also join later.

Register online, send us an email (info@iyengar-yoga-zug.ch), or just come along to the studio for the class of your choice.

Yoga summer 2019

Also this year: join us for the 2019 yoga summer in Zug, from July 1 to August 31, 2019!

Enhance and deepen your yoga practise this summer in our studio in Zug. During the whole month of July, we are teaching every day (except Sundays…).

Compile your own personal yoga summer schedule, and enjoy the beautiful summer in Zug. You decide when you want to come to class – as often as you like!

For example:

  • Your morning yoga summer: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday at 9am (practising yoga in the morning, jumping in the lake in the afternoon), or
  • Your evening yoga summer: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday at 6pm (hiking in the mountains during the day, practising yoga in the evening), or
  • Everyday, all classes!

Join us for the summer!

Come on your own, or convince your partner, your best friend, your mother…

Costs for unlimited summer passes

  • 1 week: CHF 80
  • 2 weeks: CHF 150
  • 3 weeks: CHF 210
  • 4 weeks: CHF 260
  • 8 weeks: CHF 320

All other cards and passes are of course also valid.

Students receive a 50% discount on all cards and passes!

Registration

Email us at info@iyengar-yoga-zug.ch or come directly to the studio!

Two workshops in June 2019

We are hosting two workshops in our studio in June 2019!

Marcia Monroe (USA) is an Iyengar Yoga teacher and a recognized expert in the field of scoliosis. The workshop is suitable for students with minor back pain, asymmetries, and scoliosis as well as yoga teachers interested in the theme. 

Kristien Van Reusel (Amsterdam) is a senior Iyengar Yoga teacher. Kristien will work on breathing (first part of the workshop on Saturday evening) and on active and challenging poses (second part of the workshop on Sunday morning).

Don’t miss the opportunities to work with those two very experienced teachers in our beautiful studio in Zug.