Iyengar Yoga Certification Level: Intermediate Junior Level 3
Bonar first began to practice and study yoga over twenty five years ago. Drawn to the physical and psychological benefits of yoga, his commitment to his daily practice and exploration into yogic philosophy inspired him to become a yoga teacher.
After qualifying as an Iyengar Yoga teacher in 2002, Bonar spent time in Pune, India, studying at the Ramamani Iyengar Yoga Institute with the Iyengar family.
In August 2006, Bonar opened Yogasarvasya Studio in the West End of Glasgow. He has taught yoga weekends in Scotland and Ireland and has also organised yoga holidays in the South of Spain.
Iyengar Yoga Certification Level: Intermediate Junior Level 1
Ruth has been practicing Iyengar Yoga for over ten years.
Over these years she has seen and appreciated how her practice has had a positive influence on her overall wellbeing; physically, mentally and emotionally.
In 2013 Ruth qualified as an Iyengar Yoga teacher and now hopes that through her teaching other people will experience all the benefits of Iyengar Yoga as well.
She has also had the opportunity to attend Iyengar Yoga classes and workshops throughout Europe meeting many interesting and lovely people along the way!
Iyengar Yoga Teacher's Certification Mark:
The Certification Mark is a registered trade mark awarded to teachers
who are approved members of the Iyengar Yoga (UK)
Iyengar Yoga Certification Level: Intermediate Senior Level 3
Helen has been practicing yoga since she was at school and teaching Iyengar yoga since 1990.
She is the only Senior 3 Teacher in Glasgow and the West of Scotland. As well as running training courses for people wanting to learn to teach Iyengar yoga, Helen is also an exam assessor and was recently appointed to the senior role of moderator and is now involved in assessment policy making in the UK
Helen studies at the Iyengar Institute in Pune India every year she has just completed her 40th visit.
Iyengar Yoga Certification Level: Introductory Level
Lisa has been studying and practicing yoga since 2001. It wasn't until 2013 that she discovered the Iyengar method which went on to transform her practice and understanding of asana in a major way. Lisa quickly decided to move away from other styles of yoga to pursue a course of extensive training to become an Iyengar yoga teacher. She passed her Introductory assessment in June 2019