produced by the Special Events Committee of 2004 Iyengar Yoga Convention (Parampara: In the Tradition of Patanjali) (IYNAUS �" 2007) Running time 45 minutes. Drawing on archival and current film footage, interviews, and photographs and intimately narrated by his daughter, Geeta Iyengar, this documentary captures the essence of Yoga Master B.K.S. Iyengar, world renowned Yoga practitioner, teacher and author.
This 72 minute film spans 9 decades of Guruji’s life and over 70 years of his practices and teachings. It shows him as Guru, Teacher, Husband, Father and Shishya- a multifaceted personality. The story is narrated by internationally acclaimed actor Nasseeruddin Shah, an Iyenger yoga student himself. The film contains extensive footage of Guruji’s practices, teachings, interviews and daily life style.
Yogacharya BKS Iyengar's 3 day Course highlighted at the First China-India Yoga Summit in June 2011 held in Guangzhou, China. This collection contains 12 DVDs for 20 hours of content covering the Opening Ceremonies through the closing ceremonies.
Please note: The DVD set is sold 'as is' - these copies are from China and we cannot replace them if they have defects.
This DVD brings together B.K.S. Iyengar and His Holiness The Dalai Lama in a historic discussion on the Paths to Happiness. Together they share their wisdom and their expertise on how each one of us can find happiness and avoid suffering in our own lives. This knowledge has come from intense practise and inner realization. Run time: 1 hour, 28 minutes.
Reflection was the first-ever Iyengar Yoga Convention dedicated to therapeutics. On these DVDs, Geeta S. Iyengar presents the theories and principles of therapeutics in each category of asanas - supine, prone, seated, standing, and backbending - as well as Pranayama. Geeta emphasized that these sessions were only the beginning of our exploration of yoga therapeutics. Participants were urged to study the DVDs, to work with other Certified Iyengar Yoga Teachers to familiarize themselves with the teachings, and to absorb the information gradually over a period of years.