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Iyengar Yoga South Bay is proud to present:

What is transformation?

A Workshop with Michael Lucey

Saturday, September 28

10:00am-1:00pm and 2:30-4:30pm
Picture of Michael Lucey

Practice and parinama

Prashant Iyengar has said that for an ongoing practitioner of yoga, the most important yoga sutras to think about in relation to practice are those that deal with parinama, transformation, Sutras 3.9-3.12. In this workshop we will begin by reviewing these sutras and reflecting on what transformation might mean for us in the context of our practice. We will spend the rest of the workshop in an asana practice focused on parts of the body where we often feel stuck, and on the different aspects of parinama discussed in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. For the morning session the focus will be on twisting poses, and in the afternoon we will focus on backward extensions and inversions.

Class Fees: Early pricing ends September 21!

All Day$115
$140 After September 21
Morning Class$75
$85 After September 21
Afternoon Class$60
$70 After September 21

About Michael

Michael Lucey discovered Iyengar yoga in 1982 while he was a student living in England. A Senior certified Iyengar teacher, Michael has been fortunate to study with Senior teachers from around the world as well being able to take many trips to Pune to study directly with the Iyengar family. Michael is also a professor of Comparative Literature and French at the University of California, Berkeley and served as President of the Iyengar National Association of the United States from 2014-2016.

The Transformative Practice of Iyengar Yoga

A Weekend Workshop with Randy Just

October 18-20

Picture of Randy Just in trikonasana

Patanjali’s Yoga sutras tell us that the practice of yoga is a means to find our own true selves. According to the sutras we cause ourselves suffering because we identify ourselves only by our outer form or physical embodiment. Yoga is a means to find a deeper sense of ourselves that is not subject to nature or change. Iyengar yoga starts with the  physical body as a means to hone steadiness of body and mind for this inward journey.

This workshop will present a well-rounded practice of asanas for continuing beginners to advanced practitioners of Iyengar yoga. Students should have one year of continuous practice of Iyengar yoga.

We hope you can come and experience Randy’s friendly and knowledgeable teaching.

Workshop Schedule






Registration for the entire workshop is recommended and early pricing ends on October 11. You may register for single classes, space available.

Enitre Weekend$195
$225 After October 11
Single Class$70

Questions: Jitoyumibe@sbcglobal.net

About Randy

Randy Just is a dedicated Senior Iyengar Yoga teacher from Dallas Texas. He is most recently known to the Iyengar community through his successful organization of the 2019 IYNAUS National Yoga Convention hosting Abhijata Iyengar this past April. One reason for the success of the convention were the many volunteers from the community of practitioners that Randy has grown through his teaching and leadership in Dallas and the Southwest region. His students find him friendly, funny, and credit him with helping them get past limitations in their yoga practice. We have included some quotes from his students below.

Randy has been studying with Senior Iyengar teachers in the US and with the Iyengar family continuously since 1992. He has served the Iyengar National Yoga Association (IYNAUS) in many capacities and will be the next President of IYNAUS. 


I’ve been coming to Randy’s classes for about a month now, and I can’t recommend his glasses enough. He is so knowledgeable and is constantly making sure that no one is injured or causing themselves pain while being in a pose. This studio really cares about your body’s health and overall well being! Highly recommend.

Great class! As always Randy is precise with instructions and adjustments that help deepen the practice.

To say that Randy’s classes are a cut above the rest, is an gross understatement. His depth of knowledge and ability to convey concepts in an engaging way, challenges the practitioner, at  any level, to go deeper and broader in the poses. The classes balance rigorous intensity with focus and refinement. Like a really good piece of chocolate, you won’t want to settle for anything less.

My first time attending a class EVER but it was an amazing experience. The instructor was knowledgeable and kind. I thought I would feel intimidated but I think no matter what level of experience the individual, it’s a constant learning process. I would definitely return and recommend this location to anyone no matter the experience level.

Cancellations, Refunds and Miscellaneous

Registrations may be transferred to another person without charge. Refunds will be issued only if a written cancellation request is received by Iyengar Yoga South Bay by three days prior to the workshop. Written cancellation requests may be emailed to jitoyumibe@sbcglobal.net or surface mailed to be received prior to the cancellation deadline. Surface mail should be addressed to: Iyengar Yoga South Bay, Building B, Room 29, 1 West Campbell Avenue, Campbell, CA 95008

No refunds or credit will be given for written cancellations received after the deadline, or for no-shows in the workshops. A cancellation fee will be assessed, either $25 or 15% of the workshop cost, whichever is greater.

On rare occasions, circumstances may make it necessary to cancel or postpone an event. As such, we encourage attendees from out of the area to book refundable/reusable transportation tickets. We will not be responsible for incidental costs incurred by registrants.

By registering for an event, you hereby acknowledge and agree that any photographs or videos taken during the event may be used in marketing efforts, including but not limited to news and promotions (web/print) without compensation to you.

Adjusting an asana