The Association

About the Association

Mission StatementThe B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga Association of New Zealand (IYANZ) was established in 1993 to bring together teachers and students of Iyengar yoga.The Association has continued to maintain its foundation aims to protect, promote and foster the words and teachings of Guruji. It has also established a thorough teacher…

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Members Forum

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IYANZ Committees

Executive Committee:Chairperson: Anna TimmsSecretary: Kathleen PowellTreasurer: Jyoteeka CummingsMelodie Batchelor – Northern Region RepresentativeErica Viedma – Southern Region Representative Moderators Advisory Group:Melodie BatchelorMonica HaarSue Lever Assessment and Teacher Training Committee:Chairperson: Tessa MeekSue LeverJo PedenRosie HollandClare Davenport Events Committee:TBA Communications Committee:Lind Editor: Kathleen PowellWebsite Manager: Kathleen PowellBookshop: Glenn McBethLibrary: Jyoteeka Cummings Ethics Committee:Chairperson: Eira Kramer Contact…

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When the Association was established in 1993 Yogacharya BKS Iyengar directed that the Association membership be opened to all those interested in Iyengar Yoga. It provides a network of information about Iyengar Yoga and Yoga events in New Zealand.By joining the Association it is an opportunity to express appreciation…

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The Association provides a Library and Bookshop service to its members….

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The Iyengar Yoga Association of New Zealand offers its members a yearly workshop with an international senior Iyengar Yoga teacher. These workshops are a great opportunity for Association members to come together to learn from some of the world’s foremost teachers.

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IYANZ Meetings

IYANZ Committees hold regular meetings to manage the affairs of the Association. Minutes from meetings of the IYANZ Executive Committee and Assessment and Teacher Training Committee are available for viewing by members of the Association….

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Yoga Link

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“Consciousness, being in conjunction both with the seer and the seen, appears to an average individual to be all-pervading, omniscient and real. When one is cultured and purified, one realises that consciousness has no existence of its own but is dependent on the seer.”

– B.K.S. Iyengar

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