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					IYENGAR YOGA CENTRE of VICTORIA
 

Thank you for your interest in becoming a member. Please print a copy of this form and bring it to our 
office or mail it along with your cheque or money order to: 

Iyengar Yoga Centre Society of Victoria 
202 ‐ 919 Fort Street 
Victoria, BC   V8V 3K3 
 

Membership/Subscription fee is $40 + HST Canadian residents only = $44.80 CDN and is renewable 
each January. 

 

Membership benefits include 5% discount on classes, free practice times at the VYC, timed practices, 
early registration and discount on workshops, borrowing privileges in our library, eligibility to become a 
board member and eligibility for scholarships for workshops. 

 

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Address: ______________________________________________________________________ 

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City: ________________________________  Province: _________________________________ 

Country: _____________________________  Postal Code: ______________________________ 

Phone: __________________________  Email: _______________________________________ 

 


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Description: Iyengar Yoga for the crowd: character active, want to increase the flexibility of the body of people (especially the body hurt, who is recovering). Physical and psychological benefits: Los Angeles Institute of Yoga BKS Yi Yinjia Leslie Peters said: "Ai Yinjia yoga is characterized by emphasis on correct body posture, and emphasis on detail." Attend need the help of some tools such as tape, boxes and blankets and so on. With them, you can put the emphasis on action to do the same time the accuracy of position. Some pose for 1 minute or longer sometimes, in order to achieve coordination, the purpose of correction of bone and muscle.