The first known adaptation of yoga to a simple chair and other props was made by B.K.S. Iyengar in 1952, during several yoga presentations he did for westerners. Being a person who struggled with several health complications and impairments, he developed sequences for specific injuries. He introduced the concept of adapting the posture to each person or situation and not the other way around. In this series, attention is given to comfort and the anatomical shape of postures to eliminate the variables that may inhibit us, allowing us to breathe with space and safety. All you need is a standard solid chair, some space, pillows, optionally a rope, music is always welcome, or, on the other hand, silence if you want to connect deeper to the sound of your breathing.