For several years I've enjoyed practicing sequences from Geeta that were published in the IYASE, Iyengar Yoga Association of the South East, newsletters. Of course, the experience of being at the Institute with an Iyengar's tremendous presence and profound expertise is impossible to convey or replicate. Still the sequences in themselves are wonderful to practice with an experimental attitude.
Here's a sequence for the Women's Class taught by Guruji and Abhijata:
In all the forward bends including A.M.S. Rotate thighs from the back thigh inside out to roll the front thighs in.
In the seated twists, the spine must be upright to revolve to benefit the central nervous system. Not leaning back at a diagonal. Use blankets as needed.
Adho Mukha Savasana/Down Dog
Adho Mukha Vrksasana/Full Arm Balance
Adho Mukha Savasana/ Down Dog
Uttanasana/ Standing Forward Bend
Prasarita/Wide Leg Forward Bend head down
Tadasana/ Mountain standing
Parvrtta Trikonasana/Revolved Triangle
Parvrtta Trikonasana/ Revolved Triangle
Marichyasana III/ Sage twist with arm crossed over bend leg