Here are a few more sequences that you can do while at home.
The Foundation sequence is as the name suggests a beginner’s sequence. It was created by Geeta S. Iyengar, Mr. Iyengar’s daughter. Thanks to Ballarat Iyengar Yoga and Balmain Iyengar Yoga for sharing). This sequence is also useful to get back into yoga after a time of absence.
The menstruation sequence will help you to adjust your yoga practice and find some calm during that time of the month (source: Marrickville Yoga Studio).
The restorative sequence (credit Bobby Clennel) is something you can do as often as you like! A stress reliever and some time to look after yourself during a time when we are all looking after other people most of the day.
If you would like to develop a home practice of yoga in addition to your class practice here are four sequences I found on the Internet which might be a good starting point.
This document contains four sequences which you can do at your own pace wherever you are (credits go to the American Iyengar Yoga Association and the Iyengar Yoga Institute of New York). They require minimal use of props or you can substitute the props for something you have at home for instance a normal chair. There is also a Level 2 for more advanced students (please be advised not to do inversions when you are menstruating).
If you have any questions regarding the sequence or a specific pose, please do not hesitate to contact me.