Sunday

7:00 am Mysore Practice

Monday

6:00 am Led Class

Tuesday

6:00 am Mysore Practice

Wednesday

6:00 am  Mysore Practice

Thursday

6:00 am Mysore Practice

Friday

6:00 am Led Class

Saturday

REST DAY

Class descriptions

Classes are continuing on ZOOM

Ashtanga Yoga – Mysore Style

Mysore style is the traditional method of learning Ashtanga yoga as taught by  Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, India for 65 years. His grandson Sharath and daughter Sarswati now carry on the tradition.

Please note: Mysore-style classes are not 2 hour classes – they have a flexible start and finish time.

Students practice individually, learning the Ashtanga sequence of poses at a pace suitable for them, guided by the teacher who gives hands-on individual adjustments and verbal instruction when necessary. The pace and intensity of each Mysore style class is specific to the needs and skill-level of each individual student.  These classes are an effective method for learning Ashtanga yoga.

Counted class – Primary Series

The teacher facilitates the class by calling out the traditional Sanskrit vinyasa count for each posture of the Primary Series. Vinyasa refers to movement synchronised with breath. The entire class moves and breathes in unison – it is a powerful and focused class. Counted class is very beneficial to focus the mind, connect with the breath, feel the rhythm of the practice, and correctly learn the vinyasa count which then helps refine daily self-practice. This class is not recommended for complete beginners, but all current Mysore students are encouraged to make the counted class part of their weekly routine.

New and Full Moon Days in 2022*

New Moon Full Moon
Jan 2 Jan 18
Feb 1 Feb 16
Mar 2 Mar 18
Apr 1 Apr 16
Apr 30 May 16
May 30 June 14
June 29 July 13
July 28 Aug 12
Aug 27 Sept 10
Sept 25 Oct 9
Oct 25 Nov 8
Nov 24 Dec 8
Dec 23

* No  Practice  on  new or full moon days.

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