Ashtanga yoga - Mysore style

The Mysore practices are an individual practice in a group setting. The teacher introduces the students individually to the series and gives them new poses when they have mastered the previous ones. Each practitioner receives personal guidance and assistance.

Mysore sessions are suitable for all levels of practitioners – from absolute beginners to advanced.

In the mysore class you will receive individual attention and you will develop a practice tailored to your physical abilities. We follow our own breath, deepening our focus and meditation skills. If the student has any physical limitations or injuries, the teacher can give individual instructions on how to approach the practice in a safe way.

You can come at any time in the announced time slot, as long as you finish your practice before the end. 

Mysore classes are every weekday (except for the days of the new moon and full moon) in the morning from 7:00 to 10:00 and in the evening from 17:30 to 20:30.

If you are a beginner, the starting hours of the practices are 7:00 and 8:30 in the morning and 17:30 and 19:00 in the evening.

Ashtanga yoga – Led class

The led class is a group practice in which all practitioners move in sync, and the teacher leads, counting the vinyasas in Sanskrit. This helps us to learn and perform the vinyasas correctly in the practice, to breathe properly and to get acquainted with the names of the poses. It is desirable that everyone be 10-15 minutes earlier so that the practice can start on time.

These classes are not suitable for  beginners.

It is necessary to know and practice Half Primary (up to Navasana). Traditionally, in  we practice only the poses that are given to us by the teacher in the Mysore classes. This is not the time to try new poses, as we risk injury. If we do a shorter part of the serie, we stop until our last pose before the backbanding and wait for the final part to join again.

The Led class is every Saturday from 9:00 and includes the Full Primary. You need to apply from the night before.