Ashtanga Yoga Mysore Style
The practice in its original teaching according to the tradition of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and Sharath Jois. Class recommended for those who know the sequence even at a beginner level: it is the traditional way to learn and start your yoga practice. Self practice, under the guidance of an expert teacher, teaches you to take responsibility for your own practice and to develop a relationship of deep trust with the teacher who will accompany you over time in the study of postures, from the simplest to the most advanced, in a Safe. To be included immediately in the Mysore style classes even if you don’t know the sequence, a basic yoga background and a continuous commitment of at least two practices a week for a month are required.
Ashtanga Yoga Intro
Class dedicated to absolute yoga beginners where you learn sun salutations and basic standing and sitting positions. The teacher guides the sequence at a slow pace to learn the first part of the First Series of Ashtanga Yoga, taking care of the basics of breathing and alignments in the positions. The practice is introduced in a way accessible to all with explanations and variations. After an initial period, the beginner will be invited to Mysore Style classes.
Ashtanga Yoga Full Primary Series
Guided class according to the tradition of Sri. K. Pattabhi Jois and Sharath Jois, reserved for those who already practice in Mysore Style classes. The sequence follows an essential and sustained rhythm, marked by the exact counting of the respiratory acts and the vinyasas in Sanskrit. Through this practice the sense of rhythm in vinyasa is developed. The licensed teachers at KPJAYI Mysore are committed to transmitting the integrity and purity of this ancient Indian practice.
Appointments dedicated to the study of pranayama for those who, after having developed a continuous practice, wish to learn the discipline. The course is not open to beginners.
Dynamic practice class, inspired by the work of Dona Holleman, which comes from the teacher’s experience in composing màla, sequences of asanas, in a creative way to learn to perceive the expressive potential of the body in the infinite architectures of vinyasa. A teaching that gradually accompanies the practitioner to face the yoga positions by grasping the structural elements of rooting, centering, elongation and breathing in vinyasa. Class open to all levels of practice.