Classes in Mysore style
Traditionally, Ashtanga Yoga is taught in Mysore style (Mysore is the former name of the town where the method was created). In this style, all practitioners practice at their own level and are assisted individually by the teacher. This type of class is well suited for beginners.
As a beginner, your first class will consist of learning the first sun salutation, perhaps the second one as well, and the three finishing poses. This takes about 30 minutes. During this time period, I will guide you. You then practice these poses at home in order to become familiar with the sequence. Once you have mastered it, I will teach you more poses over time. Within a few months, your practice will take between 45 and 60 minutes, assuming that you practice on a regular basis.
In private classes (on site or online) I can attend to your needs even more specifically, no matter if you are a beginner, are switching to Ashtanga from another style or would just like to take your practice
to a different level.
Led classes are not suitable for beginners. In order to participate, you should at least know and practice the standing positions.
Ashtanga Yoga has the advantage over other styles that the practitioner can, after an initial period, do the practice also without instructions and the presence of a teacher, e.g. do self practice.
You can find the weekly schedule and also the timing of special workshops here in the calendar.
As it can vary due to bank holidays or my vacation, it is a good idea to check what is the actual schedule, should you not have been to the shala in a while.
All relevant information (timing, type of class, pricing) will pop up, if you point the cursor on the individual event (no clicking required).