Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yogasana in Mysore style.
Monday to Saturday: Morning 6:00 am to 8:00 am
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is an Ancient Indian Traditional Science of practicing Yogasanas systematically, it was discovered through manuscript of Yoga korunta of Vamana Rishi which was brought to the people by Sri T. Krishnamachar & to Sri K.Pattabhi Jois. Yogasana:“Sthiram Sukham Asanam”.[Steady comfortable posture]. Ashtanga Yoga: The Eight Limbs of Yoga. [Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, Samadhi] Vinyasa: It is a synchronization or combination of Asanas with Breathing, Sight, posture, Time and Bandha along with body moments.It is a systematic moving the body from stillness to movement and back to stillness. Aspects of the asana practice are Breathing, Drishti and Bandha [Trishtana]. Mode of Breathing [ At the time of Yogasana practice ] : Ujjayi Breathing[Throat or Cobra Breathing] Normal Breathing with Rhythmic Sound. Ujjayi breathing creates the internal spiritual fire in the body and burns the toxins in the form of sweat. Bandha: At the time of Asana practice throughout the sequence applying Neuro muscular Locks in the body. Nava Drishti: Specific place to Vision or gazing points at the time of asana practice. The Yoga Chikitsa:The The Primary series is consists of Surya Namaskara A & B , Sixty Asanas sequence including with Vinyasa Krama(Its a variant of SuryaNamaskara) in between each postures and focusing Drishti's for the development of Awareness with Flexibility and strength.
Students who likes to register this course should bring Passport copy, Visa copy and 2 Passport size Photograph.
Students should fill the registration form in the shala itself when they arrive.
Students must pay by cash when they register at shala and full fees are expected from the start date and there will be no refunds or credit for future classes.
Students should arrive 15-20 minutes early so that classes can start on time.
Drop-In classes are not available.
Sundays and Moon days are holiday.
It is recommended to practice for at least one month, but it is possible to attend classes for less than one month depending on your schedule(1 week or 2 weeks). However, you can begin the course at any time.