Ashtanga is like the ballet of the dance world. It's old, traditional and challenging. It teaches us to be patient with our bodies as it learns to heal and strengthen through methodical sequencing. It highlights discipline, devotion, dedication and determination in our daily practice on and off the mat. The hardest part is simply showing up on your mat. Let practice take care of itself.
Move at your own pace and level. Ashtanga is a traditional yoga practice with a set sequence that you learn gradually over time. Sounds pretty sweet right? If you’re new to yoga, this may be a great place to start building your yoga practice. If you want to learn the Ashtanga method and already have a background in other styles of yoga, this is also a great place to begin. Practice for a newbie can be as short as 20 minutes. More seasoned practitioners may practice up to 2 hours. There is a wide range of levels and abilities in one class and all is welcome. It’s like getting a private but in a group setting. What can beat that? All levels are welcome.
**Important** Mysore can be as short as 30 minutes for the beginner to as long as 120 minutes for a seasoned practitioner. Show up anytime between the 2 hours as long as you finish by the end time.
It’s a checks and balances kind of practice. You’ll find this set sequence challenging yet rhythmic as it is taught with the proper vinyasa count. Come to this class to tune up your Mysore practice or gain exposure to these set of postures in Ashtanga’s first series.
ALL LEVELS VINYASA
New to yoga? Seasoned pro? This all levels flow class is a great platform to build body awareness, strength and flexibility without taking it too seriously. The class is scalable to fit your practice whether it be brand spankin' new or you need some good ole' fashion vinyasa. We provide fun yet challenging options for your practice. Gain confidence in your practice by structuring a solid foundation through this one hour led class. Some light demoing may be provided. There'll be a combination of forward folding, hip opening, spinal twists, back bending, and some basic arm balance and inversion prep. You may scale down or up according to what you’re comfortable with and capable of that day. We encourage beginners to get their yoga feet wet in this fun fluid class. All levels are welcome.