Ashtanga yoga of ashtanga vinyasa yoga is a unique, dynamic ad traditional yoga system that combines breath with movement.
In the Astanga vinyasa yoga classes you learn the basic postures of the Primary Series of the Astanga Vinyasa Yoga System.
Each posture is a logical consequence of the previous posture, which creates more and more space in your body and mind.
In addition to flexibility, Ashtanga vinaysa yoga also characterizes the building of strength and endurance.
The sequence of movements combined with breathing, the yoga posture and Drishti (steady gaze) invites you to move with focus and presence.
You thereby increase both your physical and mental strength and flexibility and deepen the concentration of your mind, turning it into a meditation in motion.
In ashtanga vinyasa yoga there are 6 series that build up in physical and mental intensity.
The best time of the day to practice Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is normally in the morning because that is when your mind is most at peace.
Traditionally, the Ashtanga method is taught one-on-one as self-practice. It's called Ashtanga Mysore style.
You will receive personal guidance in these classes so that the yoga practice is completely tailored to your unique physical and mental condition.
Due to the individual guidance, Ashtanga mysore yoga classes are suitable for participants of all levels.
With our busy schedules it is not always possible to participate in the morning so that's why many of the group classes Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga are in the evenings.
Those who get the hang of it over time like to get out of bed earlier for the addictive mysore yoga classes in the morning or take part in one of the evening mysore classes.
For yogis with a serious interest in personal growth and for anyone who is looking for more space, peace and strength in body and mind.
Ashtanga Yoga is suitable for all ages, levels and stages of life.
We offer Astanga-led classes on:
- "beginner level", the Easy Ashtanga lessons;
- "intermediate level", the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga lessons. Intended for those who are more physically advanced in their practice.
- "advanced level", the Ashtanga (half) led lesson. Where (all) the poses of the Primary Series (under the guidance of the teacher's sanskrit count) are performed.