Daily Ashtanga Yoga Mysore
Fire up your morning with Daily Ashtanga Yoga Mysore
Daily Ashtanga Yoga Mysore self-practice flows all year round with Prem and Radha from Sunday to Friday at the shala. We begin at 7.30am sharp, so get here at 7.15am with Eddie’s shuttle service or by motorbike if you’re proficient. Come join us with your Yoga mat and your best self.
We ask for a one-week minimum sign-up for our daily Mysore practitioners although we strongly recommend 2-4 weeks.
For those of you that are new to the Mysore method we have a three-week minimum.
We take Saturdays, Full and New moon days off because these are rest days in the Ashtanga Yoga tradition. Check out the calendar to be sure what’s on and when.
How do I sign up for daily Ashtanga Yoga Mysore at AYBRC?
Fill in the form with your dates, details and queries and we’ll get straight back to you.
What is Ashtanga Yoga Mysore?
Based on Patanjali’s eight limbs of yoga, Ashtanga consists of Primary, Intermediate and Advanced sequences. 6 set sequences of asanas (poses) with 3 key principles, or the Tristana:
Ujjayi breathing – a breathing technique that you perform throughout your practice
Dristi – where you gaze in each pose (e.g. nose, brow, toes, fingers etc)
Bandha – Redirection of energy that we use to activate the body throughout the practice
Vinyasa is also an integral part of the Ashtanga method. It is actually called “Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga” – It is the vital movement with breath that helps to build heat and dynamic flow.
If you’re reading this then you’re probably new to the game and will be focusing on the Primary Series. Don’t worry about learning the sequence in advance. The Mysore style works because your teachers give you the poses one by one.
We’ll take care of you and guide you at a pace that’s right for your body and your life. Taking it one step at a time so you get to understand, respect and integrate the process, which is why we stand by Ashtanga Mysore over a led class.