Morning SessionsThere will be six morning sessions per week consisting of traditional Mysore style practice on Sunday-Thursdays and a led primary series on Fridays followed by a short discussion group.
Afternoon SessionsThere will be 4 afternoon sessions per week on Monday-Thursdays. Lectures will be supported with specific simple and non strenuous exercises focused on discovering and deepening the understanding of concepts like body awareness, bandha, prana and the pranic and panic energetic patterns. These sessions are designed as an integrated support for the morning Mysore practice. During these sessions we will also explore the philosophy, history, theory and technique of the Ashtanga Yoga method as taught by Sri K. Pattabhi Join and his grandson R. Sharath Join in Mysore, India. and how we can apply all of this into our daily modern life in a conscious undogmatic manner. Practitioners are encouraged to submit questions or topics they see relevant to the course.
Who Should Join and how to apply.
All levels of practitioners, including beginners are welcome to apply for the course. Everyone will undoubtedly gain valuable insights applicable to both their personal practice and everyday lives and individual guidance will be given to all.To apply please submit a written essay of minimum 300 words introducing yourself and why you want to join the course to Mannu’s email Spaces for the course are limited and all applications will be reviewed on a first come first served basis. It is highly recommended to have at least a basic understanding of the traditional Mysore style Ashtanga Yoga method. For those with no experience to this practice it is advised to contact Mannu to discuss the options.
4 week option: August 5th – August 31st, 2018 2 week option: August 5th – August 17th, 2018Weekly schedule Mornings Sunday – Thursday: 7:00 – 10 am – Mysore style practice Friday: 7 – 10 am – Led Primary Series followed by a short discussion group Afternoons Monday – Thursday: 11:00 am – 2 pm All Classes are held at JANGALIKA🌱, House of Ashtanga Yoga. Koh Phangan, Thailand