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VIRTUAL ASHTANGIS - LOCKDOWN SCHEDULE

A morning, lunchtime and evening Mysore offering for those working from home. Shake off that “desk posture”, clear your head, sharpen your mind and join a community of online yoga practitioners. Ideal for those in different time zones. 

All times are BST during summer and GMT during Winter. 

Monday

`Morning
Mysore
Online Shala
(Zoom)
6.15-8.30 am
Lunchtime Mysore
Online Shala
(Zoom)
12:00-2:00 pm


X


Tuesday

`Morning
Mysore
Online Shala
(Zoom)
6.15-8.30 am


X

Evening
Mysore
Online Shala
(Zoom)
5.45-7.30pm

Wednesday

`Morning
Mysore
Online Shala
(Zoom)
6.15-8.30 am


X




X


Thursday

`Morning
Mysore
Online Shala
(Zoom)
6.15-8.30 am


X


Evening
Mysore
Online Shala
(Zoom)
5.45-7.30pm

Friday

`Morning
Mysore
Online Shala
(Zoom)
6.15-8.30 am
Lunchtime Mysore
Online Shala
(Zoom)
12:00-2:00 pm


X


Saturday



X




X



X


Sunday

Led Full Primary

Online Shala (Zoom)
09.30-11.30 am


X




X


oNLINE CLASS BOOKINGS

IN STUDIO
currently closed

Being in community enriches the journey. Not only is it less lonely but the support of our community encourages us feel accountable to one another, and this makes us want to show up for practice. 

All times are BST during summer and GMT during Winter. 

Monday

Triyoga
Shoreditch
06:15-07:45 am
07.45-09.15 am

Tuesday

Triyoga
Shoreditch
06:15-07:45 am
07.45-09.15 am

Wednesday

Triyoga
Shoreditch
06:15-07:45 am
07.45-09.15 am

Thursday

Triyoga
Shoreditch
06:15-07:45 am
07.45-09.15 am

Friday

Triyoga
Shoreditch
06:15-07:45 am
07.45-09.15 am

Saturday



X

Sunday

Led Full Primary
Online Shala
(Zoom)
09.30-11/30
private yoga

I advocate coming to class and being in community, however,  for some this is not possible. If you require 

1-2-1 teaching this can be arranged. I can travel to you, provide a suitable venue, or teach you online. 

ASHTANGA YOGA

The ashtanga yoga asana sequence comes from the lineage of Sri T. Krishnamacharya, it was popularised by his student Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. It is a moving sequence that links postures together, designed to warm the blood, cleanse the organs, and restore the nervous system. It helps us to feel focused, calm and content. It’s name is inspired by Patanjali’s āstau (8) aṅga (limbs) of yoga. An eightfold pathway recommended by Patanjali as an entry point for those with a distracted mind to work towards cultivating the stillness and discipline needed for the deeper practices of yoga. The ashtanga yoga asana sequence  is underpinned by the system of tristhana – a three point system of concentration that over time moves the practitioner, from the physical, to the inner landscape. Ashtanga yoga was designed to be taught individually, taking into consideration each person’s psycho/social/physical experience. As a teacher of ashtanga yoga, I look for the best entry point for each student and  build the practice at a pace and level that suits them. This way of teaching and learning is colloquially known as ‘Mysore style’. It’s  one to one teaching approach makes it accessible to all body types and conditions, allowing for a diverse group of practitioners to come together as one inclusive community. Whatever your age, body type, or constitution I will meet you where you are and together we will find your practice, a practice that over time you will internalise and memorise, until it becomes part of you.