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Morning Mysore at Private Yoga in Frankfurt Feb 1-29

Morning Mysore with adjustments and guidance by me!

During Mysore, you learn the ashtanga sequence, if you don't already know it, and then you practice at your own pace. I will guide you and adjust you as needed.

Class is daily Mon-Fri and Sun Mornings. Sat is rest day.

Where

Mörfelder Landstraße 44, Frankfurt am Main Hessen, DE 60598
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Type of Event

  • Workshop

Yoga Styles

Levels

When

Feb 1 to
Feb 29
2016
06:30 amto08:30 am

Daily Mysore for all levels

February 1-29, 2016
Morning Mysore Self-Practice
at Private Yoga, Frankfurt, Germany

For prices, please contact the studio

Monday-Thursday, 6:15-8:45 AM Morning Mysore
Friday, 6:30-8 AM Morning Mysore
Saturdays, Rest Day
Sundays, 8-10:30 AM, Morning Mysore

Price

20 €

Please contact the studio for pricing.

Full Description

February 1-29, 2016
Morning Mysore Self-Practice
at Private Yoga, Frankfurt, Germany

For prices, please contact the studio
Monday-Thursday, 6:15-8:45 AM Morning Mysore
Friday, 6:30-8 AM Morning Mysore
Saturdays, Rest Day
Sundays, 8-10:30 AM, Morning Mysore

​Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga is a set sequence of poses done coordinating one breath with one movement. The three focal points are ujjayyi breathing (breathing with sound), bandhas (internal energetic locks), and dristi (gazing point). The sequence is progressive in nature and each pose builds upon the previous one, becoming more challenging as one advances in the practice over time. The practice of Ashtanga yoga is a gift that we can give ourselves as it allows the practitioner to memorize and internalize the sequence and take it with us wherever we go. It cultivates a sense of independence and discipline and helps us to find the balance between strength and flexibility in our practice and then apply that to our lives, which is where the “real yoga” happens. Ashtanga yoga will leave you feeling energized and clear, ready to embrace the day and all its wonderful surprises.

I have a liberal, non-dogmatic approach to asana and believe in using the body in the most intelligent way possible. While non-traditional in some ways, I adhere to the general principles of the Ashtanga Vinyasa method.