Styles of Yoga
Vinyasa: this system draws its influences from the roots of the Ashtanga Vinyasa system. Often accompanied by music, sequences within these classes will vary, adding an element of playfulness, but retaining an adherence to alignment and technique, ensuring a foundation for a safe and more effective practice.
Ashtanga Mysore Style is the traditional way Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is taught. The class is not led but rather all instruction is one-on-one within the group class setting. Students practice their own portion of the Ashtanga Primary Series of asanas, following their own ujjayi breath, creating a meditative space to calm your mind and explore your boundaries. The teacher assists each student individually by giving physical adjustments and verbal instructions.
*As Mysore Style is an open-ended class, you can join the session at any point up until 30min before the end of the scheduled time slot and do your practice. Eg. 8:30-10:00. You may enter the yoga room at any point till 18:30. Beginners to this style are encouraged to be patient. It takes a bit of time to build up your practice.
Ashtanga Led: This is a led class. You will be guided through a portion of the Primary Series, learning the fundamentals of standing and seated posture, while practicing the art of synchronising your breath to your movements.
Where is the studio?
How to pay?.How much?
5-Class Pass: R400 (valid for 2months)
10-Class Pass: R700(valid for 4months)
Monthly Unlimited: R650
Students+Pensioners: R500 (month unlimited)
Mate-Rate: Both you and a friend/partner get a monthly unlimited for R1100 (R550 Each)
Bank details: AJH Waite, ABSA, Savings acc 9034677471
• Monthly Unlimited payments are due on the first of every month and are non-refundable.
• Payments can be made in cash or via EFT (use your name as reference).
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- asana – pose / posture
- pranayama – regulation of breath/prana
- savasana – corpse pose
- surya namaskar – sun salutation
- namaste – acknowledgement of mutual divinity, Oneness
- virabhadrasana – warrior pose (1, 2 or 3)
- parsvakanasana – side angle pose
- ahimsa – non-harming
- santosha – contentment
- vairagya – detachment