Mon-Fri 6.30/7am start
Mon-Weds 9am start
Sat 8.00am start
Mysore class is ideal for practitioners who have a good foundation in the practice with some knowledge of the sequence.
It allows you to maintain your practice at your own level and pace (with your own breath).
The benefit of the Mysore style is that you get to practise in a room without a lot of verbal instruction, so it helps you to draw your focus inward like a moving meditation.
Wednesdays 6.30pm - 6 week course
If you’ve tried the drop in half led and would like to develop a deeper foundation of Astanga the beginners course is for you.
It will give you the opportunity to break down the postures in detail and access a solid foundation of the practice. You will also have time to discuss any issues or questions that arise with your teacher
Wednesdays 8pm (10 weeks)
Our intro to self-practice courses give students the chance to develop a self-practice within the traditional Mysore style. Great for those with some experience of Astanga yoga and who wish to develop a self-practice outside led classes. Kathryn guides and supports on a one-to-one basis within the group setting with the aim of giving students the confidence and knowledge to attend any Mysore style or led Astanga class.
Monday 6.30pm & Thursday evenings 7.30pm
Friday mornings 6.30am and evenings 6pm
Drop-in classes will still be challenging for all practitioners but if you’ve never done an astanga class before this is a good place to start.
Thursday evenings 7.30pm. Friday mornings (6.30am) and evenings (6pm)
Full led primary classes are led in sanskrit with an emphasis on the counted breath. The mediative rhythm dictated through the count helps you to develop the stamina needed for the practice. Ideal for practitioners who have some experience of Astanga.
Tuesdays 8pm (6 weeks)
This course breaks down the postures in detail and offers students an understanding in the foundations of the practice. Best for complete beginners to yoga or those new to astanga yoga.
Traditionally Astanga yoga is not taught on moon days (days when there is a full or a new moon), as the potential for injury is greater.
There are no early morning classes on moon days but the 9am Mysore Classes and evening classes run as normal.