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Mysore Yoga

The primary series breath by breath, with personal guidance


A traditional Ashtanga yoga 'class' where you learn to practice the series independently,  within a group setting. You flow on your own breath, while I am there to give physical and verbal adjustments where necessary. Everyone is welcome, from absolute beginners to experienced Ashtangi who have been practicing Ashtanga Mysore style .

There is only one condition when embarking on your Ashtanga journey; you commit yourself to practice at least every other day, whether at home or in my studio. This way you'll safely build the series into a dynamic 6-day a week practice. Are you ready for this transformational process?

Flexible starting times

At Mysore YOGA  you can start flexibly, provided you finish your practice before the end of the class time. As a beginner, your practice takes up to half an hour. Gradually  this will increase  to a 90 minutes full primary practice.

Early morning practice (like the tradition)

MON t/m FRI 06:00 - 09:00 AM Mysore with Tara

Open practice to learn or further build on the Ashtanga series. Walk in between 6 and 8 am. If you don't know the series yet, no problem Tara will guide you individually or consider to start with the  21 day POWERYOGA Challenge

Weekly verbally led group class

SAT 06:30-8:00 AM Ashtanga Full Primary Led

Class starts at 6:30 am en we all start simultaneously. The teacher verbally instructs. You practice up to where you are in the sequence or up to where the teacher will ask you to stop (for your own safety). The verbally led class is part of the Mysore method and will help you learn to move on the correct breath count. J

There is no class on Moondays (full moon and new moon).



Not familiar with the Ashtanga series yet?

Weather you are a complete beginner to yoga or already familiar with other yoga styles, it's wise to start off with the  21 day powerYOGA challenge

When in doubt, consult with Tara.

Do you  already have a regular Ashtanga yoga practice?

You can start directly in the Mysore classes. There are several options.