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Mysore Style Ashtanga

 

with Vicki Shields SYT

 

SATURDAYS  10:15am - 12:15 (start time to suit you finish at 12.15 am)

ASHTANGA MYSORE STYLE SELF PRACTICE HALE

 

This  is the traditional form of teaching the Ashtanga Yoga method as taught by Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, India. Rather than following the instructions of a teacher, you practice at your own pace whilst given individual guidance and adjustments where necessary. it is like having a private one to one in a group setting. The sequence of postures of the Ashtanga Yoga System gives  a framework to develop your individual practice, a focus to develop a laser like focus of the mind.

 

When practicing ‘Mysore style’ we are able to go through the sequence at our own pace, to the time of our own breath and you are given  individual advice with modifications to suit all levels. This way your practice grows with you, never forcing but moving with your natural evolution.

 

Vicki Shields , Senior Yoga Teacher with over 1000 hours of YA Trainings, in Advanced Anatomy, Advanced Pranayama and Classical Yogic Philosophy. A dedicated Yoga Practice of over 18 years studying with the Worlds leading authorities on Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga including studying in Mysore. A dedicated daily Pranayama practice for over 8 years instructs and guides both her daily life and her teaching. She is a direct student of Sri OP Tiwari one of the few remaining Yogic Masters and sources on authentic teachings of the science and philosophy of Hatha Yoga and Pranayama in the world today and has spent over 12 years studying with Paul Dallaghan, assisting him on his world renowned teacher trainings at Samahita retreat in Thailand

 

 

 

 

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