Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is a method of practice that consists of a dynamic sequence of physical postures linked together by the breath. The focus on synchronizing breath and movement together creates an internal heat and a purifying sweat that works to both detoxify the body and cleanse the mind. The set sequence of postures allows for a progressive unfolding as each posture is worked with one by one and the continued repetition offers a unique lens to view ourselves honestly. When practiced with regularity and consistency, Ashtanga Yoga can help us reach greater levels of self-understanding and growth.  Because of the individualized  approach,  we are able to thoughtfully explore each person’s needs in an informed way.  As the practice deepens we gain access to a softer inquiry of the mind and the self limiting beliefs that so often arise. 

Mysore Method
The traditional way of practicing Ashtanga Yoga is in the Mysore setting where students practice together, side by side.  Each person practices the set sequence of postures in their own way and at their own pace while receiving individual guidance. This allows for a very personalized approach and helps to grow a deep and trusting relationship between teacher and student. As this trust deepens so does the practice.Over time self limiting beliefs and old habit patterns begin to unravel and we have an easier time catching a glimpse at what is possible when we move beyond.Yoga connects us to our deeper parts and consistent practice is the medicine necessary for that to happen.

 

Guided Primary Series

For those students who want to supplement their individual practice and practice in community, we offer a Guided Primary Series class where the teacher leads the class through the traditional sanskrit vinyasa count.  This brings precision to our personal practice and calls attention to habit patterns that can be hard to discern on one’s own

 

Offerings
Mysore Medicine
Mondays 7:00am -9:00am

on zoom..By Donation on Venmo @Devorah-Sacks

The Mysore room is a home away from home for so many of us and showing up in a room of familiar faces and energies is an integral part of the Mysore experience. Patanjali teaches that yoga is specific to time, place, and circumstance. 🕉
And for now, our circumstances have changed.
Please join me on Monday mornings on  zoom  for some Mysore Medicine. We will begin class together as I lead us through Surya Namaskar A and B and then each of you can break out into your personal practice. I will hold the space and offer individual care and instruction through verbal cues.
Prior to signing into class, please email me with anything I should know about your practice… any and all injuries, weaknesses, inconsistent energy, feeling stuck or whatever else you’re working with. Please let me know so I can optimize our time together.

Begins Monday June 1st
Class Time: Mondays from 7am-9am

I will be online at 6:45 to answer any questions and I will also be available afterward, until 9:15, if you want to check in about practice or anything else. I will do my best to meet each of your needs through our virtual interaction.

Class is by donation.

Please get in touch with any questions.
🙏

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic all in shala classes are currently on hold.  Please check back for updates to the schedule.

 

Guided Primary Series
To practice the primary series while being led through the traditional vinyasa count brings a precision to your practice and also calls attention to habit patterns that can be hard to discern on your own.  It’s also is a very sweet way of practicing in community.
 
Friday- 8:00 AM-9:30 AM

Sunday- 9:00 AM-10:30 AM

class fee: $20

***both Friday and Sunday Guided Primary Series classes are included in the Mysore unlimited month pass.***

     


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Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is a method of practice that consists of a dynamic sequence of physical postures linked together by the breath. The focus on synchronizing breath and movement together creates an internal heat and a purifying sweat that works both to detoxify the body and cleanse the mind. The sequence of postures allows for a progressive unfolding as each posture is worked with one by one. This repetition of postures offers a unique lens to view ourselves honestly and, when practiced with regularity and consistency can help us reach greater levels of self understanding and growth.  Becausehe individualized  approach,  we are able to thoughtfully explore each person’s needs in an informed way.  As the practice deepens we gain access to a softer inquiry of the mind and the self limiting beliefs that so often arise..  Because of the individualized  approach,  we are able to explore each persons physical needs respectfully and thoughtfully.  As our practice deepens we gain access to a softer inquiry of the mind and the self limiting beliefs that can often arise through  the challenge of  practice. The repetition of postures helps teach us how  to view ourselves honestly and, when practiced with regularity and consistency we can reach greater levels of self understanding and find transformation. 

Mysore Method

The traditional way of practicing Ashtanga Yoga is in the Mysore setting in which each student moves through their own personal practice while practicing in the group setting.  Student works within the set sequence of postures in their own way, at their own pace, while receiving individual guidance by a qualified teacher. This kind of daily commitment  allows for a deep exploration of asana, and our own movement partterns as well as helps us develpp an intimact with elop an intimacy with your own movement patterns with our mental and emotional habits. This personalized approach to practice helps to grow a deep and trusting relationship between teacher and student. As this trust deepens so does the practice.

Over time self limiting beliefs and old habit patterns begin to unravel and we have an easier time catching a glimpse at what is possible when we move beyond.

Yoga connects us to the deepest parts of ourselves and consistent practice is the medicine necessary for that healing.

This practice is for all levels; experienced practitioners, those new to Ashtanga Yoga, and those brand new to yoga.

Offerings
Mysore Medicine
Mondays 7:00am -9:00am

on zoom..by donation on Venmo @Devorah-Sacks

The Mysore room is a home away from home for so many of us and showing up in a room of familiar faces and energies is an integral part of the Mysore experience. Patanjali teaches that yoga is specific to time, place, and circumstance. 🕉
And for now, our circumstances have changed.
Please join me on Monday mornings on #zoomfor some Mysore Medicine. We will begin class together as I lead us through Surya Namaskar A and B and then each of you can break out into your personal practice. I will hold the space and offer individual care and instruction through verbal cues.
Prior to signing into class, please email me with anything I should know about your practice.. any and all injuries, weaknesses, inconsistent energy, feeling stuck or whatever else you’re working with. Please let me know so I can optimize our time together.
Begins Monday June 1st
Class Time: Mondays from 7am-9am

I will be online at 6:45 to answer any questions and I will also be available afterward, until 9:15, if you want to check in about practice or anything else. I will do my best to meet each of your needs through our virtual interaction.
Class is by donation.

Please get in touch with any questions.
🙏

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic all in shala classes are currently on hold.  Please check back for updates to the schedule.

 

Guided Primary Series
To practice the primary series while being led through the traditional vinyasa count brings a precision to your practice and also calls attention to habit patterns that can be hard to discern on your own.  It’s also is a very sweet way of practicing in community.
 
Offered the first Friday of each month:
  • Time: 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
  • Begins Friday, April 3rd, 2020
  • Class Fee: $20.00

Register & Purchase Classes

Ashtanga Yoga is a method of practice that consists of a dynamic sequence of physical postures linked together by the breath. The focus on synchronizing breath and movement together creates an internal heat and a purifying sweat that works both to detoxify the body and cleanse the mind. The sequence of postures allows for a progressive unfolding as each posture is worked with one by one. The repetition of postures offers a unique lens to view ourselves honestly and, when practiced with regularity and consistency we can reach greater levels of self understanding and growth. 

Mysore Method

The traditional way of practicing Ashtanga Yoga is in the Mysore setting in which each student moves through their own personal practice while practicing in a group setting.  Each student works within the set sequence of postures in their own way, at their own pace, while receiving individual guidance by a qualified teacher. This allows for a very personalized approach and helps to grow a deep and trusting relationship between teacher and student. As this trust deepens so does the practice.

This kind of daily commitment  allows for a deep exploration of the physical postures and your own movement patterns as well as mental and emotional habits

Over time unconscious habit patterns and self limiting beliefs begin to unravel and we have an easier time catching a glimpse of what is possible when we move Beyond.

Yoga connects us to the deepest parts of ourselves and consistent practice is the medicine necessary for that healing.

This practice is for all levels; experienced practitioners, those new to Ashtanga Yoga, and those brand new to yoga.

 

Guided Primary Series

For those students who want to supplement their individual practice practicing in community, we offer a Guided Primary Series where the teacher leads the class through the traditional vinyasa count.  This brings precision to our practice and calls attention to habit patterns that can be hard to discern on one’s own

 

Offerings
Mysore Medicine
Mondays 7:00am -9:00am

on zoom..by donation on Venmo @Devorah-Sacks

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic all classes are currently on hold.  Please check back for updates to the schedule.

     

Guided Primary Series
To practice the primary series while being led through the traditional vinyasa count brings a precision to your practice and also calls attention to habit patterns that can be hard to discern on your own.  It’s also is a very sweet way of practicing in community.
 
 Friday- 8:00 AM- 9:30 AM
Sunday- 9:00 AM-10:30 AM 

            Fee: $20.00


Register & Purchase Classes
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