ASHTANGA YOGA- LED PRIMARY SERIES
On the led classes, we concentrate on deep ujjayi breathing and the correct order of asanas (postures). We all move and breathe together. After a few classes, you will be able to memorize the sequence, improve in the postures and enjoy the bliss of yoga.
ASHTANGA YOGA- MYSORE STYLE
The heart of Ashtanga Yoga is in Mysore, South India, therefore the traditional method to practise Ashtanga Yoga is called Mysore style. It gives you the space to focus and follow your own breath. Everyone practise independently at their own pace while surrounded by the energy and inspiration of the others in the room. You have time to explore the postures and go with your own breath. I adjust students individually through the sequence and help them to deepen their practice.
Beginner Ashtanga Yoga
Beginner Ashtanga Yoga
PTE Botanical Garden
Mysore style Ashtanga Yoga
5 class card (90 min) – 10.000 HUF (valid for 2 months)
10 class card (90 min) – 21.000 HUF (valid for 3 months)
Monthly unlimited 14.000 HUF
FREE class after every 10 class card purchased (could be gifted to a friend)
Drop-in (90 min)- 2500 HUF
Private sessions are a powerful way to connect with yourself and to focus on your specific needs and improvement.
Available 1-to-1 or 1-to-2.
ABOUT ASHTANGA YOGA
Ashtanga is fundamentally a path of spiritual transformation and personal development, based on the eight limbs of Yoga. It is a living tradition rooting back to Patanjali, Sri T. Krishnamacharya, and Sri K. Pattabhi Jois.
Ashtanga Yoga wakes up the internal fire and life energy. Vinyasa is the breath-synchronized movement. By practising the correct order of the asanas (postures), it creates a continuous flow of energy that heats up the body. As concentration increases, the breath, mind, body, and soul come into union.
Traditionally, students are practising every day except Saturdays and moon days.
8 LIMBS OF YOGA
ASHTANGA~ THE PATH OF SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT
ASTEYA- non- stealing
BRAHMACHARYA- right use of energy
APARIGRAHA- non- attachment
SHAUCHA- purity of mind and body
TAPAS- control of senses
SVADHYAYA- self- study
ISHWARA PRANIDHANA- devotion
Asana – Postures
Pranayama – Life force expansion
Pratyahara – Withdrawal of the senses
Dharana – Concentration
Dhyana – Meditation
Samadhi – Perfected concentration
TO DEEPEN YOUR PRACTICE AND MASTER ASHTANGA YOGA
YOGA SUTRAS – PATANJALI
YOGA MAKARANDA PART I AND II
– SRI TIRUMALAI KRISHNAMACHARYA
– SRI K. PATTABHI JOIS
– JOHN SCOTT
ASHTANGA YOGA THE PRACTICE MANUAL
– DAVID SWENSON
– LINO MIELE
ASANA PRANAYAMA MUDRA BANDHA
-SWAMI SATYANANDA SARASWATI