Mysore Style Classes

best way to start a yoga practice poses are slowly added over time at your own pace

Mysore Style classes allows people of all levels to practice and work at their own pace .

NEW TO YOGA? OR HAVE SOME YOGA EXPERIENCE?

START A MYSORE PRACTICE BY SENDING US AN EMAIL

Each student practices the poses they have learned at their own pace. When newly starting a Mysore practice, students are instructed individually. 

The teacher’s attentive presence is there for assistance in postures, the sequence and to address any questions or concerns. 

  

Beginner programs available upon request

please send us an email to get started info@ashtangayogalv.com

Schedule

Mysore class schedule

 

Tuesday to Friday

5:30am – 7:00am Mysore

Doors open between 5:25-5:30am

Mysore instruction starts at 5:45am

 

JANUARY
MOONDAYS 

STUDIO WILL BE CLOSED ON THESE DAYS

JANUARY 10, FRIDAY

JANUARY 24, FRIDAY

Rates

$20
Drop In for visitors and those with an existing practice

cash and

CC accepted

(3% PROCESSING FEE)

Visiting students and students with existing Mysore practice
Class packages
$115 – 8 Class pass (students with an existing practice only)

( Valid for 30 days )

ONE-ON-ONE PRIVATE CLASS

 

Available Upon Request

Customized yoga class designed for your needs

 

Mysore Style
Etiquette

  • Please refrain from eating 2-3 hours before practice
  • Keep your mat clean and odor free
  • Bring a towel
  • Refrain from drinking water during practice (as we are trying to build heat in the body and drinking cools the body down)
  • Avoid using any lotion or moisturizers and scented products
  • Refrain from unnecessary talking
  • Communicate any injury or illness to the teacher
  • Inform the teacher if you are pregnant
  • Respects your limits and listen to your body
  • Never hesitate to ask the teacher for help
  • Respect student-teacher relationship, listen to follow the teacher’s instructions
  • Postures are given in a sequential order, each posture is designed to prepare you for the rest of the series
  • Stick to the traditional sequence and vinyasa, do not skip postures