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Intro to Mysore-style Yoga Practice

Posted by on April 18, 2013

Hello Boston, we have an introduction to Mysore workshop coming up. This is a great way to get your feet wet and start off with a one month commitment to Mysore practice! Also a great way to get in the groove again if you’ve been out of practice for awhile.

Uth Pluthi - mysore style ashtanga yoga - photography by Cara Brostrom


Introduction to Mysore with Kate O’Donnell

New date! Saturday, April 27 | 8 AM – 9:30 AM | Karma South End

Please note this workshop has been postponed by one week due to current events unfolding in the city of Boston. It has been rescheduled from its original date of April 20th, to April 27th.

Traditionally, the practice of Ashtanga Yoga is learned from one teacher, in increments, over the course of time. As one posture is mastered, the next is offered. “Mysore style” refers to the way the practice was taught in the Indian city of its origins, Mysore. In this style, students move and breath at their own pace, and the teacher has the ability to observe and adjust students individually. This workshop is meant to teach you the sun salutations and finishing postures, as well as introduce the philosophy behind this method of yoga practice. My hope is to provide an opportunity for you to explore the tradition, and to help you feel comfortable in your own practice so you may begin attending daily morning classes and learning the sequence. Class is appropriate for absolute beginners, as well as students of other styles. All ages are welcome.

Cost: $75, includes Mysore practice free for one month! Payment may be made at class, cash or check only.

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