The 3 ways to get started learning Yoga at A.Y.S
1) Ashtanga Introduction Course
July 9th-August 3rd
This is a month long 5 day a week intro to Ashtanga. This class will introduce you to the mysore style class, the traditional, effective and individualized method that characterizes learning ashtanga yoga. By learning one posture at a time, you’ll memorize the sequence of postures that make up the introductory or primary series. Through repetition and practice you become skilled in performing a posture, and then you’ll be taught the next posture in the sequence. Day by day, posture by posture, through concentration, effort, and repetition you gradually increase your knowledge of the asana’s and the transitions that link them together in the sequence. Within this short 4 week time span, by attending class daily in this intensive setting, you’ll accumulate enough knowledge to create an potent, independent, dynamic meditation practice. This course welcomes you, and provides you with a serious, fun, and safe environmentt to make a strong beginning. By participating in this course you’ll be ready to continue to make progress and advance your studies in the traditional mysore class.
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2) The Mysore Class
The best way for beginners and new students to begin practicing at AYS is by studying in the ongoing Mysore Class. We require a commitment of at least 3 days a week for one month but also recommend that you attend class daily. When you are ready to begin either contact us or simply show up to a scheduled Mysore class (please take into account moon day calendar for scheduled rest days). Before attending the class please fill out our information form, sign our waiver and make your payment. Because we prefer that you attend classes for at least a month in order to receive proper instruction, we do not allow ‘trial’ drop in classes for new students. Instead we ask students who are uncertain about learning Ashtanga to come and observe a class. If you decide that you’d like to join in, then talk to the teacher about the details of getting started. There is no need to make an appointment to observe a class- just stop by whenever a Mysore class is scheduled. Learn more about the Mysore Class. (click here). To see class times (click here).
3) Private classes
You can begin comfortably in your home or at our studio with one to one instruction. contact David at: (206) 330-9216 or email firstname.lastname@example.org