Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic form of hatha yoga with postures flowing one into the other in a moving meditation, with the student's eventual aim being to reach a point of practice that emphasizes tristhana, the three points of attention, the asana, the breath and the drishti, or looking place. These three elements affect the three levels of purification; of the body, the nervous system and the mind.
A guided class working systematically through the asanas of the Primary Series
Mysore Self Practice
This is the traditional form of ashtanga yoga as taught by the late Sri K Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, South India.
Self practice is suitable for all levels, including absolute beginners.
Many describe self practise as a private class in a group environment. A self practice class allows each student to work at their own pace and rhythm while receiving personal attention and instruction from the teacher, as well as physical adjustments.