Ashtanga yoga based on ancient yoga teachings but popularized in the 1970s, each of the six established sequences of postures rapidly link every movement to breath.
Also referred to as Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, this vigorous style is influenced by the teachings of T. Krishnamurti and was developed by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in the 20th century. Ashtanga, which means "eight-limbed," involves synchronizing breath with progressive and continuous postures, producing internal heat and detoxifying the body.
Astanga Vinyasa Yoga is a disciplined Sequence of asana syncronised with breath, count, sight (gaze) and posture (Vinyasa) . In Astanaga vinyasa yoga breathing deep into the back of the throat (ujjayi breath) air is converted to oxygen which detoxifies the blood , the physical benefits are longevity, intelligence, superior health, elimination of all body fat (impurities) a strong flexible body and leave you with a pure mind Although these are apparent side effects of the practice the main physical purpose is to purify the system and strengthen the pulse and bones.
People who wants to study Traditional method of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga , We well come you to Mysore mandala Yoga shala . Each student will taken care and help them to understand the proper moments , Breathing , alignment of there body.
Here Ashtanga Vinyasa yogasana teaches in three stages,
Here you can Experience practicing Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga in different levels, primary , Intermediate and Advance A & B series with experience teacher.
On Demand private classes are also be taken for beginners and for Intermediate series.
It requires that the students applying for this course have at least 6 months of Ashtanga yoga practice. (You may as well practice under IndeaYoga certified teachers available close to your location). If this is not the case, you may enroll yourself for the Ashtanga Yoga Mysore Style Classes before you start your course in teacher training. Priority will be given to our past students and IndeaYoga practitioners.
One will attend two strong asana practices per day. Morning asanas coverAshtanga Vinyasa primary or intermediate series. Afternoon practices will primarily incorporate Indea Innovation series - back bending, hip opening and balancing asanas (including AdhomukhaVrikshasana and PinchaMayurasana). Teachers are also engaged in understanding the key points in teaching certain asanas to students
Teaching of all three series is thoroughly imparted in the following structure by Bharath Shetty, and students are expected to know this detail for each asana by the end of the course and for the exam.
Students are expected to learn the prescribed opening and closing prayers, their meanings, and also familiarize themselves with chanting few other mantras and Kirtans.