August Yoga


2562, 3rd Flr, 24th Main Rd,
14th Cross Rd, 1st Sector, HSR Layout, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560102

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Ashtanga Yoga
Description

The Ashtanga Yoga system is a living lineage that dates back thousands of years in an unbroken line of teachers, sages and gurus.Ashtanga literally means “eight-limbs” and by practicing each of the limbs all of the impurities in the body and mind are destroyed. The first four limbs are externally oriented and include the various ways we behave in the world (the yamas and niyamas), the control of the body through asana (poses) and the control of the breath through pranayama. The last four limbs follow on spontaneously after many years of practice: pratyahara (sense withdrawal), dharana (single-pointed focus), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (liberation).


Class Size

8 - 12


Benefits

1. Personal attention: Like a private class within a group, each student receives personal attention and guidance from the teacher. There is space and time for the teacher to observe students in their practice and give adjustments when needed. This personalized assistance is tailored to the students’ individual needs, which happens less frequently in led classes where generalized instructions are given.2. Increased concentration and focus: This is a much more personal and internal way of practicing yoga. When confronted with our own practice, we have to face distractions, discomfort and the wandering mind. The physical practice aims to bring us back to that focused state, rather than passively listening to a teacher or watching others. This is a more meditative aspect of yoga.3. Move at your own rhythm and pace: Spend more time on postures that are challenging and place a greater emphasis on making the practice your own. Besides, everyone in a Mysore style class is going at a different pace and practicing different asanas, so perhaps there can be less comparing and competing.4. Group dynamic: There is something special about practicing in a room full of people. This may be hard to describe in an objective manner, but there is a sense of ‘energy’ in a Mysore style self practice room. A space where one simply hears the sound of breath, the movement of bodies and senses the body heat. This magical ‘energy’ often carries you on through the practice.


What to Carry/ Wear

  • Women can wear breathable form-fitting tops (cotton or linen preferably) and yoga pants (capris/full length or shorts)
  • Men can wear well fitted t-shirts tanks track pants or shorts
  • Choose fabrics that soak up sweat from your skin and allow your skin to breathe
  • Carry a water bottle
  • Towel
  • Yoga mats are provided at the studio (but if you like you can bring your own mat)
06:15AM - 07:15AM Free Past
07:15AM - 08:15AM Free Past
08:15AM - 09:15AM Free Past
06:30PM - 07:30PM Free
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Name
Member
Pricing

Ashtanga Yoga

Description

The Ashtanga Yoga system is a living lineage that dates back thousands of years in an unbroken line of teachers, sages and gurus.Ashtanga literally means “eight-limbs” and by practicing each of the limbs all of the impurities in the body and mind are destroyed. The first four limbs are externally oriented and include the various ways we behave in the world (the yamas and niyamas), the control of the body through asana (poses) and the control of the breath through pranayama. The last four limbs follow on spontaneously after many years of practice: pratyahara (sense withdrawal), dharana (single-pointed focus), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (liberation).


Class Size

8 - 12


Benefits

1. Personal attention: Like a private class within a group, each student receives personal attention and guidance from the teacher. There is space and time for the teacher to observe students in their practice and give adjustments when needed. This personalized assistance is tailored to the students’ individual needs, which happens less frequently in led classes where generalized instructions are given.2. Increased concentration and focus: This is a much more personal and internal way of practicing yoga. When confronted with our own practice, we have to face distractions, discomfort and the wandering mind. The physical practice aims to bring us back to that focused state, rather than passively listening to a teacher or watching others. This is a more meditative aspect of yoga.3. Move at your own rhythm and pace: Spend more time on postures that are challenging and place a greater emphasis on making the practice your own. Besides, everyone in a Mysore style class is going at a different pace and practicing different asanas, so perhaps there can be less comparing and competing.4. Group dynamic: There is something special about practicing in a room full of people. This may be hard to describe in an objective manner, but there is a sense of ‘energy’ in a Mysore style self practice room. A space where one simply hears the sound of breath, the movement of bodies and senses the body heat. This magical ‘energy’ often carries you on through the practice.


What to Carry/ Wear

  • Women can wear breathable form-fitting tops (cotton or linen preferably) and yoga pants (capris/full length or shorts)
  • Men can wear well fitted t-shirts tanks track pants or shorts
  • Choose fabrics that soak up sweat from your skin and allow your skin to breathe
  • Carry a water bottle
  • Towel
  • Yoga mats are provided at the studio (but if you like you can bring your own mat)
06:15AM - 07:15AM
Free Past
07:15AM - 08:15AM
Free Past
08:15AM - 09:15AM
Free Past
06:30PM - 07:30PM
Free
Member
Pricing
Ashtanga Yoga
Description

The Ashtanga Yoga system is a living lineage that dates back thousands of years in an unbroken line of teachers, sages and gurus.Ashtanga literally means “eight-limbs” and by practicing each of the limbs all of the impurities in the body and mind are destroyed. The first four limbs are externally oriented and include the various ways we behave in the world (the yamas and niyamas), the control of the body through asana (poses) and the control of the breath through pranayama. The last four limbs follow on spontaneously after many years of practice: pratyahara (sense withdrawal), dharana (single-pointed focus), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (liberation).


Benefits

1. Personal attention: Like a private class within a group, each student receives personal attention and guidance from the teacher. There is space and time for the teacher to observe students in their practice and give adjustments when needed. This personalized assistance is tailored to the students’ individual needs, which happens less frequently in led classes where generalized instructions are given.2. Increased concentration and focus: This is a much more personal and internal way of practicing yoga. When confronted with our own practice, we have to face distractions, discomfort and the wandering mind. The physical practice aims to bring us back to that focused state, rather than passively listening to a teacher or watching others. This is a more meditative aspect of yoga.3. Move at your own rhythm and pace: Spend more time on postures that are challenging and place a greater emphasis on making the practice your own. Besides, everyone in a Mysore style class is going at a different pace and practicing different asanas, so perhaps there can be less comparing and competing.4. Group dynamic: There is something special about practicing in a room full of people. This may be hard to describe in an objective manner, but there is a sense of ‘energy’ in a Mysore style self practice room. A space where one simply hears the sound of breath, the movement of bodies and senses the body heat. This magical ‘energy’ often carries you on through the practice.


What to Carry/ Wear

  • Women can wear breathable form-fitting tops (cotton or linen preferably) and yoga pants (capris/full length or shorts)
  • Men can wear well fitted t-shirts tanks track pants or shorts
  • Choose fabrics that soak up sweat from your skin and allow your skin to breathe
  • Carry a water bottle
  • Towel
  • Yoga mats are provided at the studio (but if you like you can bring your own mat)
06:15AM - 07:15AM Free
07:15AM - 08:15AM Free
06:30PM - 07:30PM Free
Trainer
Name
Member
Pricing

Ashtanga Yoga

Description

The Ashtanga Yoga system is a living lineage that dates back thousands of years in an unbroken line of teachers, sages and gurus.Ashtanga literally means “eight-limbs” and by practicing each of the limbs all of the impurities in the body and mind are destroyed. The first four limbs are externally oriented and include the various ways we behave in the world (the yamas and niyamas), the control of the body through asana (poses) and the control of the breath through pranayama. The last four limbs follow on spontaneously after many years of practice: pratyahara (sense withdrawal), dharana (single-pointed focus), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (liberation).


Benefits

1. Personal attention: Like a private class within a group, each student receives personal attention and guidance from the teacher. There is space and time for the teacher to observe students in their practice and give adjustments when needed. This personalized assistance is tailored to the students’ individual needs, which happens less frequently in led classes where generalized instructions are given.2. Increased concentration and focus: This is a much more personal and internal way of practicing yoga. When confronted with our own practice, we have to face distractions, discomfort and the wandering mind. The physical practice aims to bring us back to that focused state, rather than passively listening to a teacher or watching others. This is a more meditative aspect of yoga.3. Move at your own rhythm and pace: Spend more time on postures that are challenging and place a greater emphasis on making the practice your own. Besides, everyone in a Mysore style class is going at a different pace and practicing different asanas, so perhaps there can be less comparing and competing.4. Group dynamic: There is something special about practicing in a room full of people. This may be hard to describe in an objective manner, but there is a sense of ‘energy’ in a Mysore style self practice room. A space where one simply hears the sound of breath, the movement of bodies and senses the body heat. This magical ‘energy’ often carries you on through the practice.


What to Carry/ Wear

  • Women can wear breathable form-fitting tops (cotton or linen preferably) and yoga pants (capris/full length or shorts)
  • Men can wear well fitted t-shirts tanks track pants or shorts
  • Choose fabrics that soak up sweat from your skin and allow your skin to breathe
  • Carry a water bottle
  • Towel
  • Yoga mats are provided at the studio (but if you like you can bring your own mat)
06:15AM - 07:15AM
Free
07:15AM - 08:15AM
Free
06:30PM - 07:30PM
Free
Member
Pricing
Ashtanga Yoga
Description

The Ashtanga Yoga system is a living lineage that dates back thousands of years in an unbroken line of teachers, sages and gurus.Ashtanga literally means “eight-limbs” and by practicing each of the limbs all of the impurities in the body and mind are destroyed. The first four limbs are externally oriented and include the various ways we behave in the world (the yamas and niyamas), the control of the body through asana (poses) and the control of the breath through pranayama. The last four limbs follow on spontaneously after many years of practice: pratyahara (sense withdrawal), dharana (single-pointed focus), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (liberation).


Benefits

1. Personal attention: Like a private class within a group, each student receives personal attention and guidance from the teacher. There is space and time for the teacher to observe students in their practice and give adjustments when needed. This personalized assistance is tailored to the students’ individual needs, which happens less frequently in led classes where generalized instructions are given.2. Increased concentration and focus: This is a much more personal and internal way of practicing yoga. When confronted with our own practice, we have to face distractions, discomfort and the wandering mind. The physical practice aims to bring us back to that focused state, rather than passively listening to a teacher or watching others. This is a more meditative aspect of yoga.3. Move at your own rhythm and pace: Spend more time on postures that are challenging and place a greater emphasis on making the practice your own. Besides, everyone in a Mysore style class is going at a different pace and practicing different asanas, so perhaps there can be less comparing and competing.4. Group dynamic: There is something special about practicing in a room full of people. This may be hard to describe in an objective manner, but there is a sense of ‘energy’ in a Mysore style self practice room. A space where one simply hears the sound of breath, the movement of bodies and senses the body heat. This magical ‘energy’ often carries you on through the practice.


What to Carry/ Wear

  • Women can wear breathable form-fitting tops (cotton or linen preferably) and yoga pants (capris/full length or shorts)
  • Men can wear well fitted t-shirts tanks track pants or shorts
  • Choose fabrics that soak up sweat from your skin and allow your skin to breathe
  • Carry a water bottle
  • Towel
  • Yoga mats are provided at the studio (but if you like you can bring your own mat)
06:15AM - 07:15AM Free
08:15AM - 09:15AM Free
06:30PM - 07:30PM Free
Trainer
Name
Member
Pricing

Ashtanga Yoga

Description

The Ashtanga Yoga system is a living lineage that dates back thousands of years in an unbroken line of teachers, sages and gurus.Ashtanga literally means “eight-limbs” and by practicing each of the limbs all of the impurities in the body and mind are destroyed. The first four limbs are externally oriented and include the various ways we behave in the world (the yamas and niyamas), the control of the body through asana (poses) and the control of the breath through pranayama. The last four limbs follow on spontaneously after many years of practice: pratyahara (sense withdrawal), dharana (single-pointed focus), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (liberation).


Benefits

1. Personal attention: Like a private class within a group, each student receives personal attention and guidance from the teacher. There is space and time for the teacher to observe students in their practice and give adjustments when needed. This personalized assistance is tailored to the students’ individual needs, which happens less frequently in led classes where generalized instructions are given.2. Increased concentration and focus: This is a much more personal and internal way of practicing yoga. When confronted with our own practice, we have to face distractions, discomfort and the wandering mind. The physical practice aims to bring us back to that focused state, rather than passively listening to a teacher or watching others. This is a more meditative aspect of yoga.3. Move at your own rhythm and pace: Spend more time on postures that are challenging and place a greater emphasis on making the practice your own. Besides, everyone in a Mysore style class is going at a different pace and practicing different asanas, so perhaps there can be less comparing and competing.4. Group dynamic: There is something special about practicing in a room full of people. This may be hard to describe in an objective manner, but there is a sense of ‘energy’ in a Mysore style self practice room. A space where one simply hears the sound of breath, the movement of bodies and senses the body heat. This magical ‘energy’ often carries you on through the practice.


What to Carry/ Wear

  • Women can wear breathable form-fitting tops (cotton or linen preferably) and yoga pants (capris/full length or shorts)
  • Men can wear well fitted t-shirts tanks track pants or shorts
  • Choose fabrics that soak up sweat from your skin and allow your skin to breathe
  • Carry a water bottle
  • Towel
  • Yoga mats are provided at the studio (but if you like you can bring your own mat)
06:15AM - 07:15AM
Free
08:15AM - 09:15AM
Free
06:30PM - 07:30PM
Free
Member
Pricing
Ashtanga Yoga
Description

The Ashtanga Yoga system is a living lineage that dates back thousands of years in an unbroken line of teachers, sages and gurus.Ashtanga literally means “eight-limbs” and by practicing each of the limbs all of the impurities in the body and mind are destroyed. The first four limbs are externally oriented and include the various ways we behave in the world (the yamas and niyamas), the control of the body through asana (poses) and the control of the breath through pranayama. The last four limbs follow on spontaneously after many years of practice: pratyahara (sense withdrawal), dharana (single-pointed focus), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (liberation).


Benefits

1. Personal attention: Like a private class within a group, each student receives personal attention and guidance from the teacher. There is space and time for the teacher to observe students in their practice and give adjustments when needed. This personalized assistance is tailored to the students’ individual needs, which happens less frequently in led classes where generalized instructions are given.2. Increased concentration and focus: This is a much more personal and internal way of practicing yoga. When confronted with our own practice, we have to face distractions, discomfort and the wandering mind. The physical practice aims to bring us back to that focused state, rather than passively listening to a teacher or watching others. This is a more meditative aspect of yoga.3. Move at your own rhythm and pace: Spend more time on postures that are challenging and place a greater emphasis on making the practice your own. Besides, everyone in a Mysore style class is going at a different pace and practicing different asanas, so perhaps there can be less comparing and competing.4. Group dynamic: There is something special about practicing in a room full of people. This may be hard to describe in an objective manner, but there is a sense of ‘energy’ in a Mysore style self practice room. A space where one simply hears the sound of breath, the movement of bodies and senses the body heat. This magical ‘energy’ often carries you on through the practice.


What to Carry/ Wear

  • Women can wear breathable form-fitting tops (cotton or linen preferably) and yoga pants (capris/full length or shorts)
  • Men can wear well fitted t-shirts tanks track pants or shorts
  • Choose fabrics that soak up sweat from your skin and allow your skin to breathe
  • Carry a water bottle
  • Towel
  • Yoga mats are provided at the studio (but if you like you can bring your own mat)
06:15AM - 07:15AM Free
07:15AM - 08:15AM Free
08:15AM - 09:15AM Free
06:30PM - 07:30PM Free
Trainer
Name
Member
Pricing

Ashtanga Yoga

Description

The Ashtanga Yoga system is a living lineage that dates back thousands of years in an unbroken line of teachers, sages and gurus.Ashtanga literally means “eight-limbs” and by practicing each of the limbs all of the impurities in the body and mind are destroyed. The first four limbs are externally oriented and include the various ways we behave in the world (the yamas and niyamas), the control of the body through asana (poses) and the control of the breath through pranayama. The last four limbs follow on spontaneously after many years of practice: pratyahara (sense withdrawal), dharana (single-pointed focus), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (liberation).


Benefits

1. Personal attention: Like a private class within a group, each student receives personal attention and guidance from the teacher. There is space and time for the teacher to observe students in their practice and give adjustments when needed. This personalized assistance is tailored to the students’ individual needs, which happens less frequently in led classes where generalized instructions are given.2. Increased concentration and focus: This is a much more personal and internal way of practicing yoga. When confronted with our own practice, we have to face distractions, discomfort and the wandering mind. The physical practice aims to bring us back to that focused state, rather than passively listening to a teacher or watching others. This is a more meditative aspect of yoga.3. Move at your own rhythm and pace: Spend more time on postures that are challenging and place a greater emphasis on making the practice your own. Besides, everyone in a Mysore style class is going at a different pace and practicing different asanas, so perhaps there can be less comparing and competing.4. Group dynamic: There is something special about practicing in a room full of people. This may be hard to describe in an objective manner, but there is a sense of ‘energy’ in a Mysore style self practice room. A space where one simply hears the sound of breath, the movement of bodies and senses the body heat. This magical ‘energy’ often carries you on through the practice.


What to Carry/ Wear

  • Women can wear breathable form-fitting tops (cotton or linen preferably) and yoga pants (capris/full length or shorts)
  • Men can wear well fitted t-shirts tanks track pants or shorts
  • Choose fabrics that soak up sweat from your skin and allow your skin to breathe
  • Carry a water bottle
  • Towel
  • Yoga mats are provided at the studio (but if you like you can bring your own mat)
06:15AM - 07:15AM
Free
07:15AM - 08:15AM
Free
08:15AM - 09:15AM
Free
06:30PM - 07:30PM
Free
Member
Pricing
Ashtanga Yoga
Description

The Ashtanga Yoga system is a living lineage that dates back thousands of years in an unbroken line of teachers, sages and gurus.Ashtanga literally means “eight-limbs” and by practicing each of the limbs all of the impurities in the body and mind are destroyed. The first four limbs are externally oriented and include the various ways we behave in the world (the yamas and niyamas), the control of the body through asana (poses) and the control of the breath through pranayama. The last four limbs follow on spontaneously after many years of practice: pratyahara (sense withdrawal), dharana (single-pointed focus), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (liberation).


Class Size

8 - 12


Benefits

1. Personal attention: Like a private class within a group, each student receives personal attention and guidance from the teacher. There is space and time for the teacher to observe students in their practice and give adjustments when needed. This personalized assistance is tailored to the students’ individual needs, which happens less frequently in led classes where generalized instructions are given.2. Increased concentration and focus: This is a much more personal and internal way of practicing yoga. When confronted with our own practice, we have to face distractions, discomfort and the wandering mind. The physical practice aims to bring us back to that focused state, rather than passively listening to a teacher or watching others. This is a more meditative aspect of yoga.3. Move at your own rhythm and pace: Spend more time on postures that are challenging and place a greater emphasis on making the practice your own. Besides, everyone in a Mysore style class is going at a different pace and practicing different asanas, so perhaps there can be less comparing and competing.4. Group dynamic: There is something special about practicing in a room full of people. This may be hard to describe in an objective manner, but there is a sense of ‘energy’ in a Mysore style self practice room. A space where one simply hears the sound of breath, the movement of bodies and senses the body heat. This magical ‘energy’ often carries you on through the practice.


What to Carry/ Wear

  • Women can wear breathable form-fitting tops (cotton or linen preferably) and yoga pants (capris/full length or shorts)
  • Men can wear well fitted t-shirts tanks track pants or shorts
  • Choose fabrics that soak up sweat from your skin and allow your skin to breathe
  • Carry a water bottle
  • Towel
  • Yoga mats are provided at the studio (but if you like you can bring your own mat)
06:15AM - 07:15AM Free
07:15AM - 08:15AM Free
08:15AM - 09:15AM Free
06:30PM - 07:30PM Free
Trainer
Name
Member
Pricing

Ashtanga Yoga

Description

The Ashtanga Yoga system is a living lineage that dates back thousands of years in an unbroken line of teachers, sages and gurus.Ashtanga literally means “eight-limbs” and by practicing each of the limbs all of the impurities in the body and mind are destroyed. The first four limbs are externally oriented and include the various ways we behave in the world (the yamas and niyamas), the control of the body through asana (poses) and the control of the breath through pranayama. The last four limbs follow on spontaneously after many years of practice: pratyahara (sense withdrawal), dharana (single-pointed focus), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (liberation).


Class Size

8 - 12


Benefits

1. Personal attention: Like a private class within a group, each student receives personal attention and guidance from the teacher. There is space and time for the teacher to observe students in their practice and give adjustments when needed. This personalized assistance is tailored to the students’ individual needs, which happens less frequently in led classes where generalized instructions are given.2. Increased concentration and focus: This is a much more personal and internal way of practicing yoga. When confronted with our own practice, we have to face distractions, discomfort and the wandering mind. The physical practice aims to bring us back to that focused state, rather than passively listening to a teacher or watching others. This is a more meditative aspect of yoga.3. Move at your own rhythm and pace: Spend more time on postures that are challenging and place a greater emphasis on making the practice your own. Besides, everyone in a Mysore style class is going at a different pace and practicing different asanas, so perhaps there can be less comparing and competing.4. Group dynamic: There is something special about practicing in a room full of people. This may be hard to describe in an objective manner, but there is a sense of ‘energy’ in a Mysore style self practice room. A space where one simply hears the sound of breath, the movement of bodies and senses the body heat. This magical ‘energy’ often carries you on through the practice.


What to Carry/ Wear

  • Women can wear breathable form-fitting tops (cotton or linen preferably) and yoga pants (capris/full length or shorts)
  • Men can wear well fitted t-shirts tanks track pants or shorts
  • Choose fabrics that soak up sweat from your skin and allow your skin to breathe
  • Carry a water bottle
  • Towel
  • Yoga mats are provided at the studio (but if you like you can bring your own mat)
06:15AM - 07:15AM
Free
07:15AM - 08:15AM
Free
08:15AM - 09:15AM
Free
06:30PM - 07:30PM
Free

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