Ashtanga 

Yoga is a philosophy of life 

Ashtanga yoga practiced in its correct sequential order, gradually leads the practitioner towards rediscovering his or her fullest potential on all levels – physically, psychologically and spiritually.  Through this practice of correct breathing (Ujjayi Pranayama), postures (asanas), and gazing point (driste), we gain control of the senses and a deep awareness of ourselves. By maintaining this discipline with regularity and devotion, one acquires steadiness of body and mind.

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic and graceful system that synchronizes the breath, body and movement (vinyasa). It follows a therapeutic and progressive set sequence of postures. Using the traditional Sanskrit count we enter a dynamic form of yoga. The count provides us with a technique to practice the sequence as a moving meditation.

The Astanga system is ideal for all levels of practitioners. We enter the practice gently, threading the breath and postures gradually, with a pace that suits the individual. As your practice develops so does your repertoire of the sequence.

Why practice Ashtanga yoga?

  • Its accessable and practical and designed to encourage the student to become an independent, self sufficient yogi safely

  • Increase flexibility, strength and stamina, discover postural alignment.

  • Integrate whole body conditioning, mind, body and spirit.

  • Many students hunger to develop a personal practice but don't know were to begin.

  • Strengthen and purify the nervous system. 

  • Find clarity, cultivate a kind and loving heart towards all that you do.