Mysore style is how Ashtanga yoga was introduced and taught in Mysore, India by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and now by his grandson, Sharath Jois. Each student works at his/her own individual pace within the group.  One-to-one assistance, adjustment in thepostures, and tuition are given within the group context.

Students are taught new postures/series when they can remember the sequence and complete the posture on which they are currently working. This style of teaching makes Ashtanga yoga accessible to students at all levels.

Conference for Ashtanga students

With Susan Bysh

Date: Sunday 8 November

Time: 10:35am (after Sunday Mysore practice)

Conference is a long-standing tradition in Mysore, which we are now pleased to bring to Yoga Place! After the Sunday Mysore session, there will be a short talk about some aspect of the practice, followed by your questions about absolutely anything Ashtanga.

This is a free event and open to all, so whether you’re a dedicated Mysore student, go to led Ashtanga classes, or are just curious what it’s all about, come and bring your questions.

After Conference, all are invited to come out for brunch somewhere nearby.

No booking necessary, free event, just turn up!