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Ashtanga & Chat Sunday 20th of May 2018

Below some ideas we shared during the Ashtanga & Chat last Sunday 20th of May :-) What is Yoga? The practice of Ashtanga yoga might be very ap...

Mysore Practice - Some Ideas #2

We come together every day to practice. We work with the gross and tangible, the body, to access the subtle and intangible, whatever it is that lie...

Let Life Happen

I don't know about you, but quite often I find myself running towards what I like and away from what I don't like.  Maybe it is Human Condition. Wa...

White Canvas

The system of Ashtanga yoga comprises Eight Limbs or Steps to attain Self Mastery and Self Knowledge. The method does not only refer to the posture...

Guest Post: Well - Ness by Ramiro Ventura.

  Ramiro Ventura @Ashtanga Yoga Sattva. Photo Credit Agustín R. Dusserre At a given time the practice was for me a sacred space in which I would s...

Fierce Grace

Kali Ma.  New Beginnings are sometimes disguised as Painful Endings - Lao Tzu For something new and beautiful to sprout something old must die.  T...

Ashtanga & Chat 7th of April

Below a summary of our last Ashtanga & Chat on the 7th of April @El Gong. Sthira Sukahm Asanam Asana is a balance between Effort and Ease. The ...

Mysore Class Etiquette

Below a few ideas that may facilitate your yoga practice and lay the groundwork to reap its many benefits. Silence Keep the chatter to a minimum, e...

Action in Joy

The struggle is real. Isn´t it? Nothing good comes easy. Doesn´t it? Quite often we find ourselves wandering through life with a sense of hardship....

Energy Moving

In previous entries, we have discussed how the physical practice of yoga is concerned with the movement of energy within the body. Yoga asanas all...

Inner Resources

True Power Lies Within. The solution to many of our worldly problems is already there.  To truly, deeply understand this, Mastery over the Self is...

Did you Catch?

Sharathji catching his legs For some time in Mysore I was stopped in Kapotasana. Despite being well established in the posture and in backbends in...