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19 oct - 25 oct 2020   
Monday 19 October
Time
06:30 - 08:00
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga

Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*Teaching starts at 07.00h

*Only practitioners who have a membership, whom we know for longer than 1 month and who are not beginners can start their practice prior to 07.00h (this does not apply to class card holders).

*Membership holders can arrive at the school as of 6.25h (not earlier).

*Non-members and class card holders can arrive at the school as of 6.50h (come to the school 6.50h the earliest), not earlier.

*Teaching is until 7.50h (everyone is in savasana by 7.50h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 8.00h.

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

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Time
08:00 - 09:30
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga

Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*You can arrive at the school from 7.55h onwards(not earlier).

*Teaching is until 9.20h (everyone is in savasana by 9.20h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 9.30h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

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Monday 19 October
Time 06:30 - 08:00
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
 
Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*Teaching starts at 07.00h

*Only practitioners who have a membership, whom we know for longer than 1 month and who are not beginners can start their practice prior to 07.00h (this does not apply to class card holders).

*Membership holders can arrive at the school as of 6.25h (not earlier).

*Non-members and class card holders can arrive at the school as of 6.50h (come to the school 6.50h the earliest), not earlier.

*Teaching is until 7.50h (everyone is in savasana by 7.50h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 8.00h.

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

Time 08:00 - 09:30
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
 
Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*You can arrive at the school from 7.55h onwards(not earlier).

*Teaching is until 9.20h (everyone is in savasana by 9.20h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 9.30h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

Tuesday 20 October
Time
06:30 - 08:00
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga

Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*Teaching starts at 07.00h

*Only practitioners who have a membership, whom we know for longer than 1 month and who are not beginners can start their practice prior to 07.00h (this does not apply to class card holders).

*Membership holders can arrive at the school as of 6.25h (not earlier).

*Non-members and class card holders can arrive at the school as of 6.50h (come to the school 6.50h the earliest), not earlier.

*Teaching is until 7.50h (everyone is in savasana by 7.50h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 8.00h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

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Time
08:00 - 09:30
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga

Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*You can arrive at the school from 7.55h onwards(not earlier).

*Teaching is until 9.20h (everyone is in savasana by 9.20h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 9.30h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

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Tuesday 20 October
Time 06:30 - 08:00
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
 
Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*Teaching starts at 07.00h

*Only practitioners who have a membership, whom we know for longer than 1 month and who are not beginners can start their practice prior to 07.00h (this does not apply to class card holders).

*Membership holders can arrive at the school as of 6.25h (not earlier).

*Non-members and class card holders can arrive at the school as of 6.50h (come to the school 6.50h the earliest), not earlier.

*Teaching is until 7.50h (everyone is in savasana by 7.50h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 8.00h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

Time 08:00 - 09:30
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
 
Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*You can arrive at the school from 7.55h onwards(not earlier).

*Teaching is until 9.20h (everyone is in savasana by 9.20h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 9.30h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

Wednesday 21 October
Time
06:30 - 08:00
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga

Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*Teaching starts at 07.00h

*Only practitioners who have a membership, whom we know for longer than 1 month and who are not beginners can start their practice prior to 07.00h (this does not apply to class card holders).

*Membership holders can arrive at the school as of 6.25h (not earlier).

*Non-members and class card holders can arrive at the school as of 6.50h (come to the school 6.50h the earliest), not earlier.

*Teaching is until 7.50h (everyone is in savasana by 7.50h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 8.00h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

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Time
08:00 - 09:30
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga
Spots
Still 9 available

Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*You can arrive at the school from 7.55h onwards(not earlier).

*Teaching is until 9.20h (everyone is in savasana by 9.20h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 9.30h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

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Time
17:30 - 19:00
Teacher
Maxi
Location
Online - Bhumi Yoga
Spots
Still 29 available

This class is live-streamed from the yoga school, so you can enjoy it from the comfort of your home.

Yin & Restorative Yoga is a practice of slowing down and being - rather than doing -which is a true skill in our fast-paced, overachieving society. An advanced practice, yet accessible to all.

Some of the benefits of Yin & Restorative yoga include:

- boosting immune function
- decreasing stress, balancing and soothing the nervous
system by active rest
- fascia release
- self-care
- increasing emotional well-being (benefitting grounding,
self-esteem, self-worth)
- increased somatic awareness

Practical Info:

1. Register for this practice by 16.50h of the day of practice. About 30 min prior to class start you will receive all log-in info automatically. If you don't register by 16.50h, you won't receive class log-in details.

2. The teacher will be online from 17:25h onwards

3. CONNECT TO THE LIVESTREAM BY 17.28h so you are set up in time

4. You will be muted upon entering the class meeting

5. What you may need:
-yoga mat
-a blanket or two
-yoga blocks (if you don't have them, don't worry, make sure you have your blankets, we can work around the blocks)
-yoga strap (if you don't have one, no worries, I am sure you have a scarf at home
-bolster (alternative: you big blanekt for sleeping and posibly recruit a big pillow as well)
-eye pillow (alternative: something soft to put cover your eyes e.g. a scarf)

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Time
17:30 - 19:00
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga
Spots
Still 9 available

Slow down your pace with this gentle practice. Deepen self-awareness & introspection, strengthen acceptance and detachment. Feel nurtured and safe. An advanced practice, yet accessible, suiable and beneficial for all.

Some of the benefits of Yin & Restorative yoga include:

- boosting immune function
- decreasing stress, balancing and soothing the nervous
system by active rest
- fascia release
- self-care
- increasing emotional well-being (benefitting grounding,
self-esteem, self-worth)
- increased somatic awareness

Yin and Restorative Yoga targets the interior, supportive structures, the fasciae, literally down to the bone marrow. In contemporary society, restorative / yin yoga is a soothing elixir to help us restore balance in our stress-filled, over-scheduled lives, where most of us ask and expect a lot from ourselves.


Practical:
- Class starts at 17.30h sharp; doors open at 17.15h and close at 17.30h (no late comers accepted)

What you may need:
-yoga mat
-big towel (to put over bolster)
- good if you can bring an extra blanket
-eye pillow (alternative: something soft to cover your eyes, e.g. a scarf or eye mask)
-great if you can bring a pillow

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Wednesday 21 October
Time 06:30 - 08:00
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
 
Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*Teaching starts at 07.00h

*Only practitioners who have a membership, whom we know for longer than 1 month and who are not beginners can start their practice prior to 07.00h (this does not apply to class card holders).

*Membership holders can arrive at the school as of 6.25h (not earlier).

*Non-members and class card holders can arrive at the school as of 6.50h (come to the school 6.50h the earliest), not earlier.

*Teaching is until 7.50h (everyone is in savasana by 7.50h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 8.00h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

Time 08:00 - 09:30
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
Spots Still 9 available
 
Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*You can arrive at the school from 7.55h onwards(not earlier).

*Teaching is until 9.20h (everyone is in savasana by 9.20h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 9.30h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

Time 17:30 - 19:00
Teacher Maxi
Location Online - Bhumi Yoga
Spots Still 29 available
 
This class is live-streamed from the yoga school, so you can enjoy it from the comfort of your home.

Yin & Restorative Yoga is a practice of slowing down and being - rather than doing -which is a true skill in our fast-paced, overachieving society. An advanced practice, yet accessible to all.

Some of the benefits of Yin & Restorative yoga include:

- boosting immune function
- decreasing stress, balancing and soothing the nervous
system by active rest
- fascia release
- self-care
- increasing emotional well-being (benefitting grounding,
self-esteem, self-worth)
- increased somatic awareness

Practical Info:

1. Register for this practice by 16.50h of the day of practice. About 30 min prior to class start you will receive all log-in info automatically. If you don't register by 16.50h, you won't receive class log-in details.

2. The teacher will be online from 17:25h onwards

3. CONNECT TO THE LIVESTREAM BY 17.28h so you are set up in time

4. You will be muted upon entering the class meeting

5. What you may need:
-yoga mat
-a blanket or two
-yoga blocks (if you don't have them, don't worry, make sure you have your blankets, we can work around the blocks)
-yoga strap (if you don't have one, no worries, I am sure you have a scarf at home
-bolster (alternative: you big blanekt for sleeping and posibly recruit a big pillow as well)
-eye pillow (alternative: something soft to put cover your eyes e.g. a scarf)

Time 17:30 - 19:00
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
Spots Still 9 available
 
Slow down your pace with this gentle practice. Deepen self-awareness & introspection, strengthen acceptance and detachment. Feel nurtured and safe. An advanced practice, yet accessible, suiable and beneficial for all.

Some of the benefits of Yin & Restorative yoga include:

- boosting immune function
- decreasing stress, balancing and soothing the nervous
system by active rest
- fascia release
- self-care
- increasing emotional well-being (benefitting grounding,
self-esteem, self-worth)
- increased somatic awareness

Yin and Restorative Yoga targets the interior, supportive structures, the fasciae, literally down to the bone marrow. In contemporary society, restorative / yin yoga is a soothing elixir to help us restore balance in our stress-filled, over-scheduled lives, where most of us ask and expect a lot from ourselves.


Practical:
- Class starts at 17.30h sharp; doors open at 17.15h and close at 17.30h (no late comers accepted)

What you may need:
-yoga mat
-big towel (to put over bolster)
- good if you can bring an extra blanket
-eye pillow (alternative: something soft to cover your eyes, e.g. a scarf or eye mask)
-great if you can bring a pillow

Thursday 22 October
Time
06:30 - 08:00
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga
Spots
Still 10 available

Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*Teaching starts at 07.00h

*Only practitioners who have a membership, whom we know for longer than 1 month and who are not beginners can start their practice prior to 07.00h (this does not apply to class card holders).

*Membership holders can arrive at the school as of 6.25h (not earlier).

*Non-members and class card holders can arrive at the school as of 6.50h (come to the school 6.50h the earliest), not earlier.

*Teaching is until 7.50h (everyone is in savasana by 7.50h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 8.00h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

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Time
08:00 - 09:30
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga
Spots
Still 6 available

Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*You can arrive at the school from 7.55h onwards(not earlier).

*Teaching is until 9.20h (everyone is in savasana by 9.20h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 9.30h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

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Thursday 22 October
Time 06:30 - 08:00
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
Spots Still 10 available
 
Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*Teaching starts at 07.00h

*Only practitioners who have a membership, whom we know for longer than 1 month and who are not beginners can start their practice prior to 07.00h (this does not apply to class card holders).

*Membership holders can arrive at the school as of 6.25h (not earlier).

*Non-members and class card holders can arrive at the school as of 6.50h (come to the school 6.50h the earliest), not earlier.

*Teaching is until 7.50h (everyone is in savasana by 7.50h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 8.00h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

Time 08:00 - 09:30
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
Spots Still 6 available
 
Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*You can arrive at the school from 7.55h onwards(not earlier).

*Teaching is until 9.20h (everyone is in savasana by 9.20h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 9.30h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

Friday 23 October
Time
07:00 - 08:30
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Zoom
Spots
Still 39 available

In this class you can follow the Ashtanga Led class given from the yogaschool from your home using zoom.

IMPORTANT:
To be able to receive all sign-in info make sure to sign in (here in momoyoga) prior to 6.30h (!!!) of the class day, otherwise you won't be able to join.

If you have signed in prior to 6.30h of class day you will receive all log-in data automatically about 30 minutes prior to the start of class.

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Time
07:00 - 08:30
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga
Spots
Still 3 available

Doors open at 6.45h. We start at 7.00 sharp together, so be there a bit earlier.
This class is for students who already practice in the Mysore style and not suitable for complete beginners. To join the led primary, one should have joined the Mysore classes at least for two weeks (3 times per week) at the shala prior to joining the led class - otherwise it doesn't really make sense.
In the led class you practice until where you usually practice in Mysore and then observe. So much is learned by observing.

The class is a great benefit to understand the energy of and harvest focus in the transitions between the state of an asana - this is often where we loose focus. How we get in and out a situation is very important for the situation and what develops from there.

Altogether a very beneficial and complementary class for the Mysore practice.

Practical information:

* You can leave your shoes/bag in the dressing room (unlike Mysore classes)

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

* Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen and fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

* Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

* Only take to the school what you need.

* Come practice in clean clothes.

* Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

* Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

* Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

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Friday 23 October
Time 07:00 - 08:30
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Zoom
Spots Still 39 available
 
In this class you can follow the Ashtanga Led class given from the yogaschool from your home using zoom.

IMPORTANT:
To be able to receive all sign-in info make sure to sign in (here in momoyoga) prior to 6.30h (!!!) of the class day, otherwise you won't be able to join.

If you have signed in prior to 6.30h of class day you will receive all log-in data automatically about 30 minutes prior to the start of class.

Time 07:00 - 08:30
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
Spots Still 3 available
 
Doors open at 6.45h. We start at 7.00 sharp together, so be there a bit earlier.
This class is for students who already practice in the Mysore style and not suitable for complete beginners. To join the led primary, one should have joined the Mysore classes at least for two weeks (3 times per week) at the shala prior to joining the led class - otherwise it doesn't really make sense.
In the led class you practice until where you usually practice in Mysore and then observe. So much is learned by observing.

The class is a great benefit to understand the energy of and harvest focus in the transitions between the state of an asana - this is often where we loose focus. How we get in and out a situation is very important for the situation and what develops from there.

Altogether a very beneficial and complementary class for the Mysore practice.

Practical information:

* You can leave your shoes/bag in the dressing room (unlike Mysore classes)

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

* Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen and fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

* Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

* Only take to the school what you need.

* Come practice in clean clothes.

* Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

* Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

* Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

Saturday 24 October
Time
08:30 - 10:00
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga
Spots
Still 10 available

Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*Teaching starts at 09.00h

*Only practitioners who have a membership, whom we know for longer than 1 month and who are not beginners can start their practice prior to 09.00h (this does not apply to class card holders).

*Membership holders can arrive at the school as of 8.25h (not earlier).

*Non-members and class card holders can arrive at the school as of 8.50h (come to the school 8.50h the earliest), not earlier.

*Teaching is until 9.50h (everyone is in savasana by 9.50h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 10.00h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

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Time
10:00 - 11:30
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga
Spots
Still 12 available

Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*You can arrive at the school from 9.55h onwards(not earlier).

*Teaching is until 11.20h (everyone is in savasana by 11.20h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 11.00h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

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Saturday 24 October
Time 08:30 - 10:00
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
Spots Still 10 available
 
Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*Teaching starts at 09.00h

*Only practitioners who have a membership, whom we know for longer than 1 month and who are not beginners can start their practice prior to 09.00h (this does not apply to class card holders).

*Membership holders can arrive at the school as of 8.25h (not earlier).

*Non-members and class card holders can arrive at the school as of 8.50h (come to the school 8.50h the earliest), not earlier.

*Teaching is until 9.50h (everyone is in savasana by 9.50h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 10.00h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

Time 10:00 - 11:30
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
Spots Still 12 available
 
Ashtanga Mysore Yoga is the traditional method of teaching and learning ashtanga yoga. Students are guided through practice with technical oral instructions and hands on support (unless not wanted) and guidance of a teacher one-on-one in a group setting, respecting silence as much as possible. Progression through the practice occurs at an individual pace. Postures are added incrementally according to each practitioners ability and readiness while it's never the goal to just add postures - this is not the purpose of yoga, yoga goes beyond asana (postures). This readiness considers the mental and emotional aspects as well as the physical capacity, the breath playing a most fundamental role here.
Students new to Ashtanga and to Mysore style practice are welcome and encouraged to come along.

This incremental elaboration and extension of practice offers the safest and most sustainable approach. It allows the body and the nervous system to integrate this potent transformative methodology in a compassionate and life-supporting way that suits the individual - each student's practice will be different yet in essence the same. Moreover, this apporach offers the potential for genuine Parinamah ( transformation ) and for healing to occur.

Practical Informtation:

*You can arrive at the school from 9.55h onwards(not earlier).

*Teaching is until 11.20h (everyone is in savasana by 11.20h).

*Please respect and organize yourself to leave the school by 11.00h.

*It is required to wear a face mask until you have your mat set up and when leaving your mat after practice (thus wear a face mask when entering and exiting the yoga school).

*Before entering the practice space fill out the triage and put it at the front of the mat so the teacher can collect it.

*Wash your hands and go to the toilet at home before coming to the school.

*When entering the yoga school: Take off your shoes and take all of your belongings with you to the practice space. Before entering the practice space disinfect your hands in the kitchen.

*Only take to the school what you need.

*Come practice in clean clothes.

*Have a small clean hand towel with you for drying your hands and cleaning and a good size (as we sell at the school) clean towel for adjustments with you. If you don't want adjustments please let the teacher know - we absolutely respect your wish.

*Don't come to the school if you have any symptoms that can be linked to COVID-19 (fever, cough, runny nose), if anyone in your household has symptoms associated with COVID-19, you feel unwell or you doubt your health.

*Practice compassion towards yourself and others.

Sunday 25 October
Time
13:00 - 15:00
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga
Spots
Still 11 available

This is a midday of calm and peace. We tune into our inner landscapes and replenish the well-spring of energy that is often blocked by stress and imbalance.

In this nurturing workshop we will use yin and long-held restorative poses, breath work and mindful meditation as an antidote to tension and stress.

This session will teach you and let your experiene that art of being rather than doing. Kim will guide you peacefully down the path towards relaxation, balance and peace.

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Time
13:00 - 15:00
Teacher
Bhumi Yoga
Location
Bhumi Yoga
Spots
Still 50 available

This is a midday of calm and peace. We tune into our inner landscapes and replenish the well-spring of energy that is often blocked by stress and imbalance.

In this nurturing workshop we will use yin and long-held restorative poses, breath work and mindful meditation as an antidote to tension and stress.

This session will teach you and let your experiene that art of being rather than doing. Kim will guide you peacefully down the path towards relaxation, balance and peace.

Practical Info:
-Make sure to sign in 45 min prior to the start of the workshop
-You will receive all log-in data 30 min prior to the workshop

No refunds are given after sign-in.

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Sunday 25 October
Time 13:00 - 15:00
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
Spots Still 11 available
 
This is a midday of calm and peace. We tune into our inner landscapes and replenish the well-spring of energy that is often blocked by stress and imbalance.

In this nurturing workshop we will use yin and long-held restorative poses, breath work and mindful meditation as an antidote to tension and stress.

This session will teach you and let your experiene that art of being rather than doing. Kim will guide you peacefully down the path towards relaxation, balance and peace.

Time 13:00 - 15:00
Teacher Bhumi Yoga
Location Bhumi Yoga
Spots Still 50 available
 
This is a midday of calm and peace. We tune into our inner landscapes and replenish the well-spring of energy that is often blocked by stress and imbalance.

In this nurturing workshop we will use yin and long-held restorative poses, breath work and mindful meditation as an antidote to tension and stress.

This session will teach you and let your experiene that art of being rather than doing. Kim will guide you peacefully down the path towards relaxation, balance and peace.

Practical Info:
-Make sure to sign in 45 min prior to the start of the workshop
-You will receive all log-in data 30 min prior to the workshop

No refunds are given after sign-in.

19 oct - 25 oct 2020   
19 oct - 25 oct 2020