New moon on Monday, December 18th

The afternoon Mysore class will be replaced with a Free Workshop at 6:00pm Yoga Chikitsa: A Healing Sequence Part II

These workshops are FREE and everyone is welcome. Online sign in is required
Read about Ashtanga Yoga and moon days below

Yoga Chikitsa: A Healing Sequence

There are six series of postures in Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, the Primary Series forms the foundation for all subsequent series. Yoga Chikitsa is the Sanksrit name for the Prim
ary Series and it is translated as Yoga Therapy, the postures of this series when practiced together with an unrestricted flow in the breath purifies and heals our gross (physical) and subtle (energetic) bodies.
In the next two Moon Days, we will explore how different postures of the Primary Series affect our subtle body and Chakra system and how these energetic centers are 
related to the optimal function of different glands, organs and tissues within our physical body.
Understanding the effect that postures, movements and breath have within us will help you to approach the practice from a different perspective, creating new healthy patterns and bringing a new meaning to your asana practice.



Intro to Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga

Beginners class.

Duration of the class: 1 hour, 15 minutes

These classes are carefully designed to introduce beginners to this traditional form of Yoga in a safe, supportive way. The student will learn the breathing technique use in the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga method -Ujjayi breath- and will be introduce to the basics postures of the primary series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. This series will be break down in a way that is approachable for all levels, as well as providing modifications appropriate for each individual.

Mysore class

Suitable of all levels.

Duration of the class: Don’t Worry!! This is NOT a 4 hour class! 

Most students practice for about 1½ hours which is the amount of time it usually takes to complete a full series. However students who are on a tight schedule, or those who are new to ashtanga yoga often practice a partial series which may only take 30 minutes or so.

The student can arrive at any time between 6am and 10am in the morning time, and between 4pm and 8pm in the evening time and leave whenever necessary, or whenever your own practice is complete.

This is the traditional way to learn the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga method. In this class the postures are given to the student, one by one, by the teacher in a certain sequential order within a group setting, so the student can learn the sequence at their own pace, with direct and individual assistance from the teacher, which allow the student to progress in the practice at an appropriate  rate for their own ability, both physically and mentally. This class is for students of all levels and is an excellent opportunity to develop a personal, independent practice.


Led half primary series of ashtanga vinyasa yoga

Suitable for all levels.

Duration of the class: 1 hour, 30 minutes

This class will cover some of the postures in the first half of the Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series in a way that is appropriate for all levels. Though, if you have never try any yoga before we encourage to join to our Intro to Ashtanga Yoga class previously.

Each class will include sun salutations, standing postures, several seated postures, an introduction to back bending, and the full closing sequence.

Click on the image below to see the postures


Led full primary series of ashtanga vinyasa yoga

This is an advanced class. Previous experience with Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series is strongly recommended.

Duration of the class: 1 hour, 45 minutes

In this challenging class the student will be led through the entire primary series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga (Yoga Chikitsa).

Posture names and vinyasa counts will be given in Sanskrit, accompanied by helpful tips and explanations. This class is appropriate for students wanting to improve and grow in their Ashtanga Yoga practice.

Click on the image below to see the postures

Moon days


“Like all things of a watery nature (human beings are about 70% water), we are affected by the phases of the moon. The phases of the moon are determined by the moon’s relative position to the sun. Full moons occur when they are in opposition and new moons when they are in conjunction. Both sun and moon exert a gravitational pull on the earth. Their relative positions create different energetic experiences that can be compared to the breath cycle.

The full moon energy corresponds to the end of inhalation when the force of prana is greatest. This is an expansive, upward moving force that makes us feel energetic and emotional, but not well grounded. The Upanishads state that the main prana lives in the head. During the full moon we tend to be more headstrong. The new moon energy corresponds to the end of exhalation when the force of apana is greatest. Apana is a contracting, downward moving force that makes us feel calm and grounded, but dense and disinclined towards physical exertion.

The Farmers Almanac recommends planting seeds at the new moon when the rooting force is strongest and transplanting at the full moon when the flowering force is strongest. Practicing Ashtanga Yoga over time makes us more attuned to natural cycles. Observing moon days is one way to recognize and honor the rhythms of nature so we can live in greater harmony with it.”

Tim Miller

January, 2017

Full moon: Thursday 12th

New moon: Friday 27th

February, 2017

Full moon: Friday 10th

New moon: Sunday 26th

March, 2017

Full moon: Sunday 12th

New moon: Monday 27th

April, 2017

Full moon: Tuesday 11th

New moon: Wednesday 26th

May, 2017

Full moon: Wednesday 10th

New moon: Thursday 25th

June, 2017

Full moon: Friday 9th

New moon: Friday 23rd

July, 2017

Full moon: Sunday 9th

New moon: Sunday 23rd

August, 2017

Full moon: Monday 7th

New moon: Monday 21st

September, 2017

Full moon: Wednesday 6th

New moon: Wednesday 20th

October, 2017

Full moon: Thursday 5th

New moon: Thursday 19th

November, 2017

Full moon: Saturday 4th

New moon: Saturday 18th

December, 2017

Full moon: Sunday 3rd

New moon: Monday 18th