PRACTICE AND ALL IS COMING
Did you know that Pamela Levy, the founder of Yoga Concept, is a Mysorian? This dynamo of a woman has been a diligent Ashtangi for years, and often shares photos of her Mysore sessions on Instagram. When yogis say “Mysore Style,” they mean that they practice Ashtanga autonomously, that is to say they practice on their own all while receiving advice and alignment instructions from the teacher. The classes are not taught in the typical sense where all of the students synchronize their movements; in the Mysore room, each yogi—having memorized the sequence—progresses according to her abilities by following the rhythm of her breath. It is an incredible way to develop your personal practice, to deeply understand your abilities, cultivate your concentration and intuition. As Sri K. Pattabhi Jois said, “Practice and all is coming.”
The best way to evolve your Mysore Style practice is to do it every day! To support it daily, we recommend the following studios: Ashtanga Yoga Paris, Mysore Yoga Paris, Osmore Yoga Paris, Sagesse et Harmonie, Samasthiti Studio, Yoga Colibri et Yoga Village (Mysore Practice in Paris, Patrick Frapeau).
• Sunday March 6, 2016: Approfondissement—Ashtanga avec Joti Poirier
• Sunday March 6, 2016: Mysore Style avec Renan de Germain
• Tuesdays and Thursday during March : Intro à la Pratique Mysore avec Sonia Almaric (4 weeks)
• Saturday March 12-Saturday April 23, 2016: Ashtanga Yoga pour Débutants avec Antoine Suplisson (6 weeks)
• Sunday March 13, 2016: La Zone des Hanches—Ashtanga Yoga avec Vanessa McCarthy
• Friday March 25- Sunday March 27, 2016: Ashtanga Yoga—Asana, Pranayama, Chanting with Anne Nuotio
Martine Trélaün is the founder of Yogateau, the leading site for staying current with everything yoga happening in Paris. The goal of the site to make yoga accessible to all so that everyone can find happiness on their yoga mats, in Paris and elsewhere in France.