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​Ashtanga Yoga

It is a style of yoga popularized by K.Pattabhi Jois, one of the disciples of Krishnamacharya, who is said to be the father of modern yoga.

The practice of yoga, which was previously only permitted to those who have become priests, is now available to household heads (those who have families and live as members of society).


Vinyasa System 

It is possible to practice asana and pranayama at the same time by synchronizing breath and movement fluidly.

Because each movement and breathing are  fixed, you can increase your concentration and feel a strong sense of being here now.



There are three important points in practicing Ashtanga yoga.


Breathe through the nose not the mouth.  Mouth breathing take the heat, energy, and water away  from the body.

Keep your inhalation and exhalation the same length.

Deep breathing activates the digestive fire and removes toxins from the body.



Follow the Parampara (directly handed down from a formal Guru; tradition passed down from generation to generation)

You must practice in order with correct guidance and alignment

The previous pose must be perfect before moving on to the next pose.

Learning too many poses at once can weaken the body.

Gazing Point

Every pose has a gazing point.

By setting a gazeing point, we cultivate concentration and bring a sense of unity and awareness.

Practicing poses gives you a sense of being in here and now that  brings you focus and awareness

in everyday in your life


9 gazing points

①urdhve up to space

②brumadhye   third eye

③nasagre  tip of the nose

④parsvayoh   right side

⑤ parsvayoh  left side

⑥ nabhi   navel

⑦hastagre  tip of the middle finger

⑧angusthagre tip of the thumb

⑨padagre  tip of the big toe



Bandhas encourage the flow of energy in the body. Therefore, muscle contraction is

just a small part of the technique, and if you could do them correctly, will make the flow of prana (life energy).

Mula Bandha

It is often expressed as something like stopping the urge to urinate or defecate, but it is a tightening of more subtle energy.

Make a conscious effort to contract the perineum slightly.

It stops the downward flow of life energy and turns it into an upward flow that encourages growth and maturity.

It creates strength and stability.

Uddiyana Bandha

Gently draw your lower abdomen toward your spine.

Uddiyana means "flying up", lifting the life energy from the foundation. It gives you lightness and the power to overcome gravity.



Mysore Class

Self practice

Each students practices the asanas which they have learned from the teacher, momorizes the order and pracces on their own.

Teacher provides guidance and adjustments as needed.

It is the most traditional practice method that allows beginners to experienced people to practice at their own pace according to their physical condition on the day.


Led Class

A class in which the Teacher guides students through traditional Sanskrit counts and asana names.

You can review and check the order, breathing, and counting of each asana necessary to practice Mysore style.


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