Ashtanga Yoga › Corrie Ananda
Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic, flowing and physically demanding practice. Ashtanga synchronises breath and movement to produce an internal heat and is good for building strength and mobility. An ashtanga yoga practise moves through a set sequences of poses and vinyasas. Ashtangi's start with the primary series, although for most of us, the primary series has more than enough to challenge us. Ashtanga can be practiced by fit and mobile beginners, but we recommend taking it slowly and with variations. If you enjoy Ashtanga Yoga, you may also like vinyasa yoga, power yoga, Forrest yoga and Jivamukti yoga. We also recommend Yin Yoga as a really excellent complement to Ashtanga.
Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series
Due to popular demand, this Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga class is the full Mysore-style primary series class, taught in the traditional way that it is taught in a Mysore class, in sanskrit. Practice breathing and moving to the Sanskrit count of Ashtanga Yoga. This class is for those with a regular Ashtanga Yoga practice. Please note the class does not contain teaching instructions. For instructions please see the beginner classes. It may be appropriate to modify poses with strap, blocks and bricks. Do listen to your body, don’t go further than you are comfortable with.
Breath and Bandhas De-Mystified
Ashtanga Slowed Down
A full Ashtanga yoga class, but slowed down and with all the detail! If you're new to Ashtanga and are looking for detailed instruction through the full flow, this soft flow Ashtanga yoga flow for beginners is for you. Also a great tutorial style Ashtanga class for seasoned Ashtangis who want some more alignment detail from your class.