Join us for our Mysore Style Morning Program led by John Vitarelli with Danielle Maese, Harris Pike, and Kazue Tsuda and learn yoga in the most traditional way… at your own pace, with personal guidance from an experienced teacher who helps every step of the way.
Mysore Style is the traditional method of teaching the Ashtanga Vinyasa system of yoga, which is the backbone of the All Levels classes at Dhyana Yoga. It is ideal for all levels of experience. When you first walk into the room you will notice that each student is working independently and the teacher moves from person to person, offering physical assistance and any necessary verbal instruction. The room is quiet except for the students breathing with sound. It is a wonderful way for you to start your day!
Please feel free to come observe a class during the posted Mysore hours to experience the magic of the Mysore style practice for yourself.
Practice times are blocked out from 6:30am-9:00am, but in this style of practice you can come and go during these times as is appropriate and/or convenient for you. On Fridays we offer a fully led, instructed class that runs through the entire sequence so that you can learn the Primary Series with the intended rhythm and in the proper order. But on all of the other days, you could come from 6:30-8:00am, or from 7:00-9:00am, etc, as long as you are finished practicing by 9:00am. Showers are available and you can store your mat and towel with us.
Monday – Thursday
6:30am-9:00am Mysore Style Practice
Friday: 6:30am-8:00am Led Primary Series
Saturdays & Moon Days (Full & New Moons):
REST…please see dates on the chart below.
Sunday: 7:30am-9:30am Mysore Style Practice
Talk from 9:30-10:00am (feel free to bring healthy snacks to share!)
A special Mysore Class Card must be purchased to attend these classes. Dhyana Yoga class cards are for the other non-Mysore, on-going, regular classes at the studio. Due to the nature of the Mysore method, there are absolutely no refunds for Mysore Class Cards.
Moon Days 2017 (Days of Rest, no Practice):