Mysore Practice

Mysore Practice is for everybody who wants to learn a traditional and deeply transforming Yoga practice.

In India people learn yoga from an experienced practitioner/teacher one-on-one. 
This is called Parampara. 
The teacher guides students through postures, and tailors the practice to the unique needs and capabilities of each student individually.

Students only practice postures that the teacher “gives” them. 
This enables them to develop and expand their experience of yoga at a safe, suitable and sufficiently challenging pace.

And this is how we continue to share, practice and learn Ashtanga yoga @ Mysore Vienna today.

As a student, this means that you’ll receive direct guidance from your teacher on what postures to practice, and how.

The postures follow set sequences, which will give you what you need over time.
All of us start with the same sequence of postures, but we all practice at our own pace.

Adjustments are  given for correction, to create awareness and to guide a student beyond their perceived limitations.

Advanced and beginner students practice together in the same room, next to each other. Mysore style practice  enables students to grow and progress at their own space and their own unique abilities.
From the first day on students learns how to practice on  their own while being supported carefully by the teacher.

Students learn like this discipline, concentration and how to practice in a way that is ideal for their unique nature.

At first the sequences of postures seem like a lot to learn but with ongoing practice though, you’ll learn the sequence by heart. Then your practice will flow more freely, following the rythm of your own breath.

This is where yoga begins to emerge. You won’t need to think about what posture to do next, or wait for someone to tell you. You’ll just know.

You don’t need to worry about getting confused with the sequence of postures. We’ve all been there! Everyone in the room had to learn the same sequence to start with. And your teacher will always assist you. 
Practice what’s right for you. You may notice people practicing other postures that seem more ‘advanced’. Don’t worry about what other people are doing. ‘Progress’ in this practice isn’t measured by how many or what kind of  advanced postures a person can do.

Yoga can´t be measured.

Yoga can be seen how well it enhances your life and your relations.

The Ashtanga vinyasa method is intended to be a daily practice.

The practice takes place every day except for Saturdays and Moon Days.