Ashtanga Yoga at Atmajyoti in Stockholm
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Ashtanga yoga is a dynamic form of yoga that combines movement and breathing in an even flow. The founder of this form of yoga is Sri K Pattabhi Jois. Yoga positions follow a specific order (sequence) where each position is based on the previous one. You learn over time to follow the sequence as your breath, following your circumstances and safely to your body.
A daily practice, with awareness, build a stable and strong foundation that becomes a secure base from which you can release tension in the body and mind and get to know yourself. Our goal is that you will feel calm and safe on the carpet and in the yoga room.
On Atmajyoti is a wide range of Ashtangayogaklasser; Ashtanga yoga 1 (beginners), Ashtanga 2 (continued) Mysore Style (Ashtanga yoga at your own pace), led Ashtanga class and lunch Ashtanga yoga. The different classes are described more clearly below. You can drop in on all our Ashtanga yoga classes on the schedule, but if you want to be sure to have a place is the best option to enroll in each course.
Atmajyotis Ashtangayogaklasser in spring 2017
Ashtanga 1, for beginners or “re starters”. Focus on the basics of solhälsningarna and standing positions in Ashtangayogans sequence (the first series).
Mondays 19: 00-20: 30 Teacher: Beata Alness
Tuesdays 19: 00-20: 30 Teacher: Malin Wittig
Ashtanga 2, Advanced For those of you who have one or Ashtanga yoga for beginners before. Focus on the standing and sitting positions and parts of the final part of Ashtanga yoga sequence. Towards the end of the semester, you try to memorize the order to then be able to exercise motion sequence at your own pace, with your breathing, which in
Mondays 19: 00-20: 30 Teacher: Agneta Beckman
Wednesdays 19: 00-20: 30 Teacher: Agneta Beckman
Mysore Style For those of you who have gone Ashtangayoga 1, 2 or Ashtanga Mysore before. Here we follow the Ashtanga yogan sequence with your breath, and based on your circumstances, as far as you are introduced to by your teacher. In the beginning, the focus most be on memorizing the order. The yoga in silence and move in step with your own breath makes it possible for you to listen inward to your personal experience. This is the traditional way to exert Ashtanga yoga. The name comes from the city of Mysore where the founder Sri K. Pattabhi Jois started it all.
The teacher will help you with the technology and adjustments in the positions. Utilities such as blocks, strap and blankets are used when necessary to safely carry positions. Here, we continue to explore more of the sitting and finishing positions, such as shoulder stands and head stand.
We have three Mysore classes on the schedule. Two evening classes and a morning class. We have started an evening class as that which existed before quickly became fully booked. The third class is on;
Friday mornings 6:30-9:00
Mondays 17:00-18:45 (room open from 16:30)
Teacher: Agneta Beckman
Wednesdays 17:00-18:45 (room open from 16:30) Teacher: Agneta Beckman
Fridays 6:30-9:00 (room open from 6:15) Teacher: Agneta Beckman
Ashtanga led – for all levels Here the teacher leads you through Ashtangayogans sequence (the first series). Sometimes we flowing through the series but in these classes is also scope for the teacher to immerse themselves in any part of the series or in any specific position / theme. On Thursday morning there is the opportunity to make their Mysorepractice in the lower part of the room.
Thursdays 6: 30-8: 00 Teacher: Agneta Beckman
Sundays 10: 00-11: 45 Teacher: Maria Olstens / Gigi Sigfridsdottir Ashtanga lunch – for all levels A shorter Ashtangapass who have the most focus on sun salutations and standing positions.