Modern yoga is an adaptation of the fitness class taught predominantly in gyms & fitness clubs. This style of yoga class is meant to teach the masses, regardless of ability, fitness level or age. The Ashtanga Mysore method resembles the traditional way yoga has been taught in India for thousands of years, on an individual basis. Classes are small only 6-8 people and students receive on one one attention and are only taught poses that meet the student's ability. When practiced regularly, several times per week, the student's ability, flexibility and strength increase, thus improving one's stamina, health and overall well being
Since 2004, Maureen has been teaching yoga. In 2007 after a year of living in Asia, she made her way to Mysore, India where she started along the path of Ashtanga Yoga. Many return trips to continue her studies; and more than a decade later, Maureen has extensive experience teaching this ancient method of yoga. It is her strength and flexibility that help her to meet students at their current ability and for them to attain better overall health.
Jessica has been studying and practicing yoga for several years. She is well educated in the Ashtanga method as well as other methods that have helped her in this lifelong journey of yoga. Jessica's strength and compassion for her students is what makes her a dedicated and knowledgeable teacher. She continuously attends trainings to increase her expertise in the Ashtanga practice.
Monday - Friday Morning Mysore 6:30am - 9:00am
Monday - Thursday Evening Mysore 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am–10:00am (Self-Practice)
Special Friday Evening (Moon Day Weeks)
Led Primary Series & Chanting Class 7-9pm