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What is Mysore?

Mysore=Self-Practice + Teacher

In mysore-classes students will find and build up their individual practice (Self-Practice) or deepen their existing practice, supported by a teacher. The teacher gives individual support, adjustments in the postures (Asanas) as well as variations in asanas, if needed.

AYRF sets the focus on a tradition practice, but primarliy we do understand mysore-style as an individualized practice.

To prepare asanas or to response to physical-psychological conditions we sometimes allow ourselves to step off the strict tradition by f.ex. variegating the sequence or the execution of asanas.

The main goal is the traditional mysore style teaching and sequence.

What is Self-Practice?

Self-Practice=Mysore - Teacher

In these classes students practice what they learned in mysore-classes, in harmony with themselves, Tristana (Bandhas, Drishtis, Ujjayi) and the group. The student can profit from the energy shared by the group and vice versa. Self-Pratice is the key to a steady and dynamic-meditative practice.

A team-member of AYRF will always be present and practice, too. You can ask for support in tricky asanas before class. Apart from that, there will be no talking: just practice and breathe.

Practice, practice and all is coming, as Guruji said – or as we would say: constant tripping wears away the stone.

To participate in this class you need to develop your own mysore-practice first.

Drop-Ins may please send a request before your their first visit via E-Mail: yoga@ayrf.de.


'Practice, practice and all is coming.'  (Guruji)


These classes take place at Ki.Bi.Z. Schopenhauer

 Monday at 06.30 p.m.  (Mysore)

Wednesday at 06.30 p.m. (Mysore)

Friday at 06.30 p.m.  (Mysore)


 These classes take place at Happy Fitness:

Monday at 06.30 a.m. (Self-Practice)

Tuesday at 06.30 a.m. (Mysore)

Wednesday at 06.30 a.m. (Mysore)

Thursday at 06.30 a.m. (Mysore)

Friday at 06.30 a.m. (Self-Practice)

Sunday at 04.30 p.m. (Mysore)


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