This post is the first in a series of ‘first time tips’ for those planning a trip to Mysore. This information comes through hard-won experience of my very own first trip. Ultimately an amazing experience but not without it’s challenges to be sure.
After a 7 year wait I finally make it to Mysore. In this blog post I share my experience of my first 24 hours in India. It’s an intense and choatic but not unpleasant experience.
Check out the latest updates to the Ashtanga Yoga Leeds website. Joey is offering a free download of his beautifully designed Ashtanga Primary Series Chart. You can also sign up to find out about upcoming retreats and workshops and also purchase his sanskrit counted led primary MP3.
In August 2013 Sharath visited London as part of his European tour. Over 150 practitioners descended on the Camden Centre early each morning for 6 days of counted primary with Sharath. After the first practice together Sharath gave a short talk followed by a Q&A session. This is the transcription of Sharath’s Sunday talk.
Michael Stone is another one of my favourite teachers. He’s a really inspiring guy, engaged in social change that starts from within. He’s a psychotherapist, yoga teacher, Buddhist teacher, author and activist. Sounds like a lot doesn’t it? This video is really quite special. Michael weaves Patanjali’s philosophies skillfully into our modern lives with a powerful call to action.