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Yoga

Our Yoga Shala hosts traditional, therapeutic, and wellness methods of yoga. Tailored to your age, physical ability, or health, we will guide you to discover yoga’s powerful benefits through a gentle, restorative practice or a dynamic and vigorous style. Each intimate-sized class allows individualized attention and allows the student to focus on the movement, and learning to quiet the mind. There is absolutely no previous experience required. Siendo offers yoga and movement therapy sessions, both in-person and virtually. Private, semi-private, and small group classes are available.

Schedule

Mon

Tue

wed

thu

FRI

SAT

07:30
09:30

Ashtanga
Yoga Mysore

Margaret

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Ashtanga
Yoga Mysore

Rosana

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Ashtanga
Yoga Mysore

Margaret

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08:00
09:00

Hatha

Gabrielle

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Hatha

Cauhe

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10:00
11:00

Vinyasa

Gabrielle

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12:00
13:30

Ashtanga
Yoga Mysore

Rosana

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Ashtanga
Yoga Mysore

Rosana

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Ashtanga
Yoga LED

Cauhe

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19:00
20:15

Hatha

Gabrielle

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Yin Yoga

Gabrielle

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Yin Yoga

Gabrielle

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07:30
09:30

08:00
09:30

10:00
11:00

Mon


Hatha

Cauhe

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Tue

Ashtanga
Yoga Mysore

Margaret

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Wed

Ashtanga Yoga Mysore

Rosana

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THU

Ashtanga
Yoga Mysore

Margaret

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fri


Hatha

Cauhe

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SAT


Vinyasa

Gabriella

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12:00
13:30

18:00
19:00

19:00
20:15

MON

Ashtanga
Yoga Mysore

Rosana

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Hatha

Gabriella

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TUE


Yin Yoga

Gabriella

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Wed

Ashtanga Yoga Mysore

Rosana

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THU


Yin Yoga

Gabriella

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fri

Ashtanga Yoga LED

Cauhe

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Days off and Moon days

Following the traditional guidelines of the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga method, as synthesized by Sri K. Pattabhi Join in Mysore, India, in the second half of the 20th century, we do not practice or teach Ashtanga Yoga on New Moon and Full Moon days.

On these days, the moon's influence on Earth is at its peak, and it should be utilized for rest and introspection. When we practice Ashtanga Yoga, we connect to a community of thousands of practitioners from around the world who have been building and strengthening this communal energy for decades. Respecting these traditional guidelines is contributing to this collective energy.
June MOON days | No Ashtanga Class
Thursday, 6th & Saturday 22nd
June Holidays | No Yoga Classes
Monday, 10th & Thursday, 13th

Moon

In Yoga, the full moon corresponds to the top of the inhalation and the very peak of Prana Vayu (the expansive and upward-moving direction of Prana). The full moon provides energy and heat, but can increase the tendency to lose our connection to earth. The new moon is associated with the end of the exhalation when Apana (the contracting and downward-moving direction of Prana) is at its strongest. During this time the energy is quieter and cooler, but the tendency can be towards heaviness and lethargy. Practicing Yoga over time creates a greater sensitivity towards energetic movements and influences. Observing moon days is a way to recognize the ebb and flow in nature and within our beings, so we can live more in tune with these cycles.

Price List

Single | Drop In
15€
5 Class Pack
55€
10 Class Pack
70€
15 Class Pack
80€
Monthly Unlimited
95€

Yoga Styles

Following the rhythms of nature, our yoga styles are inspired by the flows of the vigorous practice of Ashtanga Vinyasa during the day time and the restorative YIN energy in the evening. 

Yoga is union. Ashtanga Vinyasa is a modern form of classical yoga, founded by SK Pattabhi Jois (1915-2009) in Mysore, India. It is a method that has been passed down from teacher to disciple throughout the years and is now practiced by millions of people around the world. Using your body as a vehicle, Ashtanga Yoga allows you to get in touch with your emotions and understand your habitual mental patterns. As you grow in your practice, you learn to breathe at your rhythm. Moving through the different asanas (postures), you learn to focus on the present moment while becoming aware of your intrinsic connection to the universe. Developing a sustainable, individualized Ashtanga Yoga practice provides you with spiritually grounded energy that supports you as you move smoothly through the challenges of daily life. This energy allows you to carry yourself with more confidence and poise, defines your sense of belonging and purpose on earth, and increases your compassion for others.

Ashtanga Yoga means "eight-limbed" yoga. These eight limbs are described in Patanjali's Yoga Sutras: Yama - self-restraint Niyama - self-purification, personal observances Asana - seat or posture Pranayama - breath control, development of energy Pratyahara - sense withdrawal Dharana - concentration Dhyana - meditation Samadhi - absorption, enlightenment

The focus of a Yin Yoga practice is to release and let go of tension, both on a physical and emotional level. Poses are held for a longer period of time than in other practices. This allows the fascia and the pathways of the nervous system to reorganize and align themselves most naturally, getting rid of tension, especially in the upper body and hips. Through our breath and a mental attitude towards acceptance, Yin Yoga is also an emotional experience. What may look like a soft and slow practice can be quite challenging as we engage in a dialogue with ourselves and our bodies. “We don't use our body to get into a pose, we use the pose to get into our bodies” – Yin Sights

Yoga Teachers

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Margaret Rosania | Ashtanga Yoga

Margaret has been teaching Ashtanga Yoga according to the Mysore method for almost two decades. She was first introduced to Yoga in 2001 and began practicing Ashtanga in 2003. Her journey through Yoga gave her the opportunity to practice with various teachers around the world and the opportunity to be for 4 years the assistant of her professor in New York, Guy Donahaye, in the Ashtanga Yoga Shala NYC. With the birth of her son Micael in 2012 she experienced a deepening of Yoga in all aspects of her life.
Cauhe Yoga

Cauhe Motta | Ashtanga Yoga

Graduated in Hatha Yoga Classics from Humaniversidade de São Paulo, began practicing Ashtanga Yoga almost 20 years ago, and started teaching a few years later. “Along with so many other teachers and students that I have the opportunity to learn from, I continue my training that I’m sure will never end. At the end of my daily practice, I bow to have this Yoga in my life.”

Rosana has been a yoga practitioner for over 10 years, and after having spent 3 months in India, she practiced Ashtanga yoga and completed training on Pranic Healing – a holistic therapy that works with energy.

Gabrielle has been practicing yoga since 2015 and fell in love with this way of life at the first moment. She did her first Yoga Teacher Training in 2020 Brazil and in 2022 completed her Advanced Yoga Teacher Training in India, where she stayed for 3 months studying yoga, religion and meditation. In her classes the main purpose is to look inside yourself and be present.