STHALAM8

STHALAM8

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Sthalam 8 is a yoga studio in Mysore, India where a student can experience a complete immersion in the Ashtanga yoga practice. Started by Ajay Kumar, a serious practitioner of yoga since he was 10 and a teacher for the last 8 years, Sthalam 8 offers a range of classes designed to suit both complete beginners and advanced practitioners. The studio Sthalam 8 derives its name for the Sanskrit word for place, the 8 denoting the 8 limbs of Ashtanga yoga. Classes include a Mysore style morning self-practice where Ajay circulates the room giving instructions and making adjustments on students ensuring that everyone practices to their full potential. Besides this, Sthalam 8 also offers an in-depth teachers training program and monthly workshops on Chanting and the Yoga Sutras. Located in Chamaraja Puram (a two minute walk from Laxmipuram) the studio features an Indian fusion caf� and a shaded sit-out where you can browse through magazines and books or just spend the hours in relaxed conversation with fellow yogis. Our classes are a mix of long term resident students who return every year, Indians from across the country including locals who live in Mysore and travelers passing through for an Ashtanga Yoga holiday.

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  • Mysore
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...Ashta means 8 and Anga means limbs so the meaning of the word “Ashtanga” means the eight limbs of yoga. Course Content of the Program is: 1... Learn about: Yoga Meditation... More


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  • Mysore
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...All this is to evaluate their readiness for the training & to make sure that they are well ready to deal with the regulation and rigor needed for a teacher's... Learn about: Teaching Skills, Teacher Education, Teaching Strategies... More


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