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Note of Thanks

I thank Sri K. Pattabhi Jois who has given us this practice and Sharath Jois for his teachings and support; and I give thanks for all the benefits which I have experienced through the practice. In their spirit I seek to pass on Ashtanga Yoga; contributing to advancing the good and progress.

Ashtanga Yoga

The word Ashtanga is Sanskrit and means eight limbed: astau (eight) and anga (limb), they are described by Patanjali in the ancient script Yoga Sutra.

We start the practice of Yoga with the third limb Asana (posture), which are connected in series linked together following the rhythm of the breath. All the limbs are equal important and interconnected. The Asana practice has in its traditional form two key elements – vinyasa and tristhana.

Vinyasa is the coordination of breath and movement meaning that every movement is done in synchrony with an inhalation or exhalation linking each Asana to each other.
Tristhana means three places of attention which are posture, breath and a gazing point.

Practicing Asana regularly with determination following this method will give strength, flexibility and stamina to the body, sense organs and mind.

For Consideration

There is an Indian proverb or axiom that says that
everyone is a house with four rooms,
a physical, a mental, an emotional, and a spiritual.
Most of us tend to live in one room most of the time but,
unless we go into every room every day,
even if only to keep it aired, we are not a complete person.

(Rumer Godden in A House with Four Rooms by Rumer Godden)

Namaste

Anette Jörgens was born in Germany and holds a Masters degree in Linguistics, German literature and Psychology and a post-graduate degree in Evaluation. She worked for many years in Science, Culture, Business, International Organisations and as the Director of Studies at a renowned institute for analytical psychology and psychotherapy.

Her Yoga path began in 2003, when she discovered Ashtanga Yoga. In 2006 she had the fortune to study with revered Yogacharya Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, on his world tour in France. Since 2008 she has been travelling every year to Mysore to study at KPJAYI and received authorisation to teach by Paramaguru Sri R. Sharath Jois in 2012. She assisted her guru in the Shala in Mysore and in 2015 she made the decision to make yoga her life’s path. In 2016 she was selected to participate in the “Special course for KPJAYI teachers“ in Mysore. In 2017 she was invited to teach in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Klassen

Mysore

Mysore class bedeutet, dass die /der Teilnehmende bereits eine eigene Ashtanga practice hat.

Teilnehmer ohne Vorkenntnisse sind auch herzlich willkommen

Dienstags von 07.00 bis 08.00 Uhr.

 

Ort

Yoganation, Seefeldstrasse 7a, 8008 Zürich, yoganation.ch

 

Zeiten

Dienstags, Mittwochs, Donnerstags von 06.30 bis 08.30 Uhr

An moon days keine Klasse.

 

Preise

1 Monat CHF 220

Drop in CHF 35

10er Abo (gültig 3 Monate) CHF 260

Einführungskurs CHF 280

8 x 60 min, zu festen Terminen nach Absprache

Classes

Mysore

Mysore class means, that the participant already has an own Ashtanga practice.

Participants without experience in Ashtanga Yoga are also most welcome

on Tuesdays from 7.00 to 8.00 am.

 

Location

Yoganation, Seefeldstrasse 7a, 8008 Zürich, yoganation.ch

 

Class hours

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6.30 to 8.30 am

No classes on moon days.

 

Prices

1 Month CHF 220

Drop in CHF 35

10 Subscriptions (valid 3 months) CHF 260

Introduction course CHF 280

On request: 8 x 60 mins on fixed dates

Ausprobieren

Wie so oft: Zuviel Nachdenken hilft nicht, aber die eigene Erfahrung schon!
Wenn Du noch nicht weisst, ob Yoga überhaupt etwas für Dich ist oder Du Lust hast, Ashtanga einfach einmal auszuprobieren, kannst Du das gerne tun.
Eine Schnupperstunde ist gratis, und es gibt ein Probeabo (einmalig, ein Monat gültig) 3 Klassen für 60 CHF.

Give it a try

As very often: Too much thinking doesn´t help, but your own experience does!
If you are not sure if yoga generally is the right thing for you or if you want just to try Ashtanga Yoga, you are most welcome.
One try-out class is free, and a trial subscription (one time, valid for one month) is available 3 classes for 60 CHF.