LEVEL 1: For people who are new to Yoga or Ashtanga Yoga.
LEVEL 2: For people who have been practicing Yoga for some time and are already familiar with the series of Ashtanga.
LEVEL 3: For people with an established practice of Yoga, Yoga teachers or very athletic practitioners.
The studio will be closed on 1st November and 6th and 8th December.
MOON DAYS: From November onwards the studio will be closed for mysore in the
mornings on New Moon and Full Moon days:
NEW MOON: Wednesday 7th November 2018 (no mysore from 6.30am to 10.30am)
FULL MOON: Friday 23rd November 2018 (yes, there will be Ashtanga guided class at 7.15am)
NEW MOON: Friday 7th December 2018 (yes, there will be Ashtanga guided class at 7.15am)
FULL MOON: Saturday 22nd December 2018 (no mysore from 8.30am to 10.30am)
NEW MOON: Saturday 5th January 2019 (no mysore from 8.30am to 10.30am)
FULL MOON: Sunday 20th January 2019 (estudio cerrado)
The studio will still be open for the Intermediate/Advanced classes, afternoon mysore and all guided Ashtanga classes, but our recommendation is not to practice Ashtanga on those days.
Ashtanga Mysore self-practice
What many people like about Ashtanga Yoga is that it's normally taught and practiced in that style. Mysore style means that every student moves at his own rythm and level, while the teacher supervised this practice and adjusts the student while he's moving through the Ashtanga sequences. This style is the traditional way as taught in Mysore, India, where Shri K Pathabhi Jois earlier established it. The school remains open and is directed by Sharath Jois, his grandson and student. CEvery year our teacher Tabata Trejo is going to India to study this method to continue transmit the practice without losing its essence and tradition.
Often we hear people saying: 'I can't practice Mysore, I've never practiced Yoga before and I don't know the sequence'. It doesn't matter! The only thing you need to do is to come! The rest you will learn. We would like to share this article with you. It is written by someone who decided to follow this path and fell in love with the practice of Ashtanga Yoga. https://www.yogitimes.com/article/practicing-ashtanga-yoga
Ashtanga guided class
In this class, the students follow the rhythm marked by the professor.
The intention of this class is to remember the movements and the right vinyasas of the series apart from working more in the fluidity of the sequence.
It is really important for Ashtanga Yoga students who already have a little more time practicing to take one guided class per week. In this class no new postures are added but you'll work to deepen each posture of the series.
In Soham Yoga Barcelona we offer guided classes on Fridays in the morning as well as in the afternoon.
This is a class based on the practice of Ashtanga Yoga how it is taught in the traditional way. We offer this initiation classes to Ashtanga Yoga so you can get to know the postures of the Ashtanga Yoga series and the method of the practice. You will understand how to begin with the Ashtanga Yoga self-practice (mysore) assisted by a teacher and how to synchronize the breathing with the movement. Over all you'll have the opportunity of practicing step-by-step adapting to the level that the students of each class may have.
No matter if you are new to Ashtanga Yoga or new yo any kind of yoga, this class is ideal to begin and understand the method. Ashtanga Yoga is a challenging method that focuses on self-knowledge - first on the mat and from there it transforms your body and mind. Remember step by step and one day at the time.
This class is inspired by the personal practice of each of the teachers that teach classes in Soham Yoga Barcelona. Is ideal for all levels since we always adapt it to the students. Our intention is to try to share our experiences in a more personalised way understanding that each human being is unique although we are all together part of the same in the universe.
We want you to evolve in your practice and to have the wellness and triumph feeling in each class that you take.
Soham Yoga class is fun, fluid and very energetic, always with new challenges. Step by step you will be a witness of the physical and energetic results that you will be obtaining. Every level is welcome.
These are classes designed to learn to use the mechanics of the body. Tabata provides tools to her students to help them to develop their bandas and to enter and deepen into their practice of yoga with consciousness. It is recommended for people with an established practice of Yoga, Yoga teachers or very athletic practitioners.
No matter if you're advanced or a beginner,
the Jivamukti Open Class welcomes you, as it it open to all levels.
You will work on your own rythm, following the instructions of the teachers including verbal queues and physical adjustments.
A typical Jivamukti Open Class incorporates the five
principles of Jivamukti Yoga:
The classes include singing of mantras, conscious breathing, Vinyasa flow sequences, exploration of alignment, physical adjustments, relaxation and meditation.