SATURDAYS | MYSORE PRACTICE | GREENWICH
Mysore practice is suitable for most people. Beginners are welcome. This is a wonderful way to learn astanga vinyasa and develop a practice. If your first encounter with astanga is Mysore style, you are very lucky!

Astanga teaching includes some hands-on adjustment of the body. If this is not OK for you, please let me know by email or at the class.

Costs
To decide which rate is appropriate for you, please read the Fee Policy.
One class:
£13 / £11 low income / £7 concessions.
Six-class block-booking card:
£66 / £54 low income / £36 concessions.
Twelve-class block-booking card:
£120 / £96 low income / £60 concessions.
Block-booking cards: Are valid for eight weeks and can be used at any Mysore class interchange-ably (week-day or Saturday, Greenwich or Woolwich). You can use your card as many times in a single week as you like. Cards cannot be used beyond the expiry date, and unused classes cannot be refunded. However, for the cost of one drop-in class, you can extend an expired card for a further eight weeks.

Time: 8.30–10.30am. In Mysore practice, you can start and finish at any time – just make sure you allow enough time for your practice (about an hour if you are a beginner).
Place: St Mark’s Centre (activity room), 22 Greenwich South St, Greenwich SE10 8TY (entrance in Ashburnham Place).
Travel: 5 mins Greenwich overground / DLR; 53, 177, 180, 188, 199, 386 bus.
Terms: None, classes run continuously, but see below for Christmas / New Year dates.
Mats: A limited number of mats are available to borrow; however, it’s more hygienic to have your own. You can buy a basic good-quality mat from me for £15. Please enquire.
Can I leave my mat there: Yes.
Showers: No, but there's a big toilet area where you can wash.
Booking and enquiries: If you are coming to practise Mysore with us for the first time, it’s helpful if you can contact me in advance to let me know, otherwise just come along.

CHRISTMAS DATES
Last class of 2017: 23 December
First class of 2018: 6 January.

“The techniques of yoga are merely ways of keeping the attention focused
and present with whatever is occurring. They are based on connections between patterns of thought, the emotions,
the breathing, the posture and the general physiology of the body. Through yoga we can cultivate these feedback systems between the body, the breath, the senses and the thoughts. The body itself then becomes the ground for enlightenment.”—Richard Freeman