There are various options for getting to know Ashtanga Yoga in our studio:

1. For beginners
The best way to get to know Ashtanga Yoga is on the following dates:
Ashtanga yoga is taught in the traditional form, Mysore, on Tuesdays from 6 p.m. to 7.30 p.m.
During the guided lesson on Thursdays from 6-7.30 p.m., the first series - half of it - up to Navasana is practiced together in the group. The teacher announces the asanas (exercises).

It makes sense to register for beginners' lessons in advance, but it is not mandatory. Of course you can also sniff on other days. Only the Led Class on the first Saturday of every month is less suitable for beginners. We also regularly offer beginner courses.

2. For experienced Ashtanga yogis
Come to any class on the timetable. During the Mysore lessons, the teacher will introduce you to the exercise sequence step by step and gradually expand your program. You can start practicing individually and at your own pace. The primary Led Class is suitable for yogis with Ashtanga experience who can already do the first series.

3. Trial with individual entries, trial month, 10-ticket card, ... up to membership  
We offer many different ways to practice yoga in our shala. From the trial lesson for getting started, to membership for yogis who practice regularly.

However, we would like to strongly encourage anyone interested to take a few weeks/months to get started in practice. The benefits of this yoga practice do not appear right at the beginning, but rather take some time. The cleansing processes that are triggered by the Ashtanga practice usually only come into flow after some time. It also simply takes time until you know the sequences and the practice becomes easy. Take the time and practice regularly. "Practice at all is important." Sri K. Pattabhi Jois