With the many things we do in life it can be difficult to maintain a daily Yoga practice for many of us.
It has become an annual tradition for us to invite all practitioners to challenge themselves, to try to get out of the comfort zone. The challenge is for you to try practicing as if you were in Mysore, practically every day for at least 4 week.
Right after the challenge you should keep the momementum and sign up for Grischa's Easter Ashtanga Intensive @ AYB (20-22 April)
This year we have 3 levels of winning the challenge, they just differ in the number of weeks.
|# practice days||Price(s)|
|Challenge S||20 days in 4 weeks||
|Challenge M||25 in 5 weeks||
|Challenge L||30 in 6 weeks||
- *This voucher can be used for all our workshops and Yoga classes (also as a gift for someone else)
- **If more than five participants complete the L challenge we will draw the lottery on 19 April.
- Only practice @ Shala counts
- A card or plan to cover for the classes is mandatory
- Sore ? Even a 30 minute practice counts!
- Weak ? A prāṇāyāma / sitting practice counts, too. We can show you.
- Ill ? Keep your virus at home. Email us on first day (!) for extension.
- Away ? Extension if announced on day one
- Extensions only within the given timeframe.
- We are all different, don’t judge yourself or others.
- This can be easy, difficult or practically impossible.
Trying makes all difference, not success.
- No grim faces @ Yoga. All this is supposed to be fun!
Everybody can join the challenge this year. The only requirement is of course that you have enough "credit" in your account or card.
Questions or registration by email or at the studio.
We all know that donations can never be enough. Shouldn't we - as Yoga practitioners - do more and change our own lifestyle?
Nobody can be perfect, but we know that each one of us must improve.
What am I eating? How much am I shopping? How much energy am I wasting? Am I buying fair and sustainable products? Am I travelling just for fun or do I really have to? What could be done with the money and energy instead?
Let's all begin the new year extra mindful and observe ourselves objectively rather than judging others. Let's be honest with ourselves!
Daily Yoga practice is self-transformative - if done mindfully! A self-transformation based on ethic principles (e.g. the 5 yama-s listed in Patañjali Yoga Sutra) is your small but not meaningless contribution to a better world.
"Anyone can practice. Young man can practice. Old man can practice. Very old man can practice. Man who is sick, he can practice. Man who doesn't have strength can practice. Except lazy people; lazy people can't practice ashtanga yoga." (Sri K. Pattabhi Jois)