The spring schedule starts on 10/1-2022 runs until midsummer The first week of 2022 we are closed 1-5th January and have special opening hours 6-9th of January. Scroll down to see an overview of the schedule as well as temporary schedule changes for the spring.
Due to Covid-19 regulations we offer online participation via Zoom on our Mysore classes . You can buy your online membership by emailing us. For prices see the list below. Monthly / season card holders can participate online with their existing cards. Registration is done via email.
We don’t teach on full/new moon (only beginner’s courses continue as scheduled). Beginners should attend a course before coming to Mysore class. For a detailed description of our classes see the our class descriptions.
The shala opens 15 min before class and you have access to the premises then. On Sundays and public holidays we open at 08:30. All classes are drop-in except for beginners courses and workshops which require pre-registration (detailed information about upcoming courses can be found here). The latest drop-in is 60min before the end of class. Please start your finishing sequence at latest with 20 minutes to go so that you can be finished and showered/changed when the class time is over. On weekdays existing cardholders may come for self-practice (unassisted) after the Mysore class in case you over sleep or had to work late.
One Friday and one Sunday a month Mysore class is replaced by a guided FULL primary series class. The class suits all levels except complete beginners, BUT please be on time (no entry after class has begun). On Sundays after the guided class we gather for tea&talk, a 30min Q&A session where we discuss a yoga related topic. All dates for guided class are listed in the overview schedule.
You need a code to enter the building, therefore we ask you contact us per email before you come to practice the first time (at latest 24h before your visit). Our address with a map to our location is found on the contact page. For everybody’s comfort please observe the shala guidelines when you come to practice.