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Welcome to Spacious Yoga – Ashtanga Vinyasa with Iain Grysak

Ongoing Mysore classes in Ubud, Bali

Iain is currently teaching Mysore style classes in Ubud until September 2015. All are welcome, whether for a few months of focused development or a few days as they pass through town. Beginners are also welcome to learn the foundations of this system from Iain

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About Iain

Iain Grysak is a dedicated practitioner and teacher of the Ashtanga Vinyasa system. He has completed the 4th (Advanced B) series with Rolf Naujokat and has been teaching for 14 years. He is currently a student of Sharath Jois.

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Special Courses 2015

Ashtanga Immersion Course – August 2015

Daily Mysore style practice, pranayama and discourse with Iain in Ubud, Bali

4 weeks: August 2 – August 28 or 2 weeks: August 2 – August 14
Early registration pricing ends June 15.

The Ashtanga Immersion will be held in Ubud, Bali in August 2015. The Immersion consists of daily asana, pranayama and discussion. It is designed to deepen all areas of practice through direct experience, and to help integrate practice into the thread of awareness that runs through daily life.

This course includes 6 morning sessions per week consisting of traditional Mysore-style practice from Sundays – Thursdays and led primary series on Fridays. Additionally, there are 4 afternoon sessions per week, Monday – Thursday, which involve exercises to cultivate depth and subtlety in bandha, breathing and pranayama along with discussion about the role of Yoga and Buddhist philosophy in our modern physical practice and daily lives.

The course is open for 2 or 4 weeks registration.

Contact Iain at iaingrysak@gmail.com to register.


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