Karma Yoga Class for Yoga Mandala Project

A community and donation-based class intended to raise money for the Yoga Mandala Project: Supporting Refugees with Yoga. Teachers volunteer their time and are usually part of the Project. 100% of the donations will go to the Project.  

Instructors: Various Instructors, Volunteers of the Mandala Project, Shala Tree Teachers, or others wishing to support. 

The Project is entirely reliant on donations, so come practice to support a cause and pay it forward. Minimum suggested donation is 5 JDS.

For more info visit: https://www.yogamandalaproject.org or visit their Facebook page: 

** Contact us if you are interested in volunteering to teach or would like to get involved in the Project.


 

A mantra (or chant) is either a word or phrase to be sung or recited in kirtan. The practice comes from the bhakti yoga tradition, often defined as the yoga of devotion. it is a form of meditation through call and response of mantra. For more information on Kirtan here visit Jai Uttal’s website.

Various groups gather in circle in Amman to chanting. Contact us to learn where to go!

Kirtan & Chanting

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Mysore Style is the traditional method of learning Ashtanga Yoga. It is a self-practice where one moves through the Ashtanga series of poses, with the guidance and assistance of a teacher through one-on-one instructionas, as they were  taught by Sri K Pattabhi Jois. Practitioners arrive anytime during the class period and practice for as little or as long as they like. The teacher moves around the room and practitioners are individually supported by the teacher who assists and adjusts when needed.

No experience with the series is necessary and beginners serious about developing a practice are welcome. For beginners, it is encouraged to commit to 1 month of practice, at least 3 times a week at the Shala. 


Vinyasa means to flow from posture to posture with the breath. The practice becomes, over time, with practice, a moving meditation.