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 New place of practice and sharing.

A Yoga Shala built into a cave and surrounded by nature in Arta, 

A space with perfect setting to support our yogic and spiritual practices.



  • Weekly Ashtanga Yoga Mysore Style Self Practice,
    Monday – Friday from 8:00am-11:00am

    «Prices & Passes For Mysore Class«

    Drop in : 15 Euros

    Weekly Pass: 70 Euros

    10 Classes: 130 Euros
     ( Must be used within 10 weeks)

  • Privates 1-2-1 & Small Group

  • Mini Retreats.

  • Events, workshops, and other  type of classes will be announced regularly.


  • This class is suitable for all levels of practitioners including the beginners. Mysore style is the authentic way of practicing and learning Ashtanga Yoga system. At this class you will learn the classical Ashtanga Yoga method as taught by Sri Triumalai Krishnamacharia and Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. 

  • You can drop in for your practice anytime in between these set hours at least for a minimum of one hour. Which means some people can come for one hour practice and the others can come for  a longer practice all practicing in their own pace in a safe and supported environment. 

  • One of the unique aspects of this class is that the teacher will be guiding you through the practice step by step and posture by posture to develop your own personal practice gradually. It is basically like having a private one to one but in a group settings. As well as receiving the proper guidance you will also receive healing adjustments from the teacher that will create new space in the body to help you perform certain postures that are challenging to perform by yourself.
    Ashtanga yoga is a powerful and dynamic form of yoga based on a series of body postures known as Asanas, combined with specific way of breathing known as Ujjay and nine points of mental focus known as Dirishtis that has the power to connect the mind, body and spirit and to make you feel whole again.
    These asanas are performed in a specific order known as 'series' and in Ashtanga system we have six powerful series. With regular practice you will gain inner and outer strength and balance as well as tremendous amounts of flexibilities that will heal and transform you inside out.


  • Ashtanga Yoga means “Eight Limbed Yoga”. To practice Ashtanga Yoga properly is to observe and practice the entire eight limbs. These are moral and code of ethics (Yama & Nyamas), the postures (Asana), breath control (Pranayama), withdraw from the senses (Pratyahara), living in the presence of the divine energy (Dharna), the state of meditation (Dyana) and the experiences beyond the body and mind (Samadhi).
    We aim to create a safe and loving space for you to practice and grow on the path feeling supported along the way. 

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