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to book a class, we do as in the good old days, email us. Then we know you're coming, we simply take it from there. Welcome

Spring schedule 9 January – 22 June 2023













* Led primary series in the following days 19/1, 16/2, 16/3, 20/4, 18/5, 22/6

class start 17.30

The classes are on a drop-in basis; you don’t need to book your spot to come to classes.

Please note that you need a code to enter the building, therefore we ask you to contact us

before you come to practice the first time (at latest 24h before your visit).

In addition to the above, you will also be able to attend classes in Malmö.



Tuesdays,lunchtime classes at 12.00 change time for the rest of the term to tomorrow at 06.00


All classes and courses are run in cooperation with our partner Medborgarskolan. Cards and memberships are available to buy from the teacher when you come to class . Please don’t bring cash as you will be invoiced separately .

All classes are drop-in except for beginners courses and workshops that require pre-registration. The monthly (1, 3, 5 months) cards start at the date of purchase and are valid for unlimited practice during the respective number of months.

Student and pensioners’ discount 20% is available on all cards and courses*. We also offer concessions if you’re unemployed. The option of paying in several installments is available. Please contact us should you have any questions.


  • 1-month card =1300SEK

  • 3-month card = 3300SEK

  • 5-month card = 5300SEK

  • 10 times “klippkort” = 1695SEK

  • drop-in = 175SEK

You can also go to Malmö and practice with the same card if you want to.


If you are completely new to Ashtanga yoga, it may be appropriate to start by attending a beginners’ course or an introductory session, so that you will know how this style of yoga is practiced. (We will publish the schedule when it is ready. Meanwhile, there are beginners’ courses starting in Malmö, so please consult here if you are interested. 


MYSORE class is the traditional form of teaching and practicing Ashtanga yoga. It’s the way Ashtanga yoga was (and still is) originally taught in Mysore, India. The participants memorize (or at least try to memorize, with the help of cheat sheets which we have available) the Ashtanga yoga sequence, and practice at their own pace and according to their own ability whilst the teacher gives personal guidance and adjustments. You practice the postures that you have learned, and when the teacher finds that you are ready to move on, you will get instructions for the next posture.

We work with the Ashtanga yoga sequences as a framework but try to help each practitioner find variations and adaptations that suit the particular individual. Classes are mixed level with beginners practicing next to more seasoned practitioners. You don’t have to arrive before the class starts; you can arrive late, but you need to finish your practice before the end of the class.


LED class is guided by the teacher by using Sanskrit count and English, and the students go through the sequence without interruption. No detailed instructions other than for in and exhalation and the Sanskrit names of postures are given. Students are asked to stop at their last posture and wait until the finishing sequence unless the teacher invites them to continue. Contrary to Mysore style everyone begins and ends the class together and all participants are thus asked to come on time for class. The class covers the Primary Series of Ashtanga yoga. You don’t need to be able to do the whole sequence to participate, but the class is not suitable for complete beginners of Ashtanga yoga. If you are not sure whether you can attend or not, please contact us and tell us about your experience.


For other questions that you may have about Ashtanga yoga, this page might help you: 

Or please write to us from the Contact page. 


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