Welcome to the traditional Shala of Ashtanga Yoga, located in the heart of
the Lion City of Singapore.
Our classes are conducted daily, except for Moon Days,
by Teachers Authorised by Sharath Jois in Mysore.
Imagine you enter a yoga class, where each student practices at their own pace, following their breath, and receiving individualised instructions from the teacher. Sounds intriguing?
Well, that is what we do.
Visit Ashtanga Yoga Nilayam on Mind Body to book your first class with us!
Monday to Friday
7:00am - 8:30am
8:30am - 10:00am
Tuesday & Friday 6:15pm to 7:45pm
(no drop-ins for this class)
REMINDER: No classes on New & Full Moon.
Please always check the updated schedule and book your visit through Mind Body.
99% PRACTICE AND 1% THEORY
Ashtanga Yoga is a traditional style of yoga practice employing asana - the yoga postures, and vinyasa - the movement with breath, to create a gracefully flowing practice accessible for almost everyone, who wants to discover the yet undiscovered abilities of their own body.
Days preceding the New and Full Moon are considered as auspicious in the Ashtanga Yoga tradition. There is no Mysore class on those days. Take rest or attend a restorative or meditation class.
Marta is a dedicated yoga practitioner and teacher granted with Level 2 Authorisation from Sharath Jois to teach Astanga Yoga.
She has a daily self-practice of asana and meditation and almost 15 years of experience on the mat.
Through her own history of injuries, Marta developed a sense of compassion and understanding towards the students with limited physical abilities. While working with athletes and clients from various sports' backgrounds, she learned how to incorporate the knowledge of human body and anatomy, to provide the students with healthy and personalised practice.
Influenced by the spiritual teachers, among others Thich Nhat Hanh, BKS Iyengar and S.N. Goenka, Marta has been for almost a decade inspiring and motivating her students to change their attitude towards life through the disciplined daily yoga practice.
She's also passionate about Ayurveda and constantly studies to understand more about the connection between one's mind, body and soul.
John is a life-long practitioner of yoga. His fascination towards this ancient practice began at the tender age of 9 years, as a primary school apprentice.
He continued his learning journey through his youth until early adulthood when, after having graduated several intensive yoga trainings, he began to teach daily in 2009, in New Delhi.
In 2012 he found his passion and love for Ashtanga Yoga and has been making his yearly trips to Mysore ever since.
He received the blessing to teach, from his Guru Sharath Rangaswamy Jois - Authorization Level 2.
While teaching, his focus lies in guiding yoga according to Vinyasa principles - a moving meditation with grace and fluidity, by connecting harmoniously with the breath.
He truly appreciates the benefits of therapeutic yoga and feels honoured to be spreading positivity to all. His teachings bring fresh light and awareness to each and every moment.
John is forever grateful to all his teachers which he met during his yoga journey.
He believes there is no limit to learning and self discovery.
"Yoga is the way of disciplining the mind, training the mind, so we can bring the mind and body into harmony."