When we finally get beyond the impressive physical benefits of yoga, that’s where the real power of this practice really starts. Strength and flexibility are just the tip of the iceberg.
Our Mysore style yoga practice community is linked with a worldwide network of practitioners dedicated to the yoga tradition disseminated through T. Krishnamacharya.
Our teachers have studied deeply with some of the most experienced yoga masters in the world. Together, we keep our teachings grounded between tradition and innovation. We are established firmly in personal practice and believe in the thoughtful, compassionate treatment of our students as individuals within a method that works in a collective format: the Mysore room.
Our practice room Director is Sarah Hatcher; a dedicated student of Yoga with over 15 years experience working with senior teachers certified in the lineage of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois.
Emma Isokivi is a dedicated Mysore practitioner of many years. She teaches the mid-morning Mysore timeslot, as well as an assortment of led Ashtanga classes.
Amy Hughes is a long-time student of John Scott and has been studying yoga intensively for nearly two decades. Amy is known for her encouraging yet challenging instruction in Ashtanga and related styles of yoga. She leads our Eveing Mysore programme, is co-director of the Avid Yogi Training Pathway at Meadowlark Yoga, and leads workshops and group classes regularly.
Together with Meadowlark & program founder Karen Kirkness, these teachers and their Mysore assistants keep the Meadowlark Mysore room in touch with the evolving practice of Ashtanga Yoga every day.
Your teachers will introduce you to the principles of Ashtanga asana practice and guide your study of the Yoga Sutras.
Look for Sarah’s led chanting sessions on Wednesdays 4.00 – 4.50pm and Fridays 9.15 – 9.50am (£5 for non-Mysore pass holders, open to all).