Fer Aller

Fer has been practicing Ashtanga Yoga for 20 years and learning from various of the best Ashtanga teachers in the world: Sharath Jois, Hamish Hendry, Kino Macgregor, David Swenson, John Scott, David Williams and Tomas Zorzo. 

In November 2014 completed 200 hours Yoga Alliance Teaching Training in Ashtanga Vinyasa and Yin Yoga.  

Fer has been teaching Ashtanga since 2007 following the traditional Mysore Style.  

As Ashtanga yoga student is working in the Second Series under the guidance of Hamish Hendry (Ashtanga Yoga London).  

 

What is Ashtanga Yoga?

Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic and energetic ancient system of Yoga. In Ashtanga postures are in a sequential order called series. There is a total of 6 series. Through the practice, there is attention to the postures (Asana), breath (Ujjayi Pranayama) and gazing point (Dristy). The complete combination of three produces purification of body, mind, and nervous systems.

The Ashtanga primary series (Yoga Chikitsa), which means yoga therapy. It has is intended detoxify the body and mind and make the student ready for deeper yoga practice. The series beginning with sun salutations A and B and moving on to standing poses, seated poses, backbends and inversions finish with close posture and relaxation.

 

What happens in an Ashtanga class?

Mysore style (self-practice) is the traditional form of Ashtanga yoga as taught by Sri K Pattabhi Jois in Mysore (India).

There are not general instructions in Mysore classes, teaching is personalized and adjusted to the needs and the ability of each student. The teacher gives the appropriate and specific skills to the students to progress through the practice.

Mysore style is suitable for all levels including beginners

 

Classes run every  Wednesday at 6:30 

Traditionally there are not classes in New and Full moon days