Holiday schedule

The shortest day and longest night of the year are just around the corner. Winter Solstice may be the time for an urge to hibernate, but it can also mark the natural inclination to go within and observe the wheel turn.

A clear sign of the new cycle is that the holidays are upon us. Whether you’re rockin’ around the Christmas tree or doing something else, we wish this period to be filled with true abundance and prosperity: slowing down, caring, and sharing.

Last but not least: thank you all for making this an amazing year at MYC. While we go through big changes, we also look forward to growing with you and being inspired by you in 2018!

MYC is open most of the days during the holiday season. See the full schedule here.

  • Dedicated Santa by BoonchuFriday December 22 Mysore 6.30-9, no afternoon class
  • Sunday December 24 Merry Christmas!
  • Monday December 25 Merry Christmas!
  • Tuesday December 26 Merry Christmas!
  • Wednesday December 27 Self-Practice 7-9, Mysore 9-11
  • Thursday December 28 Self-Practice 7-9, Mysore 9-11
  • Friday December 29 Self-Practice 7-9, Mysore 9-11
  • Sunday December 31 Happy New Year!
  • Monday January 1 Happy New Year!

”Do your practice and all is coming.” ― Sri K. Pattabhi Jois

”Yoga is the cessation of the fluctuations of the mind.” ― Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

"Astanga yoga is 99 percent practice, one percent theory." ― Sri K. Pattabhi Jois

”Everyone can practice Astanga yoga. Except lazy people.” ― Sri R. Sharath Jois

"Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is." ― Bhagavad Gita

“The mind is restless and difficult to restrain, but it is subdued by practice.” ― Bhagavad Gita

“Asana practise is for 2 hours. Yoga practise is for 24 hours.” ― Sri R. Sharath Jois

”When the mind is quiet, the asana is correct.” ― Sri K. Pattabhi Jois

”This is not a gym, you are not here to work out. You are here to bring peace to yourself, to know who you are.” ― Sri R. Sharath Jois

”With practice anything is possible.” ― Sri R. Sharath Jois

“The mind acts like an enemy for those who do not control it.” ― Bhagavad Gita