Welcome to Ekam Yoga!
The next moon days at Ekam are 3 and 17 December (both Tuesdays).
I will be taking a long weekend in December, so take note:
- 12-13 December we are open at 6am for self-practice only (I will not be there)
- 14 December (Saturday) led class is cancelled
- 16 December (Monday) is a Public Holiday- we will be closed.
- 17 December (Tuesday) is a moon day.
Starting Wednesday, 18 December, Mysore classes will start at 7am. Normal hours will resume on 6 January, 2014.
Saturday morning led classes at 8am will continue as scheduled throughout December.
- 25 December (Wednesday) is Christmas, we will be closed.
- 1 January (Wednesday) is a moon day, we will be closed.
I’ve always believed that December is the best time to be in Johannesburg, so everyone is welcome to join us for Mysore practice this holiday season! If you know you’ll be around (and not too full from all the holiday puddings), you can pay the monthly rate of R500. If you’re not sure, our weekly rate is R200. Join us for the holidays, we’re a jolly bunch!
Michael Gannon will be visiting Ekam for the weekend of 28 February-2 March, 2014, so start saving your pesos. Further details will be available soon.
Ekam Yoga’s Ashtanga Yoga Practitioner Training starts 2 March, 2014. Further details are available here, or you can contact me.
About Ekam Yoga
Ekam means ‘one’ in Sanskrit. It is also the number associated with the first inhale and posture of the Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga practice. For Ekam Yoga, it represents the individual practitioner and the community in which they practice. Ekam Yoga seeks to be more than a place to take an Ashtanga class, but an environment to develop and deepen a student’s self-practice. Thus, our schedule reflects the daily practice time required to acclimatize the body and mind to self-practice. In addition, our instructors are dedicated to their own self-practice, and to encouraging others to find their own time and space, on and off the mat. Join us in the Ekam community and explore the many benefits of self-practice.