Mysore Style Ashtanga Yoga assisted self-practice

Ashtanga Yoga North
Monday-Thursday 09:30-11:30
Friday (led class) 10:00-11:30

Beginners Hall, Methodist Church
Archway Close
Archway, London
N19 3UB

Late Morning Mysore practice is taught every weekday by Cary Perkins in the Beginner’s Hall of the Methodist Church at Archway.

You can arrive anytime between 09:30 and 10:30am.  The first class is free for those who have never practiced Mysore style.  Allow 40 minutes to 1 hour for the first class.

Regular assisted self-practice is held Monday-Thursday and there is a led class for current students on a Friday. Complete beginners or those who are new to assisted self-practice should attend their first class any day of the week except Friday.

When you arrive just buzz the Beginner button and you will be let in.  Come up the stairs and the practice room is the second door on the right. There are a limited number of mats so bring your own if possible.

There is no practice on moon days and school holidays so do make a note of these dates in your diaries.


£12 (£10 concessions) – single class
£150 (£120 concessions) – 4 weeks unlimited
£120 (£100 concessions) – 3x/week in 4 weeks

There is no need to book but if you have any questions at all please do email or call Cary on 07932557705.

About Mysore Style Ashtanga Yoga Assisted Self-Practice

Mysore style is how Ashtanga yoga was introduced and taught in Mysore, India by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and now by his grandson, Sharath Jois. Each student works at his/her own individual pace within the group. One-to-one assistance, adjustment in the postures, and tuition are given within the group context. Students are taught new postures/series when they can remember the sequence and complete the posture on which they are currently working. This style of teaching makes Ashtanga yoga accessible to students at all levels.

Other classes taught by Cary

Yin Yoga and Meditation

Sunday 1945-2100
Down to Earth
129 Fortess Road, London