You come in and do your practice up to where you’ve been stopped. If you don’t know your posture, then you’ll wait at the top of your mat, and someone will come and help you.
Do I just come in and lay my mat down while people are practicing? What if I don’t know the mantra? How do I know where to stop if it’s my first time? Do I go through the whole primary series and then someone comes and tells me? What if I stand at the top of my mat and no one helps me?
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Don’t have Mysore in your area? Here are some suggestions:
If you’re aren’t able to make it to a yoga shala for mysore practice, but still want to learn, you’re in luck. There are several ways to go about it.
1. I think it’s super important to work with a teacher if you’re just starting out. You can get books or PDF downloads, but to learn all of the transitions and elements of the full practice is best with a teacher. If you’re interested, you can book a private session with me right here!
2. There are several books that can help and teach the practice. You can find them on my resource page here. Just scroll to the bottom!
Do you remember your first time to a mysore shala? What was your experience? Was it anything like what you expected? share in the comments!
To Open Hearts & Happy Thoughts,