Mysore Challenge

The 2014 Mysore Challenge:  March 1 - 31

Practice Just Like You Would In Mysore, India! 

It’s on!  

The 2014 Mysore Challenge will run March 1 - 31

Come Practice in a Traditional Way... As if you were in MYSORE INDIA!

Students who participate must practice in the Mysore Classes Monday  to Thursday that's One Class per Day (morning or afternoon)

You must attend One Guided class on Friday

You must attend One Guided class on either Saturday or Sunday.

(You can take either Saturday or Sunday as your rest day)  

Moon Days are Rest Days: Sunday March 16 & Sunday March 30

No need to complete the full Primary Series (or any other series) just come and practice every day and DO YOUR BEST!

(Women on their menses can take a maximum of 3 days rest or come into the studio and do a seated meditation practice)

BESIDES THE GREAT FEELING OF COMPLETING THIS FUN MYSORE CHALLENGE... The grand prize is a 3 month unlimited membership!

ALL Successful participants will get to enter the draw for the GRAND PRIZE! The winner will be drawn at random.  

(Only those who successfully complete the challenge will be eligible for the drawing)

There will be some "Runner-Up" Prizes as well... so don't worry!

To participate in the Challenge, simply sign up at the sign-in desk, we will add your name to the list, and then check off your attendance every day you practice on our Fancy Challenge Board... 

It's That Simple!

We look forward to seeing you ALL MONTH! 

*Students must practice in the studio to be eligible for the prize.  Home practices cannot be counted towards the challenge month

*Students cannot practice more then one time per day to make up for missed days


  1. Monday - Thursday:  Morning or Evening Mysore
  2. Morning Mysore Hours: 6:00 - 9:30am 
  3. Afternoon Mysore Hours: 4:00 - 6:30pm
  4. Friday Guided Classes: 6:30am / 12:05pm / 5:15pm 
  5. Saturday Guided Classes: 9:00am  
  6. Sunday Guided Classes: 9:00am 


"Practice becomes a firm foundation when it i scultivated skillfully, continuously, and with devotion for a long long time." - Yoga Sutra 1:14

Photograph by Dayanita Singh

Daily practice in the Ashtanga Yoga lineage of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois traditionally includes one rest day per week, and no practice on the New and Full Moon Days.  Women are also encouraged to rest the first 3 days of their menstrual cycle.   



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