We start each day early morning. It is believed that the hours before the sunset are the most auspicious and pure (‘sattvic’). The classes start at 6 am, but the yoga shala is open even before that – students can enter it at any time to meditate, listen to the nature, their own music or to follow their personal routine. At 6 am we start with pranayama, meditation and chanting. RIght after that there is an asana practice (usually 1,5-2 hours). At 9 am we have a breakfast and one hour break. At 10 am we start with lectures – usually anatomy and philosophy. Between the classes you will have 10-15 minutes break for your coffee or smoothie.
At 1 pm we have another long break, this time for lunch. After that, at 2 pm we start the afternoon block of classes, and usually it is time for the art of teaching. At 3.30 pm we have a practical workshop of alignment & adjustment techniques, during which we deconstruct main asanas for you, and let you practice and teaching one another. Every day finishes at 7 pm with a beautiful evening asana practice together. Sometimes we also watch some documentary together or have a music event.
On Saturdays you will have a half day off, and Sunday is totally free – so that you can rest, study, or visit local beaches or other attractions.