Astanga Yoga Centre

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Dedicated to teaching Astanga Vinyasa yoga in its original form, following in the tradition of Sri T Krishnamacharya

This unique style of yoga is being taught to students throughout the world by experienced practitioners who have studied the practice with Guruji in Mysore, India. The teachers at the Astanga Yoga Centre seek to guide students through this practice, helping unlock the body and relax the mind. They have classes for the beginner to the more experienced student and look forward to seeing you in class. Also have you tried meditation, but couldn’t quite get it? Well you are not alone. Most experienced meditators will tell you that starting out was the hardest. Breaching the gap between daily life and quiet contemplation can be like crossing the grand canyon. Try a Foundational Meditation class. In this three-stage class they take you thru 30 minutes of restorative preparatory postures, before a gradual led introduction to meditation, and then a post meditation chill. This class is suitable for everyone. No experience of meditation or yoga is necessary.



For more info visit:

Astanga Yoga Centre


308 Great North Rd
Grey Lynn


09 376 1916



There is plenty of parking in the area during class times, check the signs.

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