Resources

yoga and ayurveda
www.yogaandayurveda.co.uk
Simon Chandler and Bev Sowerby – Ashtanga Yoga and Ayurveda in North Cornwall. Authorised Teachers of KPJAYI and have practised and taught Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga in the tradition of Sri K Pattabhi Jois, Mysore, India for more than 15 years.

Saraswathi Jois is my teacher in Mysore. She is the daughter of K Pattabhi Jois who is the founder of the method of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga as we know it today. Saraswathi has been practicing since she was 10 years old and is now 78 so has a lifetime of experience.  When her father retired from his daily classes, he left the institute in the capable hands of  Saraswathi and his grandson Sharath. Anyone can attend Saraswathi classes even if you have never done any yoga before.

Sharath Jois is the grandson of K Pattabhi Jois. He now runs his own Shala in Mysore.  To be able to attend Sharath classes you have  practiced with an authorised teacher for 2 – 3 months before attending.

traditionalayurveda
http://www.treatmenthouse.com
Traditional Ayurveda – P Vijayan’s Website giving information on treatments and training in Kerala, India.

wheel
http://www.bwy.org.uk
Official site for the British Wheel of Yoga.
This site gives general information about yoga in the UK, including classes, courses and teacher training.

MOVEGBLOGO
Web site for MoveGB. Use it to join MoveGB and find out what it offers for you. Ashtanga Yoga Bath is a member of this scheme which can be used to pay for classes.

janm
http://www.insightfulcompany.co.uk
Jan Mojsa’s Website – A Transpersonal Psychotherapist, based in Bath and Westbury, who has experience of working with Ashtanga Yoga practitioners – an invaluable resource for our community.

This is the website of Caroline Simpson who I currently practice with in Bristol. She runs early morning classes  from 6am – 9am