Mysore Style Workshop with Manju P. Jois
September 13th – 18th 2022
We are very happy and honored to welcome Manju P. Jois to Berlin. Manju is the eldest son of Sri K. Patthabi Jois and he is happy to share his deep knowledge and his life long experience with you. To learn from Manju is always a unique and intensive experience. His teaching style is humorous and loving, everybody feels welcome and deeply inspired. Manju is dedicated to his mission of training teachers in the ancient style of yoga, which includes asanas, pranayamas and peace chants for a holistic experience.
This is a unique opportunity to practice directly with Manju in a Mysore class setting.
The Mysore classes are open for everybody with an established Ashtanga Yoga practice and who is familiar with Mysore Style Classes.
Assistance: Andrea Lutz
Tuesday – Friday & Sunday
8:30 – 10:00 am
10:00 – 11:30 am
is a Led Class (Primary Series) starting at 10 am, afterwards Chanting & Q + A
Cost (incl. 19% VAT): 265 EUR
2 days: 100€
3 days: 145€
4 days: 185€
5 days: 225€
6 days: 265€
With the registration you can mention your preferred starting time for the Mysore classes. We will do our best to meet your wishes. No guarantees.
Places are limited and allocated when payment has arrived.
Participation is at your own risk.
Up until 8 Week before you will be refunded 80% of the payment, after that only with a notice from a doctor.
Manju Jois, Ashtanga Yoga teacher of Mysore, South India, is the oldest son of Sri K Pattabhi Jois recognized worldwide as the foremost authority on Ashtanga Yoga. Manju was born on November 16th, 1944. At the young age of 7, Manju was awakened early each day by his father to begin lessons that would forever change the course of his life and the lives of those who would study with him in the years to come. He began his teaching career at the age of 15 with his father and has taught ever since.
Manju considers it a great honor to be the son of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. “He is my father and my teacher. I am grateful for both my mother and my father.” Manju’s mother, Savatri Jois, (Sathu to her family) was a beloved wife, loving mother and an expert in Indian cuisine.
After the death of his father in 2009, Manju´s role in the Ashtanga Yoga system has been more and more important since then. He has taught continuously throughout the world for the last 50 years. Manju´s dedicated life-long mission is to provide trainings for students and teachers in the traditional way of Ashtanga Yoga. He trains students in the ancient style of yoga, which is a combination of the Asanas, Pranayamas and meditation chants.