2. The current official Mysore approach as interpreted by your Shala/teacher.
3. As presented in Yoga Mala (Long slow steady breaths, plenty of them /Full Vinyasa).
4. As presented in Lino Miele's 1st edition of Ashtanga Yoga. (Eight breaths in a pose ?).
5. As presented in Lino Miele's current edition of Ashtanga Yoga, (five breaths/ Full Vinyasa).
6. Following David Swenson's book (some poses have changed in the current official model).
7. Full Vinyasa. (John Scott, Lino Miele's DVD's Some demos on YouTube from Guruji's 1987 tour).
8. Sharath's Led primary DVD ( Sury's to finishing in just over an hour, half not full vinyasa).
9. With the main focus on creating heat, fast pace, powerful Ujaii, Dynamic.
10. With the main focus on long, slow steady breathing.
11. With focus on loud almost deafening Ujaii
12. As foreplay for Savasana.
13. With Soft Ujaii.
14. With the main focus on engaging bandhas
15. Attempting to focus equally on the breath and bandhas
16. With the main focus on the Vinyasa, on movement, following a rhythm (using a metronome perhaps - want to try this).
17. Focusing strongly on the asana
18. Focusing strongly on alignment (Iyengarish/ashtanga blend)
19. A flexible approach that allows for extra asanas within the practice as you choose (Vinyasa Krama influenced)
20. To a time limit, 40 minutes of Ashtanga practice followed by Pranayama meditation and chanting. (the 40 minutes can include part of Standing, finishing and different sections of a series).
21. Primary all the way up to Karandavasana in 2nd
22. 2nd and 3rd series
23. Intermediate half standing
25. Intermediate full standing
26. Practicing in silence
27. Practicing blindfold (re John Scott)
28. Practicing with music
29. In candlelight
31. In a Shala
33. On a beach
34. In a Yurt
35. With the main focus on fun
36. With the main focus on getting fit
37. With the main focus on staying fit and healthy
38. With the main focus on spiritual growth
39. In a workshop environment
40. In Mysore
41. In a led Class
42. In self practice mysore class
42. In A gym with an unauthorised teacher because that's the only option around
43. Meeting with a group of friends once a week
44. Home practice all week but at a Shala on Sunday
45. With a book, DVD etc
46. Reflectively employing a camera to view your progress
50. Employing any or several of the above depending on how you assess your physical and mental requirements at the time.
Did I miss anything?