In my own Ashtanga practice these days I tend to split a series in half so I can take it a lille slower still and stay in the postures a little longer, I might add the odd variation here and there too but that's the extra freedom that come from practicing at home.
I've gone for mysore room videos because in most of these the practitioner's don't seem particularly aware or concerned that they are being filmed, thet'rejust getting on with their practice as it is.
I think these videos are a fair representation of the practice and seem a long way from the misconceptions that abound.
*If you have a YouTube video to recommend, something similar, no music and not a led class just standard Mysore practice please pass on the link in the comments (Anonymous is fine) and I'll add it to the post
Hitting play on all of them at the same time is kinda fun, might inspire you to get on the mat.
Ashtanga yoga Bali Indonesia March 2011
Winnipeg Yoga Shala Canada March 2010
Mandala Yoga Bend Minn. USA Feb 2008
Yoga Workshop Boulder Co. USA Nov 09
Yoga Zagreb Croatia 2011
Ashtanga Yoga Bologna Italy July 08
Ashtanga Yoga Moscow Russia Apr 2012
Ashtanga Yoga Peru Feb 2012
Niigata Japan Jan 09
* If you see yourself in any of these videos and would rather they weren't posted on my blog, let me know through comments and I'll take the video down.
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