The Old School Yoga Studio has the great honour of hosting the one and only Manju Jois, the eldest son of Pattabi Jois – the founder of the Ashtanga yoga method as we know it today. Manju was born on 16th November 1944. He was taught by his father in a playful manner from the age of 7 and started to help him in the Shala aged 15.
Manju is dedicated to his mission of teaching the ancient tradition of Ashtanga vinyasa yoga, for a total mind-body-spirit unification with self and has taught the true Mysore Ashtanga method for over 50 years.
He moved to the West in 1975 and has been spreading the method around the world since then.
It is largely due to Manju that yoga has become so widespread. With his great knowledge, wisdom and joyful sense of humour he manages to reach into the hearts of his students. It is such a pleasure to be around him and to be taught the way he was taught originally.
Manju is devoted to his wife Nancy and their young daughter Sathu – named after her paternal Grandmother – who was born in 2002. Sathu is a multi-talented, beautiful girl, who continues to bless the Jois family beyond measure.
We are so grateful for Manju’s visit. Words can’t express the excitement – especially as we are his only UK stop-off this summer.
The Old School Yoga Studio
Preston on Stour
Stratford upon Avon
Sunday 23rd to Thursday 27th August 2020.
The workshop will consist of Mysore practice each day from 9am till noon with pranayama and chanting. The studio will accommodate two groups of 15 with the first group in at 9.00am and the second filtering in from 10:30-ish, with a close down room in the back.
The Old School Café next door will supply refreshments and a vegan curry for those who want it.
The cost is £225 for all 5 morning sessions.
If you can’t make the whole week there will be two spaces available each day for drop-in at a cost of £50 per session.