Schedule & Tuition

Ashtānga Yoga is practiced six days a week, usually Sunday to Friday, taking rest on Saturdays and MOON DAYS. My detailed schedule is shown below.

‘Beginners should attend Mysore-style’ classes where one traditionally learns this practice (Mysore is the city in India where the Ashtanga Yoga Institute is and where R.Sharath Jois teaches). ‘Mysore-style’ is self-practice and the poses are given one-by- one by the teacher until the student reaches a pose that is challenging for them where they might stay for a while. The ordering of the sequence to systematically unlock the body and the personal relationship with the teacher keeps the practice safe. Students receive much individual attention and adjustment from the teacher and this relationship is central to the practice.

Led Classes are for students who already have an established Ashtanga Yoga practice. You are expected to stop at the last pose in the primary series that you have been given and proceed to the closing sequence.

Ashtanga Yoga South Bay

hosted by LYFE Yoga – Hermosa Beach

Entrance to parking on 14th Street behind Vans Shoes on PCH.
Enter through the glass door on the side of the building and come up the stairs

(on mobile devices please scroll schedule left to right)

7.00am to 9.00am
Mysore-Style Ashtanga Yoga
6.00am to 8.00am
Ashtanga Yoga
6.00am to 8.30am
Ashtanga Yoga
6.00am to 8.00am
Ashtanga Yoga
6.00am to 8.30am
Ashtanga Yoga
6:30am to 8.00am
Led Primary
Take Rest
LYFE Yoga – Hermosa Beach

1310 E Pacific Coast Hwy,
Hermosa Beach
CA 90254
+1 310 374 5933



Please pay the teacher directly

Monthly: $145
Weekly: $60 (6 consecutive days)
Single class drop-in: $20
(intended for travelling students
with an established practice)

“These practices should be carried out for a long time, continuously, without interruption and with dedication and devotion. This is the firm foundation for restraining the fluctuations of the mind”
स तु दीर्घकाल नैरन्तर्य सत्कारादरासेवितो दृढभूमिः ॥१४॥
sa tu dīrghakāla nairantarya satkāra-ādara-āsevito dṛḍhabhūmiḥ ||14||
Patanjali Yoga Sutra 1.14