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*Puja Morning: During the festival we start every morning with a Puja ceremony. The word pūjā comes from Sanskrit, and means reverence, honour, homage, adoration, and worship. In India, Puja is performed every day in various occations and life events at home or in temples. 

*Meditation with Japa: In this session we count mala beads in a seated position, while repeating a mantra with good intentions. This is a basic and powerful form of meditation.

*Mysore Style: The traditional way to practice Ashtanga Yoga as taught in Mysore, India. This is the class where you develop your own personal practice. In a Mysore class you practice in your own tempo together with others on different levels. You practice as far as you have learned, and the teacher helps and adjust according to that. You don't need to be experienced to attend the class.

*Led Class: The teacher will guide the class steadily through the Ashtanga yoga Primary Series, using counting in Sanskrit and explaining the positions.

*Yoga Beginner: Basic Yoga class for the beginner as well as the experienced yogi.

*Yoga Technique: We go through the basic Asana techniques as the very foundation of our yoga practice.

*Therapy Yoga: Marthe Magerøy teaches Yoga as therapy for a balanced, happy life.

*Philosophy: Discussion and engaging dialogue between like-minded practitioners.

*Lecture: Researchers, highly experienced yoga practitioners and younger students bring you their experience and wisdom.

*Vinyasa Flow: Yoga class with music and

*Jivamukti Yoga: A Vinyasa yoga class practising with energetic music. The classes are spiritually uplifting and physically challenging. For a little experienced / experienced yogis.

*Acro Yoga: The playful Acro yoga sessions will be held outside depending on the weather. This is a fun and interesting way to get to know your fellow yogis. Lukas Gustavsson will guide you safely through the postures including partners two and two.

*Yin Yoga: Soft yoga including the Yin element. Few postures where we work deep focusing on the breath to let go of tension to calm the mind.

*Pranayama: The very essence of yoga, breathing exercises.

*Anatomy: Understanding basic body anatomy.