Schedule

In June and July we have a reduced summer schedule.
The schedule for each specific week can always be found below.

For most classes you can just show up. But sometimes you need to sign up. Such classes will be marked on the schedule below.
You sign up by sending an e-mail to kontakt@jeppeyoga.dk.

For prices and such click here.

week 34

monday

tuesday

wednesday

thursday

friday

8.OO-9.5O
astanga yoga
level 1-2
sarah
17.OO-18.5O
astanga yoga
mysore style
jeppe
17.OO-18.5O
sattva yoga
all levels
jeppe
16.3O-18.2O
astanga yoga
mysore style
jeppe
17.OO-18.5O
astanga yoga
level 2-3
siri
17.OO-18.5O
astanga yoga
level 1
mette

saturday

1O.OO-11.5O
astanga yoga
all levels
siri

 

TYPES OF CLASSES

In our experience the optimal number of students in a yoga class is between 8 and 12 ane we try to keep the size of classes within these limits. Only rarely will there be classes with more than 14 students.

astanga yoga

We follow the classic Astanga yoga sequence. Though the framework is Astanga, the focus and essence are drawn from JeppeYoga.

Astanga yoga is a physically demanding form of yoga.  It is highly recommended to start with level 1 classes.

level 1

A relatively easygoing, fully led beginners’ class. We will go through sun salutations, standing positions, a handful of sitting positions and the finishing sequence. The class ends with a guided relaxation.

level 2

This is a class for the slightly more practiced or ambitious yogi. Only suitable if you are either in good shape or willing and able to listen to your body so you don’t overexert yourself. We will go through sun salutations, standing positions, sitting positions and finishing sequence. The class is fully led, so you will be guided through both practice and relaxation.

level 3

A half-led class for the practiced student who already knows or wants to learn the sequence of the sitting positions. The class is guided through the sun salutations and standing positions but afterwards you continue in your own speed and length of practice. If you are new to this class, you will of course get support in remembering the sequence. This level is a good preparation to attend mysore classes later on. There is no guided relaxation.

mysore classes

It is not necessary to have reached a certain level to attend a mysore class but everyone chooses their own speed and length of practice. So you should either know the series or be willing to learn it. This is a unique way of practicing, for instance because the teacher is free to give individual guidance and adjustments. Your practice becomes more ‘your own’ but you are still practicing together with others and are in continuous communication (both physically and verbally) with your teacher.
In the beginning you will of course be supported by other students helping you to remember the sequence. There is no guided relaxation.

sattva yoga

A slow and calm, but still challenging form of yoga. Fewer positions, but more time to experience them and go deeper. The concept is a‘work in progress’ and will be gradually refined over time. The class will start with lying down and breathing and end with plenty of time for sitting and relaxation.

For prices and such click here.