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Ashtanga Yoga News – Kauai, Hawaii

To learn how to achieve concentration, the body first must be purified, and then mental strength developed. The method for purifying and strengthening the body is called asana. When the body is purified, the breath also becomes purified, and the diseases of the body are eliminated.”

— Yoga Master Sri K. Pattabhi Jois of Mysore, India

 

Aloha. Happy New Year 2017

Our classes will be offered from Thursday January 5th, 2017 until Tuesday December 20th, 2017.

We will again offer 50 straight weeks of “Mysore Style” Ashtanga Yoga in our now 16th year. Mahalo

Aloha! Please view our Pineapple Yoga ૐ Kauai & ૐ Private Yoga Instruction .com ૐ

15th Anniversary VIDEO:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqNE-vjc8YA

 

 

Get the “Pineapple Yoga” FUSION ELEMENTS iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch APP here!

(click image to get FUSION…featuring the FULL PRIMARY SERIES of Ashtanga Yoga)

 

YOGA – A JOURNEY WITHIN “NEW RELEASE”
– A one of a kind coffee table book. 

 

 

Kauai’s North Shore Yoga Temple Vision…

Pineapple Yoga Temple KAUAI
« Mysore Style Ashtanga Yoga »
In the tradition of Ashtanga Yoga Master
Sri K. Pattabhi Jois

Pineapple Yoga is in the process of fund raising for the development of a Sacred Geometry Temple to serve the community of Kauai with traditional “Mysore Style” Ashtanga Yoga classes. The Pineapple Yoga Temple will serve and honor the Ashtanga Yoga practice by presenting the system just as it is taught in Mysore, India at the Sri K. Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Yoga Institute.  Visit: www.KPJAYI.org

This project is dedicated to Yoga Master Sri K. Pattabhi Jois of Mysore, India.

Please see how you can support this project today!

Visit the TEMPLE DONATION page at this link:
Where Prana Meets Mana

Sponsored by Inter-Nation Cultural Foundation “Stewardship not ownership”
All donations are tax deductible! — INCF is a Non-Profit Ca 501c3

 

INSPIRATION JOURNAL
Please DOWNLOAD the PDF of the full ‘Pineapple Yoga Temple’ story:
Where Prana Meets Mana (May/June 2010)