Mysore Phoenix

Mysore Phoenix

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From the creative mind of .hobo
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SRSLY, .hobo ? 🤣
Big star, small star. Paramatman, atman. ✨
This practice is a doorway. Leading to an infinity of doorways. Step through. It’s an adventure. ❤️🔥❤️
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It’s that time of year: patio practice season. Today, with a sprinkle of rain.
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🎥
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How can we be present and live comfortably in the transient stream of time?
In which the Yoga Vasistha addresses the issue of screen time.
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No better place to be.
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Daily practice.

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Traditional Mysore-style Ashtanga yoga with KPJAYI Level 2 authorized teacher Karen Kelley. Mysore Phoenix is dedicated to traditional Ashtanga yoga as taught by Sharath Jois at the Shri K.

Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Yoga Institute in Mysore, India.

Operating as usual

06/07/2022

“The real essence of the yoga practice is tapas… Yoga is not only the asana practice; asana is only one part of it.”
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Sunday conference.
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06/06/2022

Shoes and shadows. Come join us.

05/15/2022

June Introduction to Ashtanga starts June 6th. Details at the link in our profile or on the Mysore Phoenix website.
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The course is for beginners or experienced practitioners who want to establish a Mysore practice. You’ll be taught at your own pace.
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Feel free to email questions to [email protected]

Photos from Mysore Phoenix's post 03/29/2022

From the creative mind of .hobo
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Photos from Mysore Phoenix's post 02/24/2022

SRSLY, .hobo ? 🤣

02/12/2022

Big star, small star. Paramatman, atman. ✨

Photos from Mysore Phoenix's post 02/07/2022

Mysore Phoenix updated their business hours. 02/05/2022

Mysore Phoenix updated their business hours.

Mysore Phoenix updated their business hours.

10/11/2021

This practice is a doorway. Leading to an infinity of doorways. Step through. It’s an adventure. ❤️🔥❤️
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09/26/2021

It’s that time of year: patio practice season. Today, with a sprinkle of rain.
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🎥
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08/13/2021

How can we be present and live comfortably in the transient stream of time?

07/19/2021

In which the Yoga Vasistha addresses the issue of screen time.
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07/18/2021

No better place to be.
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Photos from Mysore Phoenix's post 07/06/2021

Daily practice.

07/01/2021


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05/01/2021

Photos from Mysore Phoenix's post 04/11/2021

Scenes from the shala: Pali verde blossom on the doorstep, tattoos, evidence of mountain biking, whiteboard wisdom.

Photos from Mysore Phoenix's post 04/08/2021

Spring in the desert means beautiful sage flowers for the altar. And under the crack of the door, obscured by sunlight, a little white and beige tabby cat who is building up the courage to join our shala. 🐈

Mysore Phoenix updated their phone number. 03/18/2021

Mysore Phoenix updated their phone number.

Mysore Phoenix updated their phone number.

02/02/2021

82 degrees. First time with the doors wide open. Evening Mysore begins.

01/25/2021

Luckily, the side door was ajar so when the tree fell, it just opened the door and let the snow (?!?!?) in.

Photos from Mysore Phoenix's post 12/27/2020

Whatever the mind contemplates that instantly materializes. — Yoga Vasistha
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11/30/2020

Desert practice. 🌵 Hot in the sun; propane heaters running in covered areas. Long shadows of nearby practitioners. And sometimes you need special desert tools of the trade. 🕶

11/14/2020

10/30/2020

Practice at the park. Pigeons.
Students. Dog barking at students taking rest. Didn’t get a picture of the guy who walked by and yelled, “Put on some shoes — it’s freezing out here!”

10/07/2020

Where’d go? No matter, Benson can take over.

10/02/2020

Led primary in the park that used to be an olive grove. Pretty confident it’s the first time the sentence “Dasha, chakrasana; look out for pedestrians” has been uttered.

09/29/2020

At the feet of the Guru. Happy birthday — Many happy returns!

09/28/2020

Volume up to enjoy birds and breathing. Glorious.

09/18/2020

The ducks on the pond at the park sounded like they were laughing at us.

09/14/2020

“You come into the condition you call life, and pass out of it. In between you encounter a lifetime. Suspended — or so it certainly seems — between birth and death, you wonder at the nature of your own being... Each person knows intuitively that his or her own experiences somehow matter, and there is a meaning, however obscured, that connects the individual with a greater creative pattern.” — The Nature of the Psyche: Its Human Expression

09/13/2020

Sunday. First day of the week. Everything is possible.

09/07/2020

Siddhi of the virtual shala: We defy space — distance doesn’t matter. Usually these fierce women take up two Zoom windows — one in AZ and one in CA. Today, a special holiday treat.

08/27/2020

Our practice cultivates concentration. It is the first of the outcomes of our practice. We are able to do progressively more complex and demanding poses over time because we learn how to concentrate our energy and effectively focus it.
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So let’s run quickly through the elements of our practice. Starting from the bottom: yamas and niyamas. They are the practices and actions you must cultivate to give yourself a stable life. A life where you have enough extra energy to pursue spiritual practices. If you’re spending all your time on random drama, you’re not gonna have much energy for pursuing self-realization. So the yamas and niyamas help us make life as smooth as possible.
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Then we come to our mats for asana and pranayama — poses and breathing. We practice pratyahara by controlling the activity of our eyes. We use drishti, or gazing points, to slow down visual activity. When the eyes are still, the mind relaxes. When the gaze is soft and steady our focus is drawn inward — away from all the activity “out there.” Cultivating drishti is an important practice. You won’t get concentration without it.
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You want your eyes to be relaxed and steady. Don’t drill into the gazing point, but calmly turn your soft gaze to the correct spot. See how it feels. Enjoy focusing inwardly — this is where you will find your self; not “out there” somewhere.
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These limbs, these practices, create outcomes, starting with concentration. As the Bhagavad Gita says, “Without concentration, there cannot be meditation; he who cannot meditate must not expect peace; and without peace, how can anyone expect happiness?” (2.66)
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08/14/2020

Morning led is done. Evening led soon to follow. “You are right, Arjuna: the mind is restless and hard to master; but by constant practice and detachment it can be mastered in the end.” Nice work, all. Tomorrow, take rest. 🦋

08/11/2020

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08/11/2020

New blog post. Link in the profile.

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Big star, small star. Paramatman, atman. ✨ #guru @sharathjoisr
This practice is a doorway. Leading to an infinity of doorways. Step through. It’s an adventure. ❤️🔥❤️.#ashtanga #ashtan...
It’s that time of year: patio practice season. Today, with a sprinkle of rain..🎥 @spiritualhobo.#ashtanga #ashtangayoga ...
How can we be present and live comfortably in the transient stream of time? #ashtanga #ashtangayoga #yoga #asana #sadhan...
No better place to be..#ashtanga #ashtangayoga #yoga #asana #mysorephoenix
Volume up to enjoy birds and breathing. Glorious. #ashtanga #ashtangayoga #yoga #asana #practice #mysore #mysorepractice...
Sometimes a shala has an assistant who doesn’t come to led primary on the last day of the week because she will be atten...
The first time someone lands karandavasana, there is such a rush of joy! Dedication, determination, discipline and devot...
For virtual Mysore practice, students log in from their living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms, and... tents. Daily practi...
The images of online shala may be more grainy than life in 3D, but the thrill of the first time you catch heels in kapot...
A reminder from @sharathjoisr that keeping good spirits helps us stay healthy. ❤️🔥❤️ #ashtangayoga #ashtanga #dispellero...

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2512 N 10th Street
Phoenix, AZ
85006

Opening Hours

Monday 6am - 9am
4:30pm - 6:30pm
Tuesday 6am - 9am
4:30pm - 6:30pm
Wednesday 6am - 9am
4:30pm - 6:30pm
Thursday 6am - 9am
4:30pm - 6:30pm
Friday 6am - 7:30am
5pm - 6:30pm
Sunday 7am - 11am

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