I don’t think you’re going to Mysore this year

Unless you already have signed up, got your confirmation, etc., etc. and etc.

Because things are full there. Full. See what I mean:

Sharath’s class is full for OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, DECEMBER 2013 and JANUARY 2014. We will not accept any more registration forms for these months. Kindly register from February onward. But please note that we will delete your online application if you submit it before 4 months of your arrival! This means:
Registration opens in OCTOBER for students starting in February 2014.
Registration opens in NOVEMBER for students starting in March 2014.
Students will not be allowed to practice with Sharath without the printed confirmation from KPJAYI. We will also delete applications with the incorrect date format. Please only enter MM/DD/YYYY (e.g. 12/10/2013 = December 10, 2013)

The good news is you have more than a week to get ready if you want to register for February.

There looks to be one other bit of relatively new information at the site, as well:

Students, please note that there is an auto-reply email that you should receiveimmediately after submitting an online registration form. This automatic reply only means that your online application has been submitted properly; it is not the final confirmation letter on whether you have been accepted for your dates of study. If you do not receive the automatic reply, it means that your application has not gone through. In these cases, we are not responsible for any inconvenience in future.

I know there’s been a little bit of thought lately about whether Ashtanga (or even yoga in general) is waning in popularity (like our moon right now). I don’t know if this is a counter to that, or just a demonstration that the Internet can allow us to plan our traveling yogi lives out a bit more in advance.

Posted by Steve

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Two Ashtangis write about their practice and their teachers.

2 thoughts on “I don’t think you’re going to Mysore this year”

  1. Hi !
    Yoga in Mysore is sure starting to be very popular 🙂
    Do you have any idea of how Ming it usually takes to get the final confirmation?
    Thank you so much for your answer and your lovely website,
    Victoria

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