Here are the fees and more details for practicing this fall at Mysore

The KPJAYI Ashtanga Institute has updated information about this fall’s practice.

We’ve heard a few questions about cost this year. Here’s a link to that part, and the details:

Students must pay by cash when they register in Mysore, and full fees are expected from the start date.

For foreign students (per person), the fees for Sharath’s class are Rs. 33,708/- for the first month (Rs. 30,000 + 12.36% service tax). From the second month onwards, the fees are Rs. 22,472/- (per month) (Rs. 20,000 + 12.36% service tax). In addition, you must pay an extra Rs.500 (per month) for chanting class, which is compulsory for all students.

For those wanting to work that out, that is about $565 for that first month.

They’ve also updates the following:

1. Students must start their practice within the first 5 days of every month (e.g. Oct 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th). If you cannot start on those dates, you should wait and apply for the next month. This also means that in-person registration at the shala will only occur between 1st to 5th of every month.
2. Students must pay by cash when they register in Mysore, and full fees are expected from the start date. Our fee structure has changed. Click here for more details.
3. We do not entertain any cancellations or change of dates, once the online registration has been submitted. Extensions of stay will also not be granted. Students may practice with Sharath for a minimum of one month and for no longer than three months.

As we noted before, online registration for October starts on July 1.
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