The Shala

(English follows Japanese)


- シュリ・K・パタビ・ジョイスの伝統を受け継ぐアシュタンガヨガ
- KPJAYI認定の講師陣
- 大阪・梅田・堂島にて


ヨガやアシュタンガが初めてという人も歓迎します。ただ、AYT では初心者に時間をかけるため、一度にたくさんの初心者は受け入れられません。マイソールスタイルの経験の無い方は、まずシャーラに連絡をして訪問日を予約してください。







Ashtanga Yoga Tattva Osaka

- ashtanga yoga in the tradition of sri. k. pattabhi jois
- with KPJAYI authorised teachers 
- at Dojima Umeda, Osaka, Japan

AYT Osaka welcomes the young & the old, the strong & the weak, men & women of any nationality that is committed in learning the practice & sharing the energy with our growing community on an on-going basis.

Students that are new to yoga or ashtanga are also very welcome. AYT gives beginner a lot of attention and thus can only takes in very limited new students at a time. If you do not have prior mysore style experience, please contact the Shala to arrange for your first visit.

We also support local home practitioners & practitioners that are passing through Osaka, to maintain their regular practice. 

AYT Osaka is conveniently located in the heart center of Osaka city and easily accessible via more than 10 transportation lines.


AYT Osaka has Śrī Āñjaneya’s presence at the Shala representing courage, strength, purity and wisdom; His presence in our home brings protection and prosperity. Above all of these however, he reminds us of his great humility and devotion to Śrī Rāma, and is a daily reminder that surrender to the higher principle of Īśvarapraṇidhāna, can lead us directly to the state of yoga.

More about Śrī Āñjaneya:

Śrī Āñjaneya (also known as Hanumān) is the greatest devotee of Śrī Rāma, the incarnation of Viṣṇu who’s life is recorded in the epic Rāmāyana. At the request of the Gods Viṣṇu incarnates on earth as Rāma in order to save the world from the terrible demon Rāvana. During the story Rāma’s wife Sītā is abducted by Rāvaṇa from their forest dwelling, leaving Rāma unable to locate her. Āñjaneya appears and becomes Rāma’s devotee. Āñjaneya’s does not know his own enormous potential but becomes aware of it when reminded by Rāma. At this point he performs many super human acts and is able to find Sītā, subsequently helping Rāma defeat Rāvana and rescue Sītā. Our minds, like those of a monkeys, jump from one place to another and are unable to be brought under control. Āñjaneya, shows how we can harness the monkey mind and reach our full potential through the act of devotion.


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