Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic and energetic practice. Based on the Primary series of traditional yoga, popularized by K. Pattabhi Jois. By practicing Ashtanga yoga we strengthen a healthy body and mindset. Through an internal cleaning process, we purify our nervous system and organs. Supportive hands-on or vocal adjustments and modifications are offered during the practice, to build up slowly.

The classes are accessible to all levels of experience and a great way to begin with Ashtanga. After a few sessions we already notice the benefits from this pure and holistic practice. We offer you half- up to full Primary Led classes on Tuesday and Short forms on Thursdays. During full and new moon we practice the Chandra moon sequence and meditation. In Mysore style you start at your own pace. Mysore practice is designed to study the sequence. When you begin to learn the sequence, you go step by step. It’s just you, the breath, and your yoga mat, while the teacher makes sure you will be practicing the correct sequence, with the proper alignment.

It is possible to combine Ashtanga Yoga with Yin Yoga classes. This combination provides a beautiful balance, therefore we recommend both practices. The practice is guided in English and partly Português. For more information, contact Francisca at BudaDharma. Please be aware to reserve a space in advance. It is important to havea mat and small towel or cloth.


Guided Led classes Online

• Tuesday  19h to 20h30  

• Thursday 19h to 20h

Mysore schedule is paused

TEACHER: Francisca Schouten contact +351960084219


COSTS: Payment per calender month. Valid to use for all classes. .

Online 50€ 2-3x per week or 30€ 1x per week | Drop-in 10€ MB.

In studio 65€ 3x per week or 45€ 2x per week | Drop-in 15€ | Max. 5p.

NOTES: The practice can be guided in English and partly in Portuguêse.

VENUE: Online, Zoom hosted by BudaDharma. Live from studio Littleboomland.

BOOKING: Click here to the BudaDharma website or email us




• Wednesday 8h-9h30

Ashtanga, Mysore style

• Friday 9h30-11h

Ashtanga, Mysore style