Mysore Program + Weekend Workshop


Discover the basic principles of Tristhana, Vinyasa and Moving Meditation with Lara Land – founder of Land Yoga Arts and Wellness Center in the heart of Harlem, NY.

10-Days Mysore Program + Weekend Workshop with Lara Land for all yoga practitioners. All levels and all styles of yoga are welcome.

Mysore Classes:
– 13 April (Thursday) to 26th April (Wednesday) 7:00 – 9:00 a.m.

Weekend Workshop:
– 14th April (Friday) 10:00 a.m. ‘A Moving Meditation’ (Guided Class of Ashtanga Yoga)
– 15th April (Saturday) 10:00 a.m. ‘The Tristhana Method’ (What perfection of asana truly means – workshop)
– 16th April (Sunday) 10:00 a.m. `The Vinyasa` (A cornerstone
in your practice – workshop), Q+A


Mysore Classes:
Drop-in: 15€ (or a valid monthly pass)
13.04 – 26.4 (excl. 14th-16th April): 70€ (or a valid monthly pass)

Weekend Workshop:
Drop-in: 20€ (18€ for students with a valid monthly pass)
14.04 – 16.04: 50€

Whole workshop with Lara:
13.04 – 26.4 (incl. weekend workshop): 100€



Practitioners are encouraged to incorporate their daily Mysore practice or learn the sequence from scratch, as Lara gives adjustments and guidance.

Be prepared to have the sweatiest meditation ever. In this guided class Lara will focus on teaching the principles throughout every movement. Following her gentle, concise, and eye-opening instruction you will finally find the magic of being fully in each pose and experience the freedom that brings in body and mind. Expect to be inside and to feel each pose in a new way in this full primary led class.

In this session Lara will explain the basic Ashtanga Principle: the Tristhana. In this workshop she will break down what it means to be inside the asana, breath, and gaze point in each moment of practice and how correct use of this formula can take the practitioner to the next level. You will get clarity on what perfection of asana truly means, just how deeply and loudly the sounded breath should sound, and what to do with those wandering eyes.
Prepare to move, to sweat and to have all your questions answered!

All levels welcome.

In this workshop, Lara will focus on breaking down the moving pieces that link the postures together, called the vinyasa. The purpose of vinyasa is for internal cleansing. Breathing and moving together while performing asanas makes the blood hot, or as Pattabhi Jois said, “boils the blood” removing impurities and disease. It is essential to our practice. Vinyasa means breathing and moving together, and when it is mastered, the practitioner experiences a blissful lightness and yogic glow. With Lara’s easy to learn techniques, you will learn to lift up and flow through in your practice mastering the elusive art of jump backs and jump throughs . All levels are welcome and encouraged to attend. Lara’s step by step approach aligns with the practitioner and takes him to the next tier, inspired for further growth.


Lara Land is an Level 2 authorized Ashtanga Yoga teacher with 18 years yoga experience. She has worked all over the world teaching yoga and mindful living and developing programs to heal and empower. In 2008-2009 Lara spent three months in post genocide Rwanda bringing yoga as healing to survivors, and from there went to India where she worked with HIV positive chil-dren bringing yoga and meditation to their treatment room. In June 2011 Lara opened Land Yoga, a ground floor Yoga, Arts, & Wellness Center in the heart of Harlem. Through Land she de-veloped community programs such as Harlem Earth Day, Soulfest and Women Who Wow landing her recognition by The Wall Street Journal, the Daily News, & on Fox5. In 2015 she founded her own non- profit, Three and a Half Acres Yoga to inspire community healing and activism through yoga. THAY currently works with Harlem youth and local law enforcement inspiring connection through mindfulness practices. Lara has made ten trips to India to study with the Guru of the Ashtanga Yoga Method often bringing students with her there and on her Love Where You Land yoga retreats worldwide. She is a public speaker, spiritual coach and writer with recent contributions to the Huffington Post, Mantra Magazine, and New York Yoga + Life Magazine. She is currently working on her first book. For more info please visit: