Moon day schedule 2017
Why do Ashtanguis not practice on Moon days? New Moon & Full Moon are resting days.
The Human adult body consist of 60% of water, if you think of the effects water has on the ocean, you can only imagine how we can impossible not be effected by it. We typically will experience an energetic difference on these days, before leading up to it and a day or two after the moon days.
During Full Moon we feel more energised, however overly so where it can be overly strong and almost aggressive sometimes. We notice this especially in the breath, it might become more shallow and harsh. Our body feals invigorated and the extra boosted energy can result in injuries, as there is an inclination to become over ambitious and push.
For new moon it works in its opposite, the energy gets pulled downwards, dense and drained, a sense of exhaustion.
Hence on these days we respect the cycles of nature and take a day to rest and noursh the body.
Many women also find that their mentsrual cycles atune to the moons, and often falls either on the new moon or full moon, yet another reason to rest.
New Moon 2017
February, Sunday 26th – No Guided Ashtanga class March, Tuesday 28th – No Mysore class
April, Wednesday 26th – No Mysore class
May, Friday 26th – No Mysore class
June, Friday 23rd – No Mysore class
July, Sunday 23rd – No Guided Ashtanga class
August, Tuesday 22nd – No Mysore class
September, Wednesday 20th – No Mysore class
October, Friday 20th – No Mysore class
November, Sunday 19th – No Guided Ashtanga class
December, Monday 18th – No Mysore class
Full Moon 2017
February Friday 10th – No Mysore class
March Sunday 12nd – No Guided Ashtanga class
April Tuesday 11st – No Mysore class
May Thursday 11st – No Mysore class
June Friday 9th – No Mysore class
July Sunday 9th – No Guided Ashtanga class
August Tuesday 8th – No Mysore class
September Wednesday 6th – No Mysore class
October Friday 6th – No Mysore class
November Friday 3rd – No Mysore class
December Sunday 3rd – No Guided Ashtanga class