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Yoga Thailand: Best Yoga Studio in Bangkok

Boonchu Tanti

The Yoga Instructor :  Boonchu Tanti

Boonchu Tanti established AYBKK to extend his passion in Ashtanga Yoga and to better serve the yoga community in Bangkok. Boonchu studied with Pattahbi Jois and Sharath Jois, and was blessed and authorized as level 2 teacher in 2011.

As a result, his knowledge and experience teaching Ashtanga allows him to really help his students deepen their practice.  Boonchu is a caring, knowledgeable and humorous teacher.  His style of teaching provides a safe and encouraging environment for his students to thrive in.


The Practice : Mysore Style Ashtanga Yoga Every Morning

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AYBKK offers led classes as well as workshops on the weekends. Every morning there are Mysore classes from 6-10 am.

Mysore style is a traditional way of teaching that originated from India. Instead of a ‘led’ class, students are given their own Ashtanga sequence and receive one-on-one instructions. This is suitable for longtime practitioners or those with a basic knowledge of the primary series. Beginners are also welcome, and will be guided through the sequence personally.

If you ever have a chance to be in one of the morning Mysore classes, you’ll find yourself amongst the most talented yet humbling group of yogis. Like a big family – heartwarming, friendly and loving, everyone is helpful to each other. On most mornings after practice, you can finding them having coffee or lunch together!


Location

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The studio is located on the 9th floor of the S31 Hotel, just an easy 5-10 minute walk from Phrom Phong BTS. You can enjoy state of the art amenities such as sauna, steam room and swimming pool after a hard practice! The S31 Cafe is also known for their delectable cuisines at a good value.

For more information about pricing, location, facility, schedule and directions please visit the link below: Ashtanga Yoga BKK

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About David Lertsin

David is the founder and Course Director at All Yoga Training.

Since childhood, David's interest in the Orient has been reflected in his dedication to martial arts. His expressive power was balanced through early initiation to Zen meditation under Zen masters, and later into silent meditation of the Vipassana practice. He earned his black belts in Judo and Jiu-Jitsu by the age of 20, and began teaching these disciplines soon after as his teacher’s assistant.

David not only practices yoga for the healing aspect but also as a moving meditation reaching higher stage of Inner Silence and insight. His Vinyasa Rocket classes are dynamic and grounded in a natural flow, helping students to grow in their practice and building in them more confidence, strength, and mindfulness on and off the mat.

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