What is Ashtanga Rogue?

What is Ashtanga Rogue?

ashtanga_rogue_logos_03Ashtanga Rogue is an evolutionary approach to traditional Ashtanga Mysore instruction and Vinyasa Krama.  Based in Washington, D.C., at the Yoga District on 14th St, NW,  Ashtanga Rogue is led by Rexx Anthony Samuell, a close student of Matthew Sweeney.  The aim of Ashtanga Rogue is to offer students one-on-one instruction in the self-practice method of Ashtanga Yoga and Vinyasa Krama.  Students benefit from individualized attention from the teacher, as well as developing self-reliance and independence within one’s own practice.  One of the greatest benefits of a self-practice system is the relationship you develop with the teacher.


Classes are held in the Front Room at the 14th St location, above Taylor Gourmet.

Monday through Friday, 5:45am-8:00am

No practice on Saturdays, New Moon Days or Full Moon Days.  Moon Days will show on the Mindbody schedule as cancelled classes.

Adjustments and guidance end at 8:00am on Mondays through Fridays.  Students are encouraged to arrive early for practice to receive more individualized instruction.

How do you sign up?

Students must attend either as a Drop-in  ($11.35 plus tax) or using the Mysore Monthly Membership.  Traditionally, a student is asked to commit to a self-practice class for at least a month, so that he or she can experience the daily routine of practicing the system. After all, habits are created in 21 days, so committing to a month-long exploration of Ashtanga builds regularity, consistency, and discipline.  The longer one practices self-practice, the more natural it gets.

Your Monthly Membership for Mysore classes also permits  you to attend all other regularly scheduled classes at any Yoga District location.

What else can you do?

Like us on Facebook.  Twitter and Instagram accounts for the Rogue will arrive in January 2017.

I look forward to seeing you on the mat early Monday morning. Do Ashtanga, go Rogue.



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