John Scott is an internationally acclaimed Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga teacher. This site maintains a registry of Apps available to help students and teachers both learn John’s method of counting the Ashtanga Primary and Second series as well as an introduction to John’s teachings. Available on iOS/Android/MacOS and AppleTV
The Community App is now available via Clanns Online or direct from the Apple Store page!
Click here for details on this exciting new tutorial series from Daily Yoga
Click here for details regarding the Primary Series App for John Scott
The Practice Builder lets you configure your practice. Click here for further details on this App
For those practitioners further through the practice this Second Series App covers the details of the Asana in this sequence. Click here for details
– Download : see iPhone App
– Download : tvOS App
– Download : Goto OSX App Mac App Store and search for ‘John Scott Yoga’
John Scott Clanns Online Community App
John Scott Primary Series App
John Scott Second Series App
John Scott Practice Builder App
John Scott Yoga ✯✯✯✯✯
This app has many great features, one if them is John’s voice leading you through your practice. Another is the vinyasa count test and if you have been lucky enough to be taught by John personally you will know how important this is to know. Well worth the investment !
John’s App Review in Ashtanga Dispatch
See here for John’s App reviewed here in Ashtanga Dispatch – Ashtanga Dispatch
John and Julia are delighted to collaborate with Crescent 21 to bring you a new Community App for all the latest news, event information and media content all in one convenient App. Clanns Online is a media aggregation application for groups who share a common sense of identity and allows you to easily locate all the media jump off points in one place.
John’s Primary Series App is for Practitioners beginning their Journey or requiring a refresh of the Asanas in the first sequence of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. Filled with tools, quizzes and material to help you memorise the sequence of Asanas in Primary Series this App is an invaluable addition to your Asana tool chest.
In collaboration with Alessandro Sigismondi Photography and Daily Yoga App, John is delighted to bring his Tutorial Series to members of Daily Yoga. With a Pro account on Daily Yoga you get access to specific tutorials (with over-dubs) for Daily Yoga users with all content from the tutorial series. See Daily Yoga App for more details
If you own one of these excellent watches and have John’s Primary Series App as well then you’ll discover that you can also access a subset of the Primary Series App on your Watch! Complete with the full Asana Sequence and a wee quiz to keep you straight on the Asana Count.
John’s Practice Builder App allows you to customise the Primary Series so you can spend longer in the Asanas you need to (and skip the ones you don’t!). The Builder is useful when you really want to focus on specific aspects of your practice but are quite happy in others. Add extra breaths, extra time, even repeat a posture multiple times. Note that to keep in the essence of Primary Series the order of the Asanas is maintained!
Run John’s Primary Series App full screen on Apple’s Mac Desktop Series. This application presents the Primary Series Asana Sequence, Flipcharts and other material to assist you in learning the Vinyasa Count of the Primary Series Asanas
You can even run a specfic version of John’s Primary Series App on yout AppleTV device. This Application assists you when it comes to learning the Vinyasa Count of the Primary Series including the Asana Names, their State and all important Vinyasa Count
John’s growing Facebook page – Community Pages, Events and the Latest Information on his Senior Teaching Team. With over 70.6k followers on Facebook and Instagram, John, Julia and the Senior Teaching team are reaching out to more and more students across the World.
Looking for details on the latest events, where John and Julia are travelling and relevant news and features from John’s Senior Teachers then this page is for you.
“The Vinyasa Count, how did the Vinyasa Count come to mainstream Ashtanga?”
John Scott, Winter, 2013