21-30 March 2025
Harmony Slater & Russel Case
Thorburnsgatan 5, Gothenburg

Harmony Slater & Russel Case

We are so happy to announce that the incredible Ashtanga yoga teachers and couple Harmony Slater and Russel Case are coming to Sweden and that we will host them for 10 inspiring and transformative Ashtanga days.

Days that will support you within your asana practice of ashtanga yoga, as well as inviting you to explore topics to move you beyond your mat and into the mindset of how you approach your ashtanga yoga practice and emotional and physical wellbeing.

Harmony is one of 10 certified Ashtanga yoga teachers in North America. She is a reformed perfectionist, recovering from eating disorders, depression and anxiety. This led her to need a spiritual solution – a path to freedom from physical pain and mental suffering, and has guided her journey to helping others do the same. 

Russel who is now a retired Ashtanga teacher that focus on painting has an extensive Ashtanga teaching experience and roots in Sweden. 

We will invite you to two Ashtanga Weekend Workshops as well as a Mysore week. Join for the full experience for all 10 days or join just one or both workshops and/or the Mysore week!

We are looking forward to these days together where we will do a deep dive into the world of Ashtanga yoga both on and beyond our mats!

All workshops and classes will be held at Yoga with a Silver Lining, Gothenburg at Thorburnsgatan 5.

For schedule and prices see below!


Schedule 21-30 March 2025

Friday March 21

05-07 pm: Led Class: Half Primary and Welcome

Saturday March 22

08-11 am: Meditation & Pranayama & Led Primary

12 – 03 pm: Back to the Roots – The History of Ashtanga Yoga

3.30 – 05 pm: Backbends: Strengthening the Spine and Cleansing the Nervous System

Sunday March 23

09 -11 am:  Mysore 

11 – 12 am: Guided Mysore Practice for beginners

01-3:30 pm: The 4 Pillars of Spirit-Centered Self-Care

 04-06 pm:  A Gentle introduction to the Second Series

24-28 MARCH

Monday March 24

06-09 am: Mysore

06-07.30 pm: Restorative Somatic Yoga Class 

– Gentle Restorative class with chanting, pranayama, meditation, and Yoga Nidra.

Tuesday March 25

06-09 am: Mysore

Wednesday March 26

06-09 am: Mysore

06-07.30 pm: Restorative Somatic Yoga Class  

Thursday March 27

 06-09 am: Mysore

Friday March 28

06-09 am: Mysore

Friday March 28

05-07 pm: Led Class, Welcome & Lecture: Deep hip opening & what is Yoga? 

Saturday March 29

08-11:00 am: Mysore 

10-11 am: Guided Mysore Practice for beginners

11:30 am-1:00 pm:  Yoga as the Aesthetic Experience or Yoga – What is Samadhi?

03-05 pm: Beyond Asana: An Introduction to the deeper dimensions of yoga – Chanting & Pranayama & Meditation

Sunday March 30

08-11 am: Meditation & Pranayama & Led Primary

01-3:30 pm: Yoga as a Powerful Healing Modality: Using Yoga As A Mirror with Q&A


Full 10 days immersion: 7 900 kr 

Weekend Workshops

Immersion Workshop (21-23/3): 4 000 kr

Healing workshop (28-30/3): 3 400 kr

Both: 6 500 kr

Mysore Week: 2 250 kr 

Monday – Friday, including evening (restorative) class on Monday & Wednesday


Single Classes (only available if availability and will then be opened closer to the workshop)

Week Day Mysore / Evening Drop in class: 520 kr

Single Weekend Workshop Classes: 675 kr


Harmony & Russel

Harmony Slater

Harmony Slater is a Certified Ashtanga Yoga Teacher and Certified Spiritual-Wellness Coach. She traveled to East Asia in 2002 to study Buddhism, after completing two degrees in Philosophy and Eastern Religion. In 2004, she began a life-long love affair with India, spending the next fifteen years living there for extended periods of time immersed in yoga practice and philosophy. She was Certified to teach the Ashtanga Advanced Series in 2015, by R.Sharath Jois, in Mysore, India.

She co-founded two yoga schools in Canada and has shared her experience with pregnancy, childbirth, and spiritual practice in the books: ‘Yoga Sadhana for Mothers’ and ‘Strength and Grace: A collection of Essays by Women of Ashtanga Yoga’. She’s a contributing editor for Sonima magazine, an active Board Member for the non-profit organization “Yoga Gives Back” and the host of the Finding Harmony Podcast.

For over twenty years Harmony’s mission has been to share the deeper teachings and practices of buddhism and yoga to enhance wellbeing and spiritual integration. She’s taught workshops in over 30 different countries and now is primarily focused on helping professional women struggling with burnout, to restore their energy and reconnect with their purpose, passion and profession.


Russel Case

Michigan born retired Yoga teacher and Painter, Russell Altice Case earned his

MFA in 2003 studying under fellow Detroit Sven Lennart Anderson at Brooklyn College.

After graduation Case spent 10 years overseas studying and teaching Ashtanga Yoga in Taiwan, Brighton U.K., and Mysore India.

This followed a year teaching English in Andong, South Korea, and passing the

Foreign Service Exam. He was the first from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago student population to ever do so. He gained his BFA and also a Post baccalaureate in 2000 from that proud institution, following his graduation from the New Orleans Center of Creative Arts in 1993.

In 2010 Case returned to the US and founded the very first Mysore style

Ashtanga Yoga room at Twitter HQ in San Francisco and subsequently the Jois

Foundation for children and the Stanford University Mysore Program where he was director for 10 years.

Currently he paints and lives in Calgary, Alberta Canada with his beloved wife

Harmony, their shared child Jediah Om, and two golden doodles Artemis and Apollo.

Russell’s maternal and paternal family both fled the Storsvagåret Famine of

1867. He longs to return to the Lund family headstone in Algutstorp. Västra Göteland. His Lund family continues to hold family reunions in Chicago every year.