One Hundred Hours Practice and Study with Dylan Bernstein!

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    One Hundred Hours Practice and Study with Dylan Bernstein!

    Start: Monday – June 25 –  Saturday July 7, 2018

    Day:  Monday – Sunday (Saturday, the 30th of June – A Holiday)

    Time: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm


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    One Hundred Hours Practice and Study with Dylan Bernstein

    The Deep End of the Pool..


    One Hundred Hours Practice and Study


    Dylan Bernstein



    Depth, Clarity, Vision.


    Let’s take a sufficient and proper amount of time to devote ourselves to the study and practice of yoga. This intensive invites participants to dive in and explore yoga in-depth. The course uses the foundations of asana, vinyasa, pranayama and philosophy in order to explore Yoga’s higher benefits, aims and realms.

    Each day will find us joining together in morning practices, centered around Mysore-style Ashtanga.  Late morning and early afternoon workshops, discussions and lectures will surround our midday lunch.  The days will close with group sittings and genuine, traditional meditation practices.


    The broad pool of topics that we’ll swim within include:




    -Deepen your personal Ashtanga practice

    -Explore modifications and variations within the system

    -Learn to allow breath to guide your movement

    -Realise the bandhas

    -Physical Alignment

    -Internal Energetic Alignment

    -Internal Mental Alignment


    -Injury Awareness, Prevention and Rehabilitation

    -Vinyasa Approaches and Benefits

    -Efficiency of Movement

    -Building a Better Seat



    The Yogic Traditions

    -Appreciate historical yoga events from ancient to modern times

    -Grasp the basic theories of Ayurveda, India’s “Science of Life”

    -Work with the pronunciation of simple Sanskrit words

    -Explore chanting and mantra

    -Forge your own personal connection with the divine



    The Asian Philosophies



    Splash around in the most fundamental and significant areas of Yoga and related Philosophies:


    -Patañjali Yoga Sutras

    -Buddhist History and Theory

    -Bhagavad Gītā





    -Haţha Yoga Pradīpikā

    -Taoism and Zen

    -The Modern Perspective: Understand how today’s society is influencing yoga and, more importantly, what yoga can offer to the world of today




    -Discover the function of muscles, bones and connective tissue in relation to your practices

    -Realise how best to safely approach comfort and depth

    -Gain experience in working with your body’s energy — Nadis, Chakras, Vayus, Koshas.


    Yogic Lifestyle 



    -Become a better student

    -Integrate yogic practices into your entire life

    -Develop your own wisdom of nutrition and diet

    -Make lifestyle choices wisely with experience, perspective and freedom

    -Inspire those around you

    -Learn correct, safe and efficient methods of yoga postures

    -Integrity — the master key to genuine yoga







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    Dylan Bernstein – Personal Biography


    Dylan was fortunate enough to be introduced to yoga and meditation in 1988. These essential tools helped him negotiate the turbulent seas of his teens and twenties. Then Ashtanga yoga discovered Dylan at the end of his first year in India. He has maintained a daily practice ever since. A lifelong interest in Asian philosophy, culture and poetics brought him to reside in Asia, where he has maintained his home base since 2001. He has learned immensely both by traveling widely and by living in Vietnam, India and now Hong Kong.
    In addition to time spent in Mysore with Shri K Pattabhi, Saraswathi and Sharath Jois, Dylan has been blessed to connect with other dear  and brilliant senior teachers from the Ashtanga lineage. Time spent working and residing in the monasteries of Venerable Thích Huyền Diệu has also proven immensely insightful. Dylan has taught on four continents and continues to be influenced by many other teachers and diverse traditions. Perhaps his primary inspiration has become his dynamic and inquisitive students. He is forever indebted to all the teachers, students and fellow practitioners who have helped him along the way.
    Dylan has a master’s degree in Buddhist studies, was authorised to teach Ashtanga by the Shri K. Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Yoga Institute in 2012 and is EYRT-500 certified by Yoga Alliance. A student of teaching techniques, Dylan has a background in pedagogy and cognitive development. His classes are designed to put students into direct contact with their own true internal teachers. Yoga has never been limited to asana for Dylan and yet, he values the critical role that the physical practice can play in bringing light to one’s whole being. Essentially, Dylan remains a pluralist, believing in many kinds of truth and many manners of realization.
    Though entertainment is not his focus in teaching, there is always room for laughter in his classroom. Though the land and conditions around him are often shifting, the practices keep him grounded internally, allowing for stability even when in the midst of change. Ashtanga vinyasa coupled with pranayama and other sitting practices continue to be the foundations of his understanding and teachings.




    Dylan Bernstein

    Dylan Bernstein

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    Dylan continues to study yoga and related subjects as well as practicing under the eyes of Ashtanga’s more venerable teachers, including Shri K. Pattabhi, Saraswati and Sharath Jois. Many other teachers and other traditions have also influenced him, as have his dynamic and inquisitive students. He is forever indebted to all the teachers, students and fellow practitioners who have helped him along the way.

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