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Dylan Bernstein, KPJAYI authorised teacher, will be teaching at SHALA Prague in September 2024 two weeks of morning mysore and weekend workshops.

V září 2024 do Prahy zavítá Dylan Bernstein a bude v Shale učit jeden týden ranních mysore lekcí a víkendový workshop. Dylan je KPJAYI  autorizovaný učitel s mnohaletými zkušenostmi učitele a praktikanta ashtangy.

16 - 28 September 2024 


Dylan will be teaching two weeks of morning mysore classes. His many years of daily ashtanga practice and teaching will help you immensely with your own practice. 

Dylan bude učit dva týdny ranních mysore lekcí. Jeho mnohaleté zkušenosti praktikanta ashtangy a učitele vám pomůžou posunout se v praxi dále a nasbírat cenné informace. 

To join you will need to have a regular ashtanga self-practice. All levels welcome, beginners, intermediate, advanced. Only practitioners with a regular practice (at least standing postures) will be able to join.

Praxe s Dylanem se může zůčastnit kdokoliv, kdo má vlastní pravidelnou praxi (alespoň stojné pozice), bez ohledu na úroveň pokročilosti. 


Monday 16/9 - Saturday 28/9 2023


Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri (pondělí, úterý, středa, čtvrtek, pátek) 

6:00 - 9:00 mysore practice

Saturday (sobota) 8:00 - 9:30 Full Led Primary


Max. 17 students per class batch



  • 1 week practice 1.500 CZK (add on to your valid membership/class pass)

  • 2 weeks practice 2.800 CZK (add on to your valid membership/class pass)

  • drop-in 400 CZK (add on to your valid membership/class pass)


  • 1 week practice 3.000 CZK 

  • 2 weeks practice 5.100 CZK 

  • drop-in 700 CZK

Places are limited. We advice practitioners to book their spot as soon as possible. 

Doporučujeme rezervovat si místo co nejdříve. 

 Where: Shala Prague, Trojanova 18, Praha 2 

Registration & payment

All payments are final. No cancelations or refunds available.

Registrace & platba

Všechny platby jsou závazné a nevratné. 






September 2024


10:00 - 12:30


1.900 CZK early bird price paid before 16/8/2024

2.500 CZK full price

Max. 16 students



Dylan is delighted to reach out to yoga practitioners across the globe. He has helped to build bustling, supportive and ongoing Mysore communities in Hong Kong, Istanbul and Bali. In addition to running stable Ashtanga programs, he has taught workshops and high-level immersions in dozens of locations worldwide. 


Dylan had the good fortune to be introduced to yoga and zazen meditation in 1988, at the ripe age of 14. Since then, he has called upon the practices to engage the body, still the mind and seek more subtle expressions of self. Though the soil and conditions around him are often shifting, the practices keep him grounded internally, allowing for stability even when in the midst of change.


A lifelong interest in Asian philosophy, culture and poetics brought him to reside throughout Asia, where he has maintained his home base since 2001. He has learned immensely both by travelling widely and by living in Vietnam, India, Bali and Hong Kong. In addition to time spent in Mysore with Shri K Pattabhi Jois, Saraswati and Sharath Jois, Dylan has been blessed to connect with many other dear senior teachers. Time spent working and residing in the monasteries of Venerable Thích Huyền Diệu has also proven immensely insightful.


Dylan holds a Master’s Degree in Buddhist Studies, has been authorised to teach Ashtanga by the Shri K Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Yoga Institute and even has the highest certification available from Yoga Alliance stashed away in a drawer somewhere.


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 āsana 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 realisation. Though entertainment is not his focus in teaching, there is always room for laughter in his classroom.  Ashtanga Vinyasa coupled with pranayama and other sitting practices continue to be the foundations of his understanding and teachings.

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