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Pranayama and Ashtanga Workshop Oct 22-23 Munich, Germany

Pranayama and Ashtanga Workshop
Yoga Bee, Munich, Germany
Saturday & Sunday, October 22-23, 2016

Sat 12-3 pm
Sun 8:30 am-12 pm

One Day 65€
Both Days 108€ (early bird until Oct 1)

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Oct 22 to
Oct 23
12:00 pmto15:00 pm

Pranayama and Ashtanga Workshop
Yoga Bee, Munich, Germany
Saturday & Sunday, October 22-23, 2016
Sat 12-3 pm
Sun 8:30 am-12 pm

1.5 hrs: pranayama and meditation
1.5 hours: asana


65 €

Full Description

YogaBee is pleased to welcome Summer Dien back for a two day Pranayama and Ashtanga Yoga Workshop. Summer is a Senior Student of Paul Dallaghan and an internationally known yoga teacher. Not to be missed! Places are limited – please reserve in advance.


Summer Dien is an international yoga teacher. She was born in Vietnam and raised in Minnesota. She has lived in Japan, Brazil, the Middle East and Asia. She speaks English, Japanese, Vietnamese and Portuguese. In her life before becoming a yoga teacher, she was a kindergarten EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teacher for three years. She completed her undergraduate and graduate studies at the University of Minnesota and holds a Master’s in Education.

Summer completed her foundational teacher training in 2013 with Paul Dallaghan at Centered Yoga in Koh Samui, Thailand. She started doing yoga in Doha, Qatar in 2010 and began teaching informally in her apartment shortly thereafter. Summer worked at Samahita Retreat (home of Centered Yoga) as a yoga teacher and wellness advisor for two years from 2013-2015. She taught led ashtanga, restorative yoga, and guided meditation classes and also assisted in the Mysore room and on advanced teacher training courses and retreats. She continues to study extensively with her teachers Sri OP Tiwariji and Paul Dallaghan in the areas of pranayama and asana.
Summer is trained in the classical pranayama practices (kriyas and pranayama techniques) of the Khaivalyadham lineage and in the traditional ashtanga vinyasa system.
Summer has a liberal, non-dogmatic approach to asana and believes in using the body in the most intelligent way possible. While non-traditional in some ways, she adheres to the general principles of the Ashtanga Vinyasa method. She advocates modifying the poses to suit the student’s current needs and abilities. She is a dedicated practitioner of pranayama, ashtanga, and Vipassana meditation.
Summer is committed to the path of yoga and dedicates her life to fully supporting and uplifting others by passing on the ancient yogic practices of asana, pranayama, and meditation.
Summer is very excited to serve the yoga community in Munich and share her knowledge and experience.


Beginners Welcome! The workshop offers you the possibility to develop a pranayama practice and deepen your ashtanga practice.
PLEASE COME ON AN EMPTY STOMACH (no food 3 hours before the workshop).

1st half-Pranayama
Start your weekend with a double dose of yoga and prepare for the next week!
We will begin with a guided contemplation on gratitude, forgiveness, and guidance. Then we will learn move through the kriyas, cleansing practices, designed to purify and cleanse the body and prepare it for the pranayama practice. We will then learn a couple different pranayamas, such as ujjayyi and sitali.

2nd half-Asana
After a short break, we will resume with a guided ashtanga class, moving through the ashtanga sequence in a safe and intelligent way. Summer will breakdown some of the poses and point out key details that will shift your perspective and transform your practice.
After a long savasana, you will be leave feeling energized and invigorated, ready to take on the day!

Places are limited – please reserve in advance:

On-Line Registration

Remaining places on a “First Come, First Served” basis.

108 € for both days when booked in advance, or 65 € each

Location to be announced.

This workshop will be taught in English.