January 13th – 15th 2023

Ashtanga Workshop

Andrew Eppler
in Barcelona

For the first time in Barcelona!

We are super thrilled to host Andrew Eppler. He manages to incorporate an advanced physical practice in a genuine way, with the deep roots of the yoga tradition from Mysore.

Participate to get inspired and nourished during a weekend in January 2023

Andrew Eppler ashtanga barcelona

a well-rounded experience!
¡Traducción al Castellano!

Foundations of Ashtanga

Friday Evening

18:00 – 20:00


Saturday and Sunday Morning

7:00 – 10:00

Deepening the

Saturday and Sunday Afternoon

13:00 – 16:00

early-bird promotion


only until January 10th!

get the best deal and reserve your spot now!

39 Saturday / Sunday​
  • book a single or both
    Mysore classes


199 Friday to Sunday
  • enjoy the full workshop
    including 5 sessions!
best deal


49 Friday to Sunday
  • book any single workshop!
    see program for details

if you have special requests, please fill in the form down below

program details

Andrew will begin his workshop by saying a few words about his approach to practising Ashtanga Yoga. Our first practice will be a led sequence that will give instructions and ideas to work within our Mysore sessions on Saturday and Sunday. Working within the traditional framework of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga we will explore techniques for refining the practice.

  • The essence of Vinyasa – Historical Perspective and Practical application
  • Breath Rhythm
  • Fundamentals of therapeutic work
  • Working around injuries
  • Developing a sustainable, lifelong, pain-free and joyful practice
  • Resistance Based Adjustments
  • Reciprocal Inhibition
  • Massage Based Adjustment
  • How to address the asymmetry of the body in our practice
  • The Art of Warming Up
  • Guidelines for communication during adjustment of postures
  • How to avoid injuries

The Heart of the Sun and the significance of Pingala Nadi

  • Bandhas explained in detail with corresponding Mudra practice.
  • Preparation for Pranayama
  • Importance of Pratyahara
  • Koshas
  • Vayus
  • Chakras
  • Nadis
  • Resistance Based Adjustments
  • Reciprocal Inhibition
  • Massage Based Adjustment
  • How to address the asymmetry of the body in our practice
  • The Art of Warming Up
  • Guidelines for communication during adjustment of postures
  • How to avoid injuries

Combining Therapy, Asana, and Pranayama

  • Raja Vinyasa Yoga
  • Sustainable and Joyful Ashtanga Yoga Practice
  • Diet and Lifestyle
  • Role of Toxins in Yoga
  • Final thoughts and suggestions for asana practice

about Andrew


Andrew Eppler has been practicing Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga for over 3 decades. Andrew is the director of Ashtanga Yoga Studio and he is the producer and director of the Mysore Yoga Traditions film. Yoga has been a lifelong journey for Andrew.

He has grown up with the practice and witnessed its evolution into world culture first-hand. Andrew has spent many years studying the philosophy of the Nathamuni Sampradaya tradition that Sri Krishnamacharya belonged to. With the help and support of senior Sanskrit professors in Mysore Andrew has developed an approach to teaching physical postures that fits the modern paradigm.

While staying grounded in traditional ideas about philosophy and the sequences of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, Andrew believes that there is inevitable evolution in yoga practice and uses a “global fusion” of techniques. He is constantly researching different methods, comparing techniques from yoga communities around the world as he travels, and refining them to create the best approach possible in his own teaching.

Andrew sees yoga as an evolutionary process and strives to help each yoga student fall in love with the practice of yoga in a way that allows them to practice for their whole life and create their own evolving, healing practice that can be both a solitary practice and shared with other practitioners in a gracious, respectful way.

Santiago Pinto


Santiago has been practicing Ashtanga Yoga daily since 2002.

In October 2011, he moved to Barcelona where he founded

Sarrià Yoga, running since then a daily Mysore program.

workshop location​

Sarria Yoga Barcelona

Carrer d’Ivorra 20, 08034, Barcelona

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Most frequent questions and answers

If you purchase before January 10th (early-bird) you get the full workshop for only 199€, a single Mysore class for 39€, and a single workshop session for 49€. 

Prices afterwards would be 287€, 55€ and 59€ respectively

Yes, we will have 2-morning Mysore-style classes on Saturday and Sunday from 7:00 – 10:00 and these can be booked separately.

Don’t worry, all levels are welcome

Registration will remain open as long as there are free spots available. Nevertheless, our Shala is a rather small space, so we might run out of capacity earlier – reserve your spot now! 😉

We recommend that you bring your own mat, as we do not have any to lend out. However, we do sell beautiful mats from the Swedish OOO brand!

The workshop will take place in the Shala of Sarrià Yoga, located at the following address:

Carrer d’Ivorra 20, 08034, Barcelona 

It’s a few minutes walk from the Sarrià FGC train station.

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