Dublín Salas was born in Caracas Venezuela. He began his yoga practice in New York with a family member, Marco Rojas, currently a senior teacher with renowned teacher Alan Finger at Ishta Yoga. After Dublin completed his teacher training at Yoga Works under the guidance of Jenny Aurthur, he began to assist Rojas in classes and workshops around NYC developing a deep affinity for Rojas yogic style. In 2015 Dublin completed 100 hours intense teacher training with master teacher Maty Ezraty. In 2016 He Completed an Advanced Anatomy Teacher Training certification With Jason Ray Brown in Musculoskeletal Anatomy, Injury Awareness/Prevention, Biomechanics and the Kinesiology of Yoga Asana..
TEACHING & PRACTICE
Dublin Salas teaches and practice are influence in the Ashtanga, Vinyasa System,Iyangar and Hatha yoga. Through the yoga asana Dublin hopes to guide his students to use the body and the breath to calm the mind.His exploration of sun salutations follows an intelligent, simple yet challenging sequencing focused on alignment, actions, movements and breath control. bringing the student control through moving meditation.
-RYT 200 teacher certificate at Yoga Works with Jenny Arthur and Chrissy Carter
-RYT 100 teacher certificate with Master Teacher Maty Ezraty at Yoga Works
-RYT 108 Advanced Teacher Training certification with Jason Ray Brown in Musculoskeletal Anatomy, Injury Awareness/Prevention, Biomechanics and Kinesiology of Yoga Asana..
- Yoga in English and Spanish
Dublin Salas is a very special person in my life. I was diagnosed with a chronic neuromuscular condition and was in quite a state when I first wobbled into his class. He took one look at me and asked to write down my diagnosis so he could Google when he got home. His interest obligated me to return the following week. And he had most definitely Googled. He also spoke with other instructors and one of his mentors. Yoga, he said, would help. Dublin is the only yoga instructor I have found who can have me bursting with laughter while deep in a pose. His sense of humor is just one expression of his acute sense of his students frame of minds. Dublin frequently finds ways to tell me how proud he is of me. And in doing so, he shows a sense of pride in himself that I believe he is very deserving of. I know that if Dublin hadn't made such an effort from the get-go, I would have probably never come back. He sees improvements before I feel them".