Practise Yoga with us.
 
We aim to offer classes that challenge, uplift and inspire all; inviting you to connect physically with the body and the breath in order to liberate the mind and nourish the soul. Our teachers are warm and sincere and welcome all levels to come and take part. We are running classes IN-STUDIO, ONLINE & ON-DEMAND.
 
Please book in advance and bring your own mat if you come to the studio to practice, alternativy you can hire one of our mats for a £2 cleaning fee.
 

ASHTANGA

Ashtanga means 8-Limbs and the word is linked to Patanjali’s 8-Limb Path of yoga. In more recent times, Ashtanga has become known as a specific style of practice. It was developed in Mysore, India by K. Pattabhi Jois and promoted as a classical form of modern Indian yoga. It is an energetic flowing style formed by a system of set sequences or ‘series’. Traditionally, the practitioner must master the First or Primary Series before progressing to the Second Series and so on. Each series focuses mostly upon one particular theme – for example, the Primary Series focuses on forward folding poses. .

VINYASA FLOW

Vinyasa flow yoga is a dynamic practice rooted in Ashtanga yoga principles, where poses are link together to form one fluid sequence of movement. Benefits include cardiovascular health, strength building, a wide range of motion, stress relief, flexibility and connection with breath.

 

Expect to move from pose to pose in a creative sequence that changes every time, and often with a musical background. Some classes will be more vigorous and challenging than others depending on the teacher, who each bring their own influences, so do try them all or contact us for guidance.

RESTORATIVE
YOGA

A slow-paced practice of long-held relaxation poses, most often with use of numerous props to support the body. A modern form of yoga with roots in the understanding of the ancient subtle body and the benefits of stilling and quieting body and mind. (Please refer to chapter on restorative yoga)

HATHA

Hatha yoga is generally practiced more slowly and with more static posture holds than found in styles such as Ashtanga or Vinyasa. However, the tradition of Hatha yoga encompasses much more than the physical practice which has become popular today.

In Sanskrit ha = sun (energy) and tha = moon (energy). The joining of the two as hatha indicates the balancing of these two energies. Traditionally, the word hatha refers to the practice of asana.

JIVAMUKTI

Jivamukti is a path to enlightenment through compassion to all beings. Created by Sharon Gannon and David Life in New York in 1984. Jivamukti is an internationally recognised form of Hatha yoga and is founded on five tenants; ahimsa (non-harming), bhakti (devotion), dhyana (meditation), nada (sound) and shastra (scripture).

ROCKET

Rocket is deeply rooted in Ashtanga. It is a series of standing, balancing and inverted postures all linked by vinyasas (movement flows), incorporating basic poses with challenging arm balances, inversions and back bends.

 

Inversions are lot of fun, but they also prove to be some of the most challenging postures.
Some of the upside down postures are designed to energise us, others are designed to calm us down.
No matter if you are a newbie or an old hat to inversions this class will be fun, will get you sweating and see the world from another perspective -upside down.

MAMABABY
YOGA

MamaBaby yoga is about safely and slowly regaining confidence & reconnection with yourself, your body and your new baby.

Each class is specifically designed with mumlife in mind.
Supporting you to build up strength, release tension, work gently with the pelvic floor and enjoy the beauty of moving freely with the breath.

Baby will be there to join in the fun and may even actively join in at some moments.

We hope to offer a space for mamas to connect, share and support each other at this special time.

All levels and abilities are welcome.

Class is to music and are for mums 6/8week postpartum until are crawling

Pregnancy Vinyasa Flow

This class is an active yoga practice for mums-to-be throughout their second and third trimesters. The poses are safely adapted to encourage strength, flexibility, balance and ease. The class has a steady pace with plenty of options for all levels of experience and also includes breathing techniques and deep relaxation, both of which are so vital to support and nourish the mother and growing baby.

 

*Please note that you need to be at least 13 weeks pregnant to begin the classes.

YANG TO YIN

This class will flow through the energies of Yang into Yin.

 

The first half will be focused on dynamic vinyasa-style asana to connect with and work the physical body through strong postures, an awareness of breath, a deep connection to sensation and body-mindfulness. The second half is designed to stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system with long floor-based postures, supported by meditation and mindfulness techniques to calm, ground and reset.

YIN

A slow-paced practice of long(er)-held seated, supine or prone poses. A modern form of yoga evolved (mostly) from a combination of Chinese philosophy, medicine and therapeutic practices.

PRIMAL YOGA

Combining principles from Mobility, Primal Movement, and Calisthenics, the concept of primal yoga appeared after feeling the benefits from all these different disciplines, and observing the dogma created in any type of discipline.

The aim of Primal Yoga is to bring a different perspective into the field of yoga, allowing for human movement exploration.

Even though there is a combination of disciplines, there is a big emphasis in Yoga.

Yoga means “union” and, when we talk about yoga, we are talking about an intention, internal experience, a raise of awareness on the individual and the natural aim of wanting to be a better person. The values of this practice are in tune with the values within the tradition of yoga and its principal aim is to help the practitioner to find balance within.

NIDRA

Also known as sleep with awareness, Yoga Nidra is a guided full-body relaxation inducing a deep meditative state.

 

Following a basic limber and a few restorative poses, the teacher will use techniques such as guided imagery and body scanning to aid relaxation, allowing a generous length of time in Savasana (lying down on your back, with appropriate support) for you to physically and mentally sink into your Yoga Nidra.

 

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I’M NEW TO YOGA. WHERE DO I START?
Our classes are open level.
We run Beginners workshops in January and September.

If you are a complete beginner or new to yoga you can contact us for guidance on the most suitable classes for you, write to us at  hello.tripyoga@gmail.com 

 

 

WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO CLASS?
Comfortable clothing, your own mat if you can and a bottle of water.

 

SHOULD I BRING MY OWN MAT OR GRIP TOWEL?
It’s better to  bring your own mat.
Alternatively you can hire one of our mats for a £2 cleaning fee.

 

WHAT’S YOUR INTRO OFFER ABOUT?
This is the best way to try all the classes and teachers.
For new costumers we offer 3 types of INTRO:
ONLINE INTRO OFFER – £30
Unlimited online only classes in 30 consecutive days.
IN-STUDIO & ONLINE INTRO OFFER – £50
Unlimited classes in 30 consecutive days

 

WHAT IF I HAVE AN INJURY OR MEDICAL CONDITION?
Please let the teacher know of any injuries or medical conditions before the class starts. This is important as it helps us know how to assist you, give you modifications and keep you safe. We, and our teachers, reserve the right to ask you not to participate in a class if we feel that it would be inappropriate because of an injury or medical condition.

 

I’M PREGNANT. WHAT CLASSES CAN I DO?
Congratulations!
We ask you not to attend classes until you are 13 weeks pregnant
(including Prenatal yoga classes on Sundays).

 

DO YOU HAVE SHOWERS AND CHANGING ROOMS?
We have one shower and a small changing room.
However, these facilitates are temporarily closed during the pandemic.

 

I THINK I LOST MY WATER BOTTLE/KEYS/JEWELLERY
DO YOU HAVE IT?
We hold onto the lost property for one month and keep them safe for you. Please arrange to pick them up within this timeframe, we take unclaimed items to the Charity shop.

 

CAN I JUST TURN UP TO A CLASS?
We highly recommend to book in advance as space in the studio are limited
You can use our app or MINDBODY to book spaces to classes in advance.

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