What styles of yoga do you teach?

Inspired Flow

Hot Power

Hot Slow Flow

Yin & Flow

Yin

Yin & Sound

Yin, Sound & Nidra

Sound, Breath & Restore

Inspired Flow

This is an invigorating vinyasa flow sequence.

Expect traditional meets fun with a beautiful soundtrack to help carry you through.

Sometimes fast and funky, sometimes slower & more chilled. It all depends on the inspiration that appears on the day.

SUITABLE FOR: Open level, however, we suggest at least completing our 6-week beginner course or having some vinyasa experience

Hot Power

Power yoga is a strong, athletic form of yoga. You’ll find lots of standing leg strengthening poses, leg balances, arm balances, hip and hamstring openers, spine openers and a whole lot more.

Core strength is always a focus, and you’ll move everything from your fingertips to your toes. This is a serious full-body ‘workout’ – all the muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons, organs and systems of the body.

Usually these classes are a great challenge. You’ll learn to breathe with all of your lungs, not just the top bit. These classes will also provide a great opportunity to de-stress as you don’t get a chance to think of anything else except the pose you’re in.

We finish with a short Savasana to reset and rejuvenate the body, and when you do get back to those stressful things, they often don’t seem quite so bad.

Class is heated to a toasty 32 degrees with our Infrared Heating

SUITABLE FOR: Open Level – Suggest 2-3 months of practice. Or have completed a beginner course

Hot Slow Flow

Deep, slow & reverent. This warm loving class weaves together breath and movement through a calm, sweet flow practice.

While this class is a slower pace than regular Vinyasa, it will still challenge and inspire you to deepen your practice. This class consists of Sun Salutates, standing poses, balancing postures, twists, basic inversions, and always ends with a deep, relaxing savasana.

Emphasis is given to aligning breath and movement, slowing down and paying attention, and relaxing into your own body.

This class takes place in a infrared heated room which will enhance detoxification, stimulate the glandular systems, and challenging the cardiovascular system while we cultivate strength, flexibility, and balance through the yoga postures and flows.

Twist, flow, grow and leave with your cup filled.

SUITABLE FOR: This class is appropriate for beginners (completing at least a beginner course is recommended) and more experienced students alike. 

Yin & Flow

The purpose of this class is to move mindfully, to connect the mind, body and spirit by incorporating awareness of breath, gentle and flowing asana sequences finished with a delicious guided yin.

We aim for you to experience inner stillness, clarity and peace.

SUITABLE FOR: All levels, but we would advise maybe having done a little yoga before. Or have good body awareness.

Yin

With our busy lives, it can be hard to find the time to relax. And often, when we do get a chance to slow down, our mind starts racing, and we have trouble switching off.

TPY yin yoga can help you truly unwind through a combination of floor-based yoga poses (asana) to help open your body physically and energetically, to release tensions and worries, and mindfulness and meditation to help reduce stress of the mind.

Our sequences of relaxing poses use the support of bolsters, blocks, and blankets and are designed to rid the body of tension and stress. Long holds (two to five minutes per posture) help you work deeper into the physical body, enabling you to lengthen and juice up your connective tissue, increasing flexibility. And as your body starts to soften and relax, we turn our attention to the mind to see what we can let go of there.

You don’t need to be flexible to practice yin yoga; it is perfect for beginners who can’t touch their toes and advanced yogis who want to deepen their practice. Yin is also a great complement to the more intensive power styles of yoga.


Also, if you suffer from any of the following, you will benefit from TPY’s yin yoga classes:
• Anxiety
• Depression
• Insomnia or sleep problems
• Irritable bowel
• Tension headache and migraine
• Overthinking, worry, constant thought
• Stress
• High blood pressure
• Adrenal fatigue
• Fibromyalgia

TPY yin yoga classes offer a truly unique experience. They are a great way to unwind from your busy life and tune in to your physical, mental, and emotional bodies.

The room is heated to a beautiful 21 degrees throughout winter with our Infrared heaters (we still suggest to wear layers and bring socks as everyone experiences our heating differently).

SUITABLE FOR: No yoga experience required to attend this class

Yin & Sound

This class is medicine for the soul. A mix of yin yoga and the healing tones of the seven chakra set of crystal bowls.

TPY yin yoga can help you truly unwind through a combination of floor-based yoga poses (asana) to help open your body physically and energetically so you can release tensions and worries.

The sequence of relaxing poses uses the support of bolsters, blocks and blankets and is designed to rid the body of tension and stress. Long holds (two to five minutes per posture) help you work deeper into the physical body, enabling you to lengthen and juice up your connective tissue, increasing flexibility. And as your body starts to soften and relax, you can turn your attention to the mind to see what you can let go of there too.

You don’t need to be flexible to practice yin yoga; it is perfect for beginners who can’t touch their toes as well as advanced yogis wanting to deepen their practice.

After yin we slide you into your sound bath. In addition to relaxing the body and mind, a sound bath can help balance the chakras by utilizing specific sound vibrations.

A sound bath is also believed to have these benefits:

  • Calms the nervous system
  • Balances the subtle body
  • Eases depression and anxiety
  • Boosts creativity
  • Is therapeutic for chronic pain
  • Eases insomnia
  • Deepens meditation

The mix of these practices activates the parasympathetic nervous system (the part of your nervous system that controls rest and digestion), allowing you to enter a deeply cellular state of relaxation.

Also, if you suffer from any of the following you will benefit from this class;

• Insomnia or sleep problems
• Tension headache and migraine
• Overthinking, worry, constant thought
• Stress
• High blood pressure
• Adrenal fatigue

• Fibromyalgia

SUITABLE FOR: No yoga experience required to attend this class

This class is medicine for the soul—a mix of yin yoga, Crystal sound bowls & yoga nidra.

TPY yin yoga can help you truly unwind through a combination of floor-based yoga poses (asana) to help open your body physically and energetically so you can release tensions and worries.

The sequence of relaxing poses uses the support of bolsters, blocks, and blankets and is designed to rid the body of tension and stress. Long holds (two to five minutes per posture) help you work deeper into the physical body, enabling you to lengthen and juice up your connective tissue, increasing flexibility. And as your body starts to soften and relax, you can turn your attention to the mind to see what you can let go of there too.

You don’t need to be flexible to practise yin yoga; it is perfect for beginners who can’t touch their toes, as well as advanced yogis wanting to deepen their practice.

After yin, we slide you in to your sound bath. In addition to relaxing the body and mind, a sound bath can help balance the chakras by utilizing specific sound vibrations.

A sound bath is also believed to have these benefits:

  • Calms the nervous system
  • Balances the subtle body
  • Eases depression and anxiety
  • Boosts creativity
  • Is therapeutic for chronic pain
  • Eases insomnia
  • Deepens meditation
 You will finish with a yoga nidra practice – yogic sleep (or, as Mel likes to call it, supervised adult napping). The healing practice of yoga nidra is an immensely powerful meditation technique and one of the easiest yoga practices to develop and maintain. This systematic meditation takes you through the pancha maya kosha (five layers of self), leaving you with a sense of wholeness.
  • Calms the nervous system
  • Balances the subtle body
  • Eases depression and anxiety
  • Boosts creativity
  • Is therapeutic for chronic pain
  • Eases insomnia
  • Deepens meditation

The mix of these practices activates the parasympathetic nervous system (the part of your nervous system that controls rest and digestion), allowing you to enter a deeply cellular state of relaxation.

This class offers a truly unique experience and is a great way to take off your life and rest a while.

Sound, Breath & Restore

This magical class fuses pranayama (yogic breathing) restorative yoga poses, yoga nidra (yogic sleep) and the vibration of the crystal sound bowls into one blissed out class.

The main focus of Restorative Yoga is that by relaxing in poses, with the aid of props, without strain or pain, we can achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation.

Healing practices like restorative yoga & yoga nidra help alleviate stress, depression, and anxiety by repairing and restoring the body on the deepest, cellular level.

The mix of these practices activate the parasympathetic nervous system (the part of your nervous system that controls rest and digestion), allowing you to enter a state of ultimate relaxation

SUITABLE FOR: Open to all levels from the complete beginner to the seasoned yogi.