We all know there are endless things to do and outdoor events in the summer. At triyoga, we invite you to come back to the studio with these three ways to make the most of your practice and, ultimately, to have your best summer yet.
1. commit to your practice
The long, lazy summer days are upon us, and it can be very enjoyable to relax in the park with a punnet of strawberries and glass of tipple. Life is for relaxing. And yet yoga philosophy reminds us that discipline is also a worthy pursuit in life – tapas, as outlined in the Yoga Sutras, is the practice of discipline and commitment. Tapas derives from the root Sanskrit “tap,” or to “make hot” and “give out heat.” In ancient India, heated effort could result in the knowledge of ultimate reality.
Commit to your practice with our 5 or 10 class passes on offer, on sale until the 15th August.
2. try something new
We are proud to offer a variety of styles and disciplines at triyoga through our regular classes as well as our courses and workshops. Below, we share a few of our summer specials where you can try something new that complements – or builds upon – your existing practice:
beginners qigong: a 4 week course (20% off summer special)
with Joo Teoh from 21st July in Camden
On this beginners qigong course, you will learn the basic static and moving postures to generate the flow of energy which, with regular practice, brings emotional balance, physical strength and spiritual connectedness. It will help you sleep better, it will make you stronger, it will help you move through daily life feeling more present, open and grounded.
beginners ashtanga: a 4 week course (20% off summer special)
with Sophie Peach from 27th July in Soho.
Yoga is a dynamic and physically challenging style of yoga, whereby each movement is synchronised with the breath, and a set series of poses are linked in a constant flow. This creates a detoxifying heat, and the consistency of this practice allows you to quickly improve your upper and lower body strength, flexibility and balance. If you love routine, discipline and working hard, this is a style of yoga suited to you.
Barre at triyoga is a fun, challenging and intelligent practice which blends the movement and technique of Ballet with the precision of Pilates and the stretch of yoga. Each class delivers an energising and effective work out for the entire body, helping build alignment, whilst strengthening the core and toning muscles. No previous ballet experience necessary.
Barre classes are on offer until the 15th August.
private and group pilates + gyrotonic sessions
Pilates exercises the whole body through a range of mat and equipment based exercises, re-balancing muscle use throughout the entire musculoskeletal system. The exercises build the body’s core strength and improve posture through a series of low repetition, low impact stretching and conditioning exercises, which develop muscles without adding bulk – a great complement to your yoga practice!
Additionally, the GYROTONIC® method is a movement modality that contains similar elements to those found in yoga, but it is not derived from yoga. What makes it different from yoga is that it is less linear and more 3 dimensional, with a greater emphasis on spiralling and twisting. It is another great alternative to mix up your fitness schedule when you are looking for diversity and to try something new.
Pilates and Gyrotonic private, semi-private and group sessions are on offer as part of our summer specials.
3. treat yourself
When your practice starts to take a toll on your body or if you find you need more support with resetting and restoring, treat yourself to 25% off your first treatments appointment with selected therapists. From the various types of massage on offer to more unique and specialty treatments like sound therapy and craniosacral therapy, there is something for all in the triyoga treatments rooms in Camden, Chelsea and Soho.
triyoga’s summer specials include offers on class passes, courses, treatments and more.