non postural classes
Yoga doesn’t have to be a physical practice; you might sit still and simply breathe. You won’t practise any asanas (postures) in these classes. Instead, you’ll turn inward and explore what’s inside through practices like devotional singing, meditation and breath work.
Chanting is one of the main practices of yoga. Alongside classic Indian instruments like the the harmonium and drum, the Kiratan leader sings Sanskrit mantras and you repeat them, in a stilling of the mind and an opening of the heart. It’s simply beautiful. Open to all levels of practitioners, from complete beginners to the more experienced. View all kirtan classes
Meditation + Mindfulness
Meditation is the process of turning your attention inward with one-pointed focus, bringing about a sense of peace and self-acceptance. The meditation and mindfulness teachers at triyoga will have a range of influences from Buddhist to non-secular, and they will each possess their own approach to teaching this class. Open to all levels, from complete beginners to more experienced students. View all meditation and mindfulness classes
Pranayama is the fourth limb of Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga and is the bridge that connects dhyana (meditation) with asana and the limbs of ethical conduct. An intelligent, mindful and steady asana practice provides a strong body and stable nervous system; both are required to manage the tremendous energy that focusing on and controlling our breathing generates. Level 1-2 and level 2 invitation only classes available. View all pranayama classes