Tristan Rose

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My yoga journey started with injuries sustained through Military service. My classes are comprised of longer holds, with invitational language to explore what is happening in the students body and mind. I specialise in Yin, Yoga Nidra, and Meditation.

Teaching & Certification

  • Paul Grilley (continuous), Bernie Clark, Kamini Desai, iRest, Various meditation institutions, Jill Miller, and Vetoga to name a few.

Teaching Style

  • Adjustments/Assists: As the founder of Blind Tiger Yoga, most of my assists will be verbally and via demonstration, only rarely will I physically assist someone, due to the large number of Military, Veterans and First Responders in my classes.

  • Theming: Anatomy & Physiology, Western & Eastern Science/Medicine, Philosophy, Mindfulness & Humour.

  • Sequencing: Repetition with variation.

  • Music: Ambient music.

On & Off the Mat With: Tristan Rose

As a yoga teacher, what inspires and motivates your teaching?

Seeing people of all different body types, various degrees of skeletal variation, physical and mental limitations, finding what works for them, through exploration of their own body and mind.

How has your own yoga practice evolved since becoming a teacher?

Observing regular humans practicing the healing arts not just textbook "yogis."

Do you have any yoga teachers that you admire and/or look up to? Who are they?

My teachers Paul & Suzee Grilley, Bernie Clark, Jo Phee, Joe Barnett, Marcel Van De Vis, John Vosler, and various authors.

For those of us that haven't practiced with you before, what can we expect from your classes?

Longer holds, with invitational language to explore what is happening in the students body and mind.

What type of class could you teach all day, everyday and why?

Mindfulness across all disciplines. Why? Because it can be applied in all situations.

Do you practice any other form of movement or fitness besides yoga? If so, what kind?

BJJ, Strength and conditioning training, free-diving.

What's your go-to spot in Melbourne to get inspired?

Beginners classes. People generally have less ego, they are more open to be with the new experiences and to always have that beginners mind.

And lastly because it's fun, what's your spirit animal?

Sloth/Turtle.

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