Our why, a note from BTY Founder; Tristan Rose.
“Our practice was born out of the need for adaptation…
To achieve a different result, you need a different approach.
Searching for alternatives to compliment training/recovery for physical restrictions and limitations, stress management, and peak performance, our approach needed to change, along with the way in which we did it.
We understand the VES community, because we come from it. We understand the target audience, and the process, as we have and do live it.
With direct respect and knowledge of the jobs, we are fully aware of the need of performance, but also the ability to decompress from their roles.
Educating members on how to not only add more tools, but facilitating a practice that they can experience the direct impact and benefits from doing so.
Conventional yoga and meditation, has its place, so does our approach. We empower the member with our approach, not foster a victim mindset.“
– Tristan Rose
To contact Tristan directly, head to; www.tristanrose.com.au
Vision & mission.
Whether you have injuries, want to improve range of motion, looking for effective stress relief, learn new techniques, or practice in a non-judgmental space, we’ve got you covered.
We continue to achieve the following;
- Educate members on the appropriate application of the practice for the individual;
- Provide useful tools that all members can benefit from, regardless of mobility, restrictions and limitations.
- Set the framework to build upon an individual’s Mindset, personal Growth and overall Well Being.
- All techniques are adapted and built upon in time.
Our mission is to provide Functional Recovery to members of the VES community. We achieve this by holding closed, open, and private classes/events to these members in various locations and countries.
We cut through the teachings of; yoga, meditation, movement, myofascial release work, and meditation, without the conventional and dogmatic yoga approach found in studios.
There is a misconception of the practice of yoga. You come to this practice not to learn how to stand on your head, but get it out of your arse. This is a practice, not a lifestyle.
What to expect.
No BS. There’s already enough of it out there, we don’t want to add to it. If you’re a bit too sensitive to hear that, we’re not for you. We’re not a support group that you go to, to unload your shit on, there are professionals for that. We’re here to educate you on tools to benefit your body and mind, and what’s important; like moving forward with your life.
If you think, you will come to a class and some mung bean will be chanting in leggings and sipping a chai latte, you won’t find it here.
We’re laid back, experienced, educated, piss takers, and non-pretentious.
We guide and encourage every student to respect where they are at, their body type, injury history, mobility and skeletal variation.
Through our select styles of yoga and meditation we aim to support members that may be experiencing;
- Chronic pain;
- Fatigue; and
- Learning how to switch off.
However, this is not only for those experiencing any of the above symptoms; our approach has amazing benefits for all, particularly for athletes who are in peak physical condition, as a decompression from their regular training regime.
It must also be noted, that this practice is adaptive for all ages and practicing levels – for each and every individual student. We guide and encourage every student to respect their body type, injury history, mobility, and skeletal variation.
Check out the video to see some personal experiences.
Our styles.- Practices & benefits.
Yin Yoga targets the fascia / connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, even the joints of the body, that are not commonly exercised in more active styles of yoga; generally of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine
This yoga is suitable for all practicing levels of students, with Yin Yoga being a great complement to the dynamic and muscular (Yang) styles of Yoga available; and other physical training that emphasise internal heat and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles.
This more passive style of Yoga can be quite challenging due to the long duration the poses are held for; spending time in the poses from anywhere between three to twenty minutes. Yin and Yang tissues respond quite differently to being exercised; you need to experience this to really know what Yin Yoga is all about. After you have experienced it, even just once, you will realise that this practice is excellent to balance all levels of physical and mental exercise.
For more information on Yin Yoga, please go to www.yinyoga.com
Yoga Nidra (or, yogic sleep) is a state of consciousness between waking and sleep. It is a state in which the body is completely relaxed, and by following a set of verbal instructions the practitioner becomes systematically and increasingly aware of their inner world.
Yoga Nidra is among the deepest possible states of relaxation while still maintaining full consciousness. This state of consciousness, is different from meditation, in which concentration on a single focus is required. In Yoga Nidra the practitioner remains in a state of light Pratyahara (withdrawal of the senses), with four of his or her senses internalised and withdrawn; only the sense of hearing connect you to the teacher – in a world of information overload, the Yoga practice of Pratyahara offers us a haven of silence.
The goal of Yoga Nidra is a state called Samadhi (state of intense concentration); this practice of relaxation has been found to reduce tension and anxiety. The autonomic symptoms of high anxiety such as headache, giddiness, chest pain, palpitations, sweating and abdominal pain respond well. This practice has been used to help soldiers cope with PTSD.
Include, but not limited to:
- Improved flexibility;
- Protection from injury;
- Improved respiration, energy and vitality;
- Improved athletic performance;
- Maintaining a balanced metabolism;
- Improved quality of sleep;
- Increased muscle strength and tone; and
- Reduced chronic pain.
Include, but not limited to:
- Assisting a range of mental health conditions;
- Stress reduction;
- Improved sleep;
- Resilience; and
- Overall mental well-being.