Tryambaka translates as ‘the one who has three eyes’ or the ‘three eyed Lord.’ Tryambaka is
another name for Lord Shiva, the father and founder of yoga. Shiva is the representation of
flawless meditation and spirituality.
Tryambaka Yoga School honours the tradition and history of yoga and qualifies its teachers to
the highest regulatory standard. With its core faculty teachers sharing knowledge from the
traditions of yoga philosophy, and the practical craft of teaching a yoga class being informed by
the science of movement biomechanics and kinesiology.
Tryambaka Yoga School 200hr Teacher Training Modules:
● Yoga Philosophy
● Teaching Methodology
● Meditation Practice & Theory
● Pranayama Practice & Theory
● Applied Anatomy & Physiology
● Asana Practice – Hatha, Vinyasa & Yin Yoga
● Asana Lab – Fundamentals / Adjustments / Assists / Injury Modifications
● Handstand Fundamentals
● Online Preparatory Classes
● Business Ethics
Since Tapovan’s teenage years, he was fascinated by the supernatural. He knew there was
much more to life than what meets the eye. He was eager to find out what lies beyond our
ordinary perception so he started inquiring into the nature of our existence through yoga and
meditation. This quest eventually led him to India where he studied with his gurus and
enlightened masters for several years absorbing their infinite wisdom and compassion.
They kindled the smouldering fire within him which became a burning desire to know and to
experience. He realised that he needed to fully dedicate his life to the path of self-discovery and
help others also to reconnect with their own inner bliss and freedom. Intellectual knowledge is
always limited regardless of how much you know but inner wisdom has an infinite nature, it is
boundless. It is the knowledge worth attaining because once you FULLY “know thyself” you
know the entire of Creation.
Davin, or Dav as he usually goes by, has led workshops, retreats and yoga teacher trainings
globally. His passion for sharing the teaching of yoga comes from the guidance he received
early on in his yoga practice which has given him direction in his life to this day.
Dav believes that the art of teaching yoga is a skill, to which through practice you will become more proficient at. Davin wishes to impart his experience of over 9,000 hours of teaching to practitioners that are wanting to take the next step into the commitment of becoming a yoga teacher.
Dav’s teaching style is lighthearted and joyful. His classes are informed from an anatomical and
kinesiology approach with his classes being often challenging yet accessible.
Dav’s self-practice includes spending a lot of his time on his hands, in either an inversion or a hand-balance, to which these postures often find their way into his class sequences.
Salma Othman / OHM
Salma Othman is an interdisciplinary worker of yoga, energetics, bodywork, and integrated
somatic trauma therapeutics. A benevolent investigator with a Jungian curiosity, Salma’s personal journey has and will continue to be a dance within dualities. Based from a culmination of esoteric Taoist and
Buddhist practices, Shamanic therapeutics, Bodywork, Reiki, Psychomagick, Tarot, and teachings of the Munay Ki, the PsychoSomatic understanding is a baseline thread throughout her work and practices; allowing an integrated trauma informed approach to healing the mind, body, and Spirit.
Salma regularly runs circles, workshops, trainings, and somatic trauma therapy 1-1’s for her business OHM ILLUMINATED, a hub for alternative healing modalities. When teaching Asana, Salma pulls from different schools and lineages with an awareness to allow accessibility and curiosity into every person’s personal practice. Instilling autonomy and establishing higher levels of self awareness, or proprioception, is a key theme in her classes. Penduluming play and presence. Salma’s value is in creating a space wherein one can feel at ease with unpacking their tensions, from psycho, to soma.
She co-hosts international yoga retreats with Dav Jones Yoga, and together have co-created The Moksha Method: An approach to personal practice that’s been weaved into retreats recently held in Sicily, Italy, and Wales, UK.