Zephyr Wildman

Integrated Vinyasa + Meditation

Integrated Vinyasa

The foundation of Zephyr’s teaching is built upon an extensive study of Yoga anatomy and physiology to Asana, laying the groundwork for students to be lead into a contemplative path inwards. This approach to Vinyasa provides a wholistic and practical weaving of Asana, Pranayama, Mudras, Kriyas, Mantras and more, to deepen the student’s experience in finding their own path to the state of Yoga. Her Integrated Vinyasa classes are inspired by Yoga Philosophy, Psychology and creative sequencing.


The principles of Sthira/Stability and Sukham/Ease, inspire the physical practice, emphasising strength over flexibility or gymnastic feats.


No music is usually played, so that the student can practice the more subtle aspects of practice.


Suitable for all levels and abilities who can do Vinyasa. There are modifications, props and minimal adjustments offered.


Zephyr uses different Meditation and Pranayama techniques from Hatha Yoga, Tantra Yoga, Mindfulness and Insight Meditation practices. Weaving Yogic Philosophy and Psychology to provide more meaning and purpose to practice.


Meditation is not absence of thought, but rather a presence of awareness. Guided meditation is one way to meditate which trains the mind to focus and be lead deeper in the ability to attain a state of consciousness that is totally different from the normal waking state.


It is the experience of inner stillness, the mind is silent and is no longer distracted by you. You are free, joyous to be fully awake and present in the here and now, profoundly calm and still.


No music is played in this class.


Suitable for all levels.


  • Teaching Yoga since 2002 and I started seriously practicing in 1998
  • 200 Hr Yogacampus Teacher Training 2005
  • Over 25,000 teacher training hours and continued my studies on in-depth trainings with Doug Keller, Richard Freeman, Mary Tyler, Tara Brach, Jack Kornfield, Christopher Wallis, Pema Chodren, Robert Svoboda, David Frawley, Tias Little, Shiva Rea, Para Yoga, the Himalayan Institute and more.
  • I believe, to be a great Yoga teacher for the community, you have to be an amazing student of Yoga.