Scott Troppy

Scott Troppy began practicing yoga in 1996 as a way to deal with stress and boredom of the gym. Scott received his 200-hour certification in the PranaVayu style in 2010 with David Magone. He started taking Yin yoga with Josh Summers and decided to train in that style in 2012 and later returned for YinII Training in 2015. Scott teaches an all levels Yin class for connective tissue health (ligaments, tendons, and joints) using long held poses in a mindful environment using meditation and breath.

In addition, Scott has studied with Lama Migmar Tseten, Buddhist Chaplain of Harvard University focusing on meditation. In his full time job as an infectious disease Epidemiologist for the MA Department of Public Health he enjoys a little reading and knitting socks. All levels are welcome to his class.



Scott Troppy instructs the following:
  • Yin Yoga
  • Yin Yoga is a quiet, meditative practice that uses long-held passive poses to enhance and renew the body’s vital energy, prevent joint rigidity and immobility, and nourish the body at the cellular level. Yin aids with digestion, muscle repair, organ detoxification and emotional processing. The long held postures allow the connective tissue (ligaments, tendons, joints, and fascia) to strengthen, and with a consistent practice you will notice postural improvement, increased ease in movement and an overall balanced being. This is the perfect complimentary practice to any strength building or cardio exercise as well as an active Yang or vinyasa practice. It is also great for anyone recovering from injury or illness and pre or post -natal. Please note that this class is held at room temperature to increase the effectiveness of the practice - socks are welcome.


  • Candlelit Yin Yoga
  • Enjoy the quiet, meditative practice of Yin Yoga by soothing candle light! Yin uses long-held passive poses to enhance and renew the body’s vital energy, prevent joint rigidity and immobility, and nourish the body at the cellular level. Yin aids with digestion, muscle repair, organ detoxification and emotional processing. The long held postures allow the connective tissue (ligaments, tendons, joints, and fascia) to strengthen, and with a consistent practice you will notice postural improvement, increased ease in movement and an overall balanced being. This is the perfect complimentary practice to any strength building or cardio exercise as well as an active Yang or vinyasa practice. It is also great for anyone recovering from injury or illness and pre or post -natal. Please note that this class is held at room temperature to increase the effectiveness of the practice - socks are welcome.