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TriYoga is the art and science of yogaflow®--the kriyavati-inspired trinity flow of asana, pranayama and mudra founded by world-renowned yogini Kali Ray. Her method, now taught in more than 40 countries including 41 TriYoga Centers and 1200 teachers world-wide, is a systematic approach to postures and breathing practices that emphasizes spinal flows and precise body alignment. TriYoga instruction aims to provide students with a variety of benefits; among them (with regular practice)
If you are new to this classic method, please come to experience TriYoga for yourself.
- increased flexibility
- increased strength
- better posture
- more energy & better health
- improved concentration
- a calm, balanced mind
If you are familiar with TriYoga, please help spread the word--by sharing your experience with friends and associates!
In the flow,
Maretta Jeuland, E-RYT 200
Certified TriYoga Instructor
"Come to the waters of yoga and drink from its nectar--whether it be
asanas, pranayama, mudra, mantra, philosophy, self-inquiry, satsang,
meditation or all of the above. These practices will increase and direct
the life force, prana, to bring about the union of body, mind and
spirit." ~ Kali Ray (Kaliji)
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Map & Directions
Need a map and/or directions to our location? Check out our interactive map to ensure you arrive safe and on time for your yoga class.
WINTER CLASSES -- four levels, five days/week: Tues to Sat (morning &/or evening). See Class Schedule page for specific class times.
PLEASE CONFIRM that space is available before coming to a class!
NEW possibility: "community" classes with teacher trainee, donation basis. Coming soon.
GIFT CERTIFICATES for special occasions are a wonderful idea!
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Your vision will become clear only when you can look into
your heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakens. ~ Carl
We are not human beings on a spiritual journey, but
spiritual beings on a human journey. ~ Chardin