Welcome to my website!
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. This revolutionary method, now taught in more than 40 countries including 45 TriYoga Centers and 1300 certified 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)
Search Our Website
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.
(No classes Wed to Sat over Thanksgiving weekend.)
FALL CLASSES ongoing through Dec. 20 -- four levels, five days/week: Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat (morning &/or evening). See Class Schedule page for specific days and times.
PLEASE CONFIRM that space is available before coming to a class!
GIFT CERTIFICATES for the holidays are a wonderful idea!
SPECIAL THANKS to photographer Megan Doherty for studio photos on this website..... :)
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