The Yoga I practise is TriYoga.  TriYoga, the art and science of yogaflow®, is the dynamic, meditative trinity of asana, pranayama and mudra. Prana-inspired and systematically introduced, TriYoga unites breath and mudra with flowing and sustained postures. It has the inherent qualities of rhythmic pacing, relaxation-in-action, wavelike spinal movements and economy of motion. Students can remain with Basics (108 posture sequences) or continue to Level 1 and subsequent levels. Within each level, students develop precise natural alignment, strength, flexibility, endurance and a longer, more rhythmic breath. When the movement of body, breath and mudra harmonize, the inner flow of prana is experienced. Continued practice makes the body~mind a fit instrument for meditation and for life. Founded by internationally renowned yogini, Kaliji (Kali Ray). Taught in 40+ countries by over 1100 certified teachers with 41 TriYoga Centers.

Yogini Kaliji
Yogini Kaliji

Kaliji is inter­na­tion­ally renowned as a yogini and founder of TriYoga®. Trav­el­ing exten­sively, she has taught TriYoga on a daily basis for over 30 years. Inte­grat­ing East­ern thought and West­ern tra­di­tion, she has pre­sented 40 keynote addresses at yoga con­fer­ences and other venues world­wide, and has been fea­tured widely in the media. She was fea­tured in the book Secrets of the World’s Inspi­ra­tional Women, with pho­tos of the women in the pres­ti­gious National Por­trait Gallery in Lon­don. Kaliji’s pres­ence, her mas­tery of the flow, and the age­less wis­dom inher­ent in TriYoga have inspired and trans­formed count­less lives.

In the tra­di­tion of ancient yoga, TriYoga is guided by Kriya­vati sid­dhi (kundalini-inspired yoga) as it flows through Kaliji. She has sys­tem­atized asana (pos­ture), pranayama (breath­ing prac­tices), and dha­rana (con­cen­tra­tion tech­niques) from Basics to Level 7, and over 1000 hasta mudras (hand ges­tures) have expressed through her.

“Through applying the principles of yogaflow, one begins to feel the life-flow. Extension in all directions expands awareness. Relaxation-in-action allows one to maintain balance. Rhythm of body and breath tunes one to the inner dance. Economy of movement cultivates having only thoughts that are needed. Wavelike movements remind us to remain at peace within the pair of opposites.” – Yogini Kaliji



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