Experience TriYoga. TriYoga, founded by Kali Ray, is a flowing style of yoga that connects movement, breath and focus.
TriYoga incorporates all the traditional practices of yoga with the emphasis on rhythmic breath, spinal wavelike movements, relaxation in action and economy of movement.
TriYoga allows your practice to be as gentle or as challenging as you desire.
You can progress through the levels as you increase your flexibility, strength, endurance, and knowledge of the method.
The TriYoga method is respectful of all individuals and ranges of ability.
Basics: Recommended for those new to TriYoga and for those who want to strengthen their core alignments. It is the foundation for all classes and is also a complete practice in itself. It includes five primary series and 108 postures. Bolsters, pillows and other props are used to ensure alignment and relaxation.
Levels 1 to 3: Each level includes five series that gradually introduce all the postures of that level. Level 1 is Earth, Level 2 is Water, Level 3 is Fire. One progresses to the next level based on knowledge of YogaFlow.
Free the Hips: This class focuses on hips to toes to create greater health and vitality in the pelvic region, hips, legs, feet and toes.
Free the Spine: This class emphasizes wavelike spinal movements that increase strength, flexibility, and energy in the spine as well as the chest, abdomen, shoulders, arms and hands.
Natural Alignment: Classes include an in-depth understanding of alignment, correct use of props, anatomy, and the benefits of the postures.
Prana Vidya: Prana Vidya includes pranayama (breathing sequences), dharana (concentration techniques), and dhyana (meditation). Presented systematically, these practices improves health, mental clarity and inner peace.
TriYoga Therapeutics Supported yoga postures are held for several minutes and longer with a focus on breath and mindful awareness. Deep relaxation and alpha brain waves are experienced as awareness expands. The connective tissues lengthen, joints become more mobile and ease of movement returns. Includes gentle stretching and strengthening sequences. Helpful for stress reduction, recovery from injury or illness and low-grade chronic pain. Also good for beginners, athletes or anyone who wants to increase their flexibility and relaxation. Props are used to ensure comfort and alignment.
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You can read more about this style of yoga at triyoga.com.