TriYoga Asana ExtendedMountain

TriYoga Art & Sci­ence of Yogaflow®

The inspi­ra­tion and guid­ance for TriYoga comes from Yogini Kaliji’s direct ongo­ing expe­ri­ence of kriya­vati sid­dhi, kun­dalini energy man­i­fest­ing as hatha yoga. The inher­ent char­ac­ter­is­tics of this expres­sion, such as smooth rhyth­mi­cal breath, spinal waves, relaxation-in-action, and econ­omy of move­ment, result in a seam­less flow ~ the uni­fi­ca­tion of pranayama and mudra with dynamic and sus­tained asana to cre­ate greater flow of prana. TriYoga sequences have been sys­tem­atized from Basics to Level 7 into a com­pre­hen­sive method. Ulti­mately, TriYoga is merg­ing with the inner flow, uni­ver­sal energy.


TriYoga Prana Vidya

Prana Vidya

The knowl­edge of life-energy, TriYoga Prana Vidya includes the trin­ity of breath­ing sequences, con­cen­tra­tion tech­niques and med­i­ta­tion. Pre­sented sys­tem­at­i­cally, these prac­tices develop bet­ter health, men­tal clar­ity and inner peace.


TriYoga Devi Mudra artwork


1008 Hasta mudras to assist in health, con­cen­tra­tion and meditation.

From ancient times, there have been ref­er­ences to mudra both in lit­er­ary and vision­ary form. Nearly lost, the art and sci­ence of mudra has only recently re-emerged. One can dive deeply into mudra vidya with over 1000 Devi Mudras that have come forth, expressed through Kaliji, from the flow of kun­dalini energy. From sim­ple to com­plex, flow­ing one into the next or sus­tained, hasta mudras facil­i­tate heal­ing and med­i­ta­tion. These mys­ti­cal hand ges­tures directly influ­ence the flow of prana for health, men­tal focus, and deeper spir­i­tual awareness.