TriYoga Flows (Prasara), a com­plete hatha yoga method, is the union of posture, breath and focus - or asana, pranayama and mudra.

TriYoga Prasara

 

TriYoga fun­da­men­tals include relaxation-in-action, wave-like spinal move­ments and econ­omy of motion. With the sys­tem­atic approach, stu­dents can remain with Basics or progress to sub­se­quent lev­els. Within each level, stu­dents increase their knowl­edge of pos­ture and flow, as well as strength, flex­i­bil­ity, endurance and breath con­trol. Through sus­tained aware­ness on all aspects of the prac­tice, the move­ment of body, breath and mudra har­mo­nize and the inner flow nat­u­rally emerges.


Ori­gin of the TriYoga Flows

In the tra­di­tion of ancient yoga, the ori­gin and con­tin­u­ing devel­op­ment of TriYoga is guided by kriya­vati sid­dhi as expressed through Kaliji. With this inspi­ra­tion, she has fully sys­tem­atized hatha yoga asana, pranayama, and dha­rana, from Basics to Level 7, estab­lish­ing the com­pre­hen­sive TriYoga method.

 

TriYoga Prasara