Ther­a­peu­tics, treat­ment and care of a patient for the pur­pose of both pre­vent­ing and com­bat­ing dis­ease or alle­vi­at­ing pain or injury. The term comes from the Greek ther­a­peu­tikos, which means “inclined to serve.

Ency­clo­pe­dia Britannica


Yoga serves the greater field of heal­ing through its expan­sive health sys­tem. For thou­sands of years the yoga tech­niques have been suc­cess­fully tested. Now yoga is rec­og­nized as a respected ther­apy. Yoga focuses on increas­ing prana (qi, chi) as health is con­nected with the steady flow of this life force.

A holis­tic approach is at the core of TriYoga Ther­a­peu­tics. This includes diet (plant based), con­scious move­ment of body & breath, art of relax­ation, self-reflection, and med­i­ta­tion. Through the study of the sub­tle body with its 3 bod­ies and 5 sheaths, var­i­ous dis­ci­plines are prac­ticed to encour­age bal­ance and harmony.

Yoga that is prac­ticed sys­tem­at­i­cally is ther­a­peu­tic. In India the ancient heal­ing sys­tem is called yoga chik­itsa (heal­ing, ther­apy). In the same way, TriYoga Ther­a­peu­tics sup­ports those recov­er­ing from, or liv­ing with ill­ness or injury. There are many heal­ing modal­i­ties under the umbrella of yoga chik­itsa to tai­lor a pro­gram based on the indi­vid­ual need. TY Ther­a­peu­tics pro­vides the foun­da­tion in under­stand­ing your per­sonal needs. We often hear that many peo­ple start yoga because of an injury or body pain. Then later they say it was a bless­ing in dis­guise as it brought them to the far-reach­ing ben­e­fits of yoga that they may never have discovered.

Yogini Kaliji

Sup­ported pos­tures are held for sev­eral min­utes and longer
with rhyth­mic breath­ing and mind­ful aware­ness.
This encour­ages the con­nec­tive tis­sue (fas­cia) and mus­cle to lengthen.
Joints become more mobile and ease of move­ment returns.

The heal­ing power of prana responds to this nat­ural sur­ren­der of body.
It is where asana and yoga nidra merge. Alpha brain waves
and deeper med­i­ta­tive states are expe­ri­enced as aware­ness expands.


To relieve suf­fer­ing, the yogis pre­scribe self-enquiry. Whether it be for body or mind, under­stand­ing the cause is a ben­e­fi­cial step in heal­ing. Even when the direct cause is not real­ized, heal­ing can begin through imple­ment­ing pos­i­tive lifestyle changes. Yoga is transformational.

Yogini Kaliji


There are var­i­ous themes to choose from based on your per­sonal pref­er­ences. Asana ses­sions are indi­vid­u­al­ized to sup­port one in under­stand­ing how to mod­ify the pos­ture and/or to use the cor­rect prop sup­port to align and relax the body. Each ses­sion is relax­ing and reju­ve­nat­ing. Whether you are recov­er­ing from an injury or sim­ply want to recline and relax, TriYoga Ther­a­peu­tics is avail­able for all to attend.


Includes pos­tures or series help­ful for:

  • Stress reduc­tion
  • Chronic pain, such as back
  • Recov­ery from injury or illness
  • Injured areas, such as knee or wrist
  • Begin­ners or ath­letes who feel extra tight
  • Improv­ing flex­i­bil­ity in hips & spine
  • Increas­ing mobil­ity in joints
  • Relax­ation