Yogini Kaliji traveled to Munich, Germany from April 16–19 for a program of Level 4 immersion, Basics–Level 2 workshops and Q&A jnana flow. TriYoga Flow-ers attended from Germany, Austria, China, Croatia, Korea, Israel, Italy, Russia, and Switzerland.
Each day featured eight hours of class with Kaliji, divided into five-hour and three-hour workshops. Overall, Kaliji taught 14 hours of Basics—Level 2, 15 hours of Level 4, and three hours of Q&A jnana flow.
The youngest TriYoga teacher, Sophie-Christine (12) from Bad Tölz, joined the program with her mother (and TY teacher) Tina and brother Johannes
TriYoga interpreters/translators, from left to right: Kiki (Chinese), Jina (Korean) and Ganga (Russian). Jina interviewed Kaliji for an academic paper and book she is writing on Indian philosophy.
The Munich program was organized by senior-level TY teacher trainer Johanna from TYC Allershausen.
The group enjoyed an evening meal with Kaliji at Max Pett.