The Munich programs concluded with workshops during the weekend of April 24-26, held at the IYoga School and organized by TriYoga teacher and TriYoga Center owner Beate Bleif. Kaliji’s programs focused on Basics–Level 2 Flows and pranayama, mudra vidya, chanting, and jnana.
Scenes from the workshops
Group photo of all the TriYoga teachers attending the programs.
Kaliji with (from left to right) students Anita and Dora, and TriYoga teacher Renate (Anita’s daughter). Renate also attended the entire Level 3 Teacher Training in Munich.
Kaliji with new TriYoga student Uschi Ostermeier-Sitkowski.
Kaliji with TriYoga teacher Susanne Birk. Susanne is also a wonderful knitter, and created hand warmers for Kaliji that don’t interfere with mudras.
Kaliji with student Katja Kellner.
On the final night in Munich, Kaliji and assistants had dinner at the delicious vegan restaurant Zay Vegetarisch. The owners of the restaurant gifted Kaliji with a t-shirt that promotes the vegetarian diet.
Some of the other wonderful vegetarian/vegan restaurants they visited were ~
Hackenstrasse 2, Munich, Germany
Completely vegetarian, but with a limited vegan selection.
Klenzestr. 53 (80469) (at at near GÃ¤rtnerplatz), Munich, Germany
Completely vegan cafe and tea house. Small and cozy, with a very friendly staff. Reasonable prices and delicious food!
Thomas-Wimmer-Ring 16 (80538) (at next to S-Bahn), Munich, Germany
Completely vegetarian, with many vegan options. Very friendly owner will happily provide vegan alternatives whenever possible.
Occamstr.13 (80802) (at near Muenchener Freiheit), Munich, Germany
Completely vegan restaurant offering a wide variety of asian dishes and salads. Friendly and accommodating owners.