After her trip to Europe Kaliji shared a weekend program at TriYoga Boston (MA) ~ Oct 25–27.
TY Boston, a non-profit organization, focuses on therapeutic TY programs and helps people
with various health conditions.
Classes included different levels of Yogaflow, as well as TriYoga Therapeutics and Prana Vidya.
Each flow is accompanied by Kaliji sharing yoga wisdom, always with a touch of her unique humor.
Dr. G shared medical research supporting benefits of the TY lifestyle.
TY teachers Jyoti and Lorrie offered demonstration; Brahmi and Ganga alignment assistance.
The program was organized by TYC director and senior-level teacher Brahmi.
Lorrie is one of the board members, a registered nurse and teaches a few specialty classes.
Ruth, a local TY teacher, and her mom Hannah Landsman, are regulars at TY Boston events.
Mrs. Landsman is 92 years old, yet she often inspired youngsters to keep on flowing.
Chodi, a TYTT intern from China, came to the area to study and was thrilled to discover
that Kaliji was teaching a workshop.
Dr. Chokshi, who implements yoga practices in her holistic clinical in FL,
attended the whole program.
On Saturday evening Brahmi and her husband Ira hosted a vegan potluck.
On Sunday evening, Ira (an outstanding artist) and Brahmi taught Kaliji how to carve a Halloween pumpkin.