Yogini Kaliji was in Munich April 24–29 for the annual programs organized by TriYoga Center Munich coordinator Beate Bleif. The weekend featured open workshops held in the large “iYoga” studio, and during the week a Level 4 intensive was taught at the TriYoga Center in central Munich.
This year, the five 3-hour workshops at iYoga included the topics TriYoga Therapeutics, Earth and Water Flows, Free the Hips, and Free the Spine.
TYC Bad Tölz coordinator Kathrin attended the weekend and brought a group from Bad Tölz, including her mother and Bad Tölz TriYoga teachers Tina and Adi Shakti, and Christina. On Saturday, Adi Shakti and Christina brought their children who flowed and remained focused throughout the class.
Level 4 was attended by teachers and students from across Germany.
Thanks to Beate for organizing the event!
Yogini Kaliji made a visit to the new TriYoga Center location in Holzkirchen. Coordinator Birgitte Wirtz has created a great TriYoga space and is teaching regularly in Holzkirchen.
Pictured with Kaliji, from left to right, are Ekaterina, Santoshi, Eva-Maria, Birgitte, and Mitra Deva. Ekaterina traveled from Italy to join both the weekend and Level 4 programs. Eva-Maria provided translation over the weekend, and along with Santoshi and John (not pictured) they provided alignment assistance with all programs. Mitra Deva offered alignment assistance during the weekend programs.
Munich has a wealth of wonderful vegan and vegetarian restaurants. The highlight was three visits to the unique and vegan “Café Katzentempel” (Café Cat Temple), where five rescued cats roam freely about the restaurant interacting with guests as they choose. The owners both had different professions until they shifted to plant-based diets and decided to change their lives in order to do more for animals.
Around the corner from Café Katzentempel is IceDate, and all-vegan ice cream shop!