TY with Kaliji in Massachusetts

///TY with Kaliji in Massachusetts

The week-end of March 12-14 Kaliji offered programs at Kripalu Center in Lenox, MA. The cold weather and slippery roads did not stop the students from coming.

The classes were full with experienced TriYogis from PA, NY, MA and surrounding areas, as well as new students. Before class, Kaliji took the time to greet everyone personally with a smile and a hug.


Matarani, Brahmi, Ganga

Thanks to TriYoga Teachers who assisted Kaliji during the program: Matarani, Brahmi, Theresa, Ganga and Gita. Those in the class expressed their gratitude to Kaliji for having such a wonderful team of teachers offering such excellent alignment assistance.


Theresa


Gita

On Saturday evening many enjoyed the uplifting sound of Chant Club. After the chanting, one of the people who has been a regular at Kripalu for many years and attends many of their programs said to Kaliji “Thank you for such wonderful session! It is so rare to have such high-quality chanting!”

On Monday, Kaliji taught a class in Waltham, MA. The program was arranged by senior TriYoga teacher Brahmi, of the TriYoga Center, Boston (which has become a non-profit and is about to expand). A severe winter storm was still having its effects, and many parts of Waltham were flooded. Nonetheless, the weather did not effect the successful attendance: nearly 50 people attended, including those who drove all the way from Berkshires and New York. Kaliji opened the program with a chant, followed by inspiring talk on yoga and flow practice.

Some of the teachers from TriYoga Center, Boston (from left): Lorrie, Kyoko, and Margaret

Kaliji with Level 1 TY teacher Rebecca from Pennsylvania. Rebecca’s sister Bindu currently lives in South Africa and teaches nearly 20 classes per week, with an ever-growing TY community. The sisters are very close, and both love and feel TriYoga deeply.

Kaliji with TY teacher Kara from NY, daughter of senior teacher Tarini, and her friend Edward

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...in the flow