Q Could You please tell us the essentials about the origin (Kriyavati) and evolution of TriYoga Without knowing about kriyavati or spontaneous hatha yoga guided by kundalini, I began to experience this on January 5, 1980. To the present day these experiences continue to emerge, guiding the evolution of TriYoga. The flow of mudra, pranayama,.. read more →

by TY Teacher Mantrini Jaya Guru Devi I remember once hearing Kaliji say that TriYoga Basics was a complete yoga practice. I remember something about the fact that by practicing Basics’ five systematized series, 108 postures, 20 mudras, 16 turns, 5 pranayama techniques, yoga nidra, concentration and meditation, I would have a lifetime’s worth of.. read more →

TY Teacher Gina Kray, RN, BSN, has been teaching TriYoga to Veteran’s Affairs (VA) patients in Oceanside (San Diego, CA) for over 6 months. “The classes are still ongoing and the patients love them. All of them have health challenges including diabetes, congestive heart failure, obesity, chronic pain, high blood pressure, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) to.. read more →

Kids, who practice TriYoga with Mitradevi (Berlin, Germany), sing Happy Birthday to Kaliji April 11, 2013 [socialpop /] read more →

Beate Lassalle


Home Base:  Rhein-Main, Germany Q: How did you begin to practice TriYoga? A: I had my first yoga experience in 1999. I joined a hatha yoga class in a fitness studio – but it was kind of frustrating because I was so stiff that I was not able to do many of the asanas. And.. read more →



Christine Ware, PhD. Home Base: Havertown, PA Founder of TriYoga Center of Philadelphia, a practicing psychologist and a mom of three.   Q: How did TriYoga become part of your life? A: Since my childhood, I have been drawn to dance and practiced it regularly ever since I was in school. When I was in college.. read more →