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Schedule

Class Schedule and Descriptions 
Fee: Only $18 Drop-In
$116 for an Eight-Class Session (save $28 when you buy 8)
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March 7-April 29, 2017 Session
Day Time Name of Class                                                             Teacher
Mondays 1:00pm Meditation 101, Prana Vidya Kamala
Tuesdays 7:30pm Level 1 with Basic Level Modifications Rose
Thursdays 8:00am Level 1 Kamala
Thursdays 7:30pm Basic Level Kendra
Saturdays 8:30am Introduction to TriYoga Basic Level Kendra

Yes, our classes are limited in number. We offer quality over quantity. If you want to be in the hands of experienced teachers who have been studying yoga and how to teach it for years, FIND us! It is worth it.
Two Locations:
Tuesday classes will be at The Pence Gallery, 212 D Street.
Thursday and Saturday classes will be at the Davis Holistic Health Center, 1403 Fifth St, Davis, 95616

May 6 (NEW DATE) Workshop, Healthy Joints-the Shoulder will be held at Davis Holistic Health Center

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New Class 
Meditation 101 =  Basic Level Prana Vidya     
April 3 to April 24 Mondays at noon.

Learn how simple breathing practices, and focused visualization can prepare the mind for meditation. Doing the breathing and concentrating the mind is the work. Meditation is the result.
This way of preparing the mind before actually beginning the meditation is yet another gift of the TriYoga method. Join the four-week session Prana Vidya class starting Mondays at 1-2 pm, April 3 to April 24.  Registration Required. Space Limited.
Location TBD

Fee: $40 for 4-week session.

kALIJI EXPLAINS:
"How many of us spend more time designing our home than our own mind? In our home, we can move one piece of furniture here and one piece there and get things into place temporarily. There may come a time when we want to change everything and start fresh. We take everything out of the room and consciously choose what will go back into that room, so we can feel at home. But this scenario is an illusion. The room and the house are not our true home because we are not this mind. And yet this mind and this body are leading our lives. When we become interior designers of our own mind through meditation, then we can find our true home.When we meditate, we step back. It’s almost as if we’re watching someone else’s mind except we’re more familiar with the contents. Over time, we gain distance from “my thoughts,” “my experience,” and “my desires.” We become detached to the degree that we can begin to see and feel what we want to have in our minds. We can learn to rearrange and remove the “furniture” of the mind. Some people think, “I don’t have time to meditate; my life is so busy.” All of us, to some degree, can relate to that. But it’s not true because meditation gives time.
Many of us spend a lot of time dwelling on the problems that are produced by the various thoughts in the mind. Sometimes we say, “I don’t know what to do. I have so many things going on in my life that I just don’t know what to choose.”
If we take time before we start the day to step back and allow the mind to empty, then afterwards, we experience the benefits of that meditation. When we are meditating, our mind may follow a thought, so we lose the meditation. Then we realize, “Oh, I’m supposed to be meditating,” and we pull ourselves back to witnessing. Then some time passes and an interesting thought gets us again, and we pull ourselves out again. Every time we return to the witness state, it makes a print on the mind. It’s like a camera taking pictures continually. The prints start to create new grooves in the brain. The new grooves are the positive changes that allow us to step back from the mind. We start to find our mind is clearer throughout the day.
If we learn to pay attention and listen through meditation, we can discern the inner voice of the higher mind. It may be very simple like “It’s time to clean up your room,” “It’s time to complete this project,” or “It’s time to offer kindness to this person.” When we start to follow this inner voice, when we start to listen, it will more and more determine our actions. Meditation creates the quiet in the mind necessary to hear this inner voice.

When we stop to witness, we’ve opened ourselves up for something else to come through. This is the Higher Self. Let’s not let this life pass without truly diving into our source of happiness, our true self, our true home."
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Introduction to TriYoga Basics - Learn how the trinity of postures, rhythmic breathing and focus in the TriYoga practice builds strength, flexibility and releases stress.This is for those new to the method and for those who want a greater understanding of how to apply the practices daily to feel more vitality, health and happiness.

Basics - For those new to TriYoga and for those who want to strengthen their core alignments, Basics is the necessary foundation for all classes. It is also a complete practice in itself. Bolsters, pillows and other props can be used in all levels to ensure comfort and alignment.

Level 1 to 5 - Each level includes five series that gradually progress to teach all the postures of that level. Beginning with Basics, each level is a prerequisite for the next level. Currently Levels Basics through Level 2 classes are available.

Mixed-Level - Though each level (B-5) includes five series that gradually progress to teach all the postures of that level, this class offers flows from Basics through Level 2. A knowledge of Level 1 is recommended. In the systemization of each level and series the student prepares for the next as flexibility, strength, endurance, and knowledge of the flows increase.  In the mixed level class Kamala will give options of sequences for Levels 1 and 2. A Natural Alignment component will be added for an in-depth understanding of alignment, correct use of props, and the benefits of the postures.

TriYoga for Runners and Others - Focus on postures that free the hips, bring flexibility to quads and posterior thighs to protect the spine, the knees, ankles and feet. Increase core strength to support running. Regular practice improves balance and improves lung capacity through yogic breathing practices. Feel relaxation in action. 


Pranayama, Mudra and Meditation, known in our lineage as Prana Vidya 
The knowledge of life-energy, Prana Vidya includes the trinity of breathing sequences, concentration techniques and meditation. Presented systematically, these practices develop better health, mental clarity and inner peace.

Chair Yoga - NOT JUST FOR SENIORS!  Take a seat and use simple movements to stretch your body from head to toes.  You don’t need to be a senior to benefit from this class! Those who want to improve their flexibility and those recovering from illness, injury or surgery---and people wanting to increase their strength in a systematized and safe way will benefit.

Yoga for Golf- Increase flexibility, balance, strength and concentration to improve your game. Refine your posture, maintain relaxation in action and remain in the present moment.

TriYoga Summer Camp (July) - Feel the changes  in your body, mind and spirit during a week-long program that offers you a yoga practice or sadhana five days in a row! This complete TriYoga practice will include postures, deep relaxation, breathing practices, control of senses, concentration and meditation and more.

Immersion Program- For those who wish to deepen their understanding of the TriYoga Flows and for those who want to teach TriYoga. This program includes Basic and Level 1 flows, TriYoga principles, guided deep relaxation, yogic breathing, focus (mudra), meditation, kirtan, intro to Sanskrit language, partner stretch, excerpts from the Indian Epic Ramayana and more. Guest contributors will provide lessons on vedic chanting, conversational sanskrit, discussion of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras and a visit from another TriYoga instructor.  Includes one additional complementary TriYoga class per week. Great value!

Pre-Natal -A Yoga practice teaches one to listen deeply to the body’s intuitive wisdom. Prenatal practices place emphasis on a meditative mind so that body and breath awareness increases. Each session includes traditional yoga postures with a special focus on the needs of the pregnant woman. Gentle breathing practices, guided deep relaxation, concentration techniques and meditation make a complete practice. These healing and balancing techniques relax the body and mind, allowing the experience of relaxation-in-action, which in turn gives support for pain management, prenatal bonding and the tools to work within one’s capacity.

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