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Tri Yoga, the art and science of yogaflow®, is the dynamic, meditative trinity of asana, pranayama and mudra. Prana-inspired and systematically introduced, Tri Yoga unites breath and mudra with flowing and sustained postures. It has the inherent qualities of rhythmic pacing, relaxation-in-action, wavelike spinal movements and economy of motion. Students can remain with Basics (108 posture sequences) or continue to Level 1 and subsequent levels. Within each level, students develop precise natural alignment, strength, flexibility, endurance and a longer, more rhythmic breath. When the movement of body, breath and mudra harmonize, the inner flow of prana is experienced. Continued practice makes the body~mind a fit instrument for meditation and for life. Founded by internationally renowned yogini, Kaliji (Kali Ray). Taught in 40+ countries by over 1800 certified teachers with 66 Tri Yoga Centers and Communities.Type your paragraph here.

TriYoga Art & Science of Yogaflow®

The inspiration and guidance for TriYoga comes from Yogini Kaliji’s direct ongoing experience of kriyavati siddhi, kundalini energy manifesting as hatha yoga. The inherent characteristics of this expression, such as smooth rhythmical breath, spinal waves, relaxation-in-action, and economy of movement, result in a seamless flow ~ the unification of pranayama and mudra with dynamic and sustained asana to create greater flow of prana. TriYoga sequences have been systematized from Basics to Level 7 into a comprehensive method. Ultimately, TriYoga is merging with the inner flow, universal energy.

Prana Vidya

The knowledge of life-energy, TriYoga Prana Vidya includes the trinity of breathing sequences, concentration techniques and meditation. Presented systematically, these practices develop better health, mental clarity and inner peace.


1008 Hasta mudras to assist in health, concentration and meditation.

From ancient times, there have been references to mudra both in literary and visionary form. Nearly lost, the art and science of mudra has only recently re-emerged. One can dive deeply into mudra vidya with over 1000 Devi Mudras that have come forth, expressed through Kaliji, from the flow of kundalini energy. From simple to complex, flowing one into the next or sustained, hasta mudras facilitate healing and meditation. These mystical hand gestures directly influence the flow of prana for health, mental focus, and deeper spiritual awareness.