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"We must remember we are not the waves of the mind, but the vastness of the ocean." Yogini Kaliji
"We must remember we are not the waves of the mind, but the vastness of the ocean." Yogini Kaliji
We flowed online through the pandemic together. Many told us it was a lifeline. But where do we go from here? When would we consider going back to in-person (or hybrid) classes? There are many different views. We need to hear yours. Please register.
We offer online classes for all levels, free or by donation breathing and meditation classes and Yoga Nidra classes (guided meditations). New students introductory pass - 5 classes for $25. One free month for essential workers.
The goals of yoga therapy include eliminating, reducing, or managing symptoms that cause suffering and moving toward improved health and wellbeing. This is a private session that will focus on your goals.
200 Hour Basics Teacher Training, 300 Hour Level 1 and 2 TriYoga Training, Therapeutic Yoga training and Continuing Education.
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I am grateful for the healing, depth, and richness TriYoga has given me. TriYoga has been a central part of my life and the source of peace and connection with my inner wisdom, with the ocean of pure consciousness. It’s been a place where I’d come to seek tranquility and direction in the midst of life’s greatest challenges. It felt like coming home to myself. Thank you for opening the doors leading home. Thank you for being the spirit of the center and thank you to all teachers for their presence and commitment.I’ll look forward to seeing you online!
I started TriYoga in 2004 and since then it’s been an integral part of my life, always accompanying and supporting me through all sorts of changes and times. I can definitely say that my lift would be at a very different place today had I not had the chance to discover and get trained in this so complete, centering and naturally healing yoga style, and I feel very grateful for that.
As the perfect complement to all this, I have to also mention the great community of TriYogis build through the years, always welcoming, always so supportive and which became part of my family during the years I spent in the Boston area.
Roser (Barcelona, Spain)
Becoming a virtual member of TriYoga Boston has been life-changing. After three months of classes on Zoom, my back pain has melted away while I’ve been safe at home. No visits to the chiropractor or physical therapist needed! I am amazed.
TriYoga was invigorating, relaxing, peaceful and joyful. The purpose of the class was not to tie yourself int a knot and be the best with the most perfect position. The purpose of the class was to relax and fine inner peace. And after gentle stretches so thoroughly explained by the instructor, one could do the class with eyes closed and do deep breathing and literally go to another plateau of the mind I had never found before.
Discovering TriYoga has made a world of difference in my physical well being which of course positively impacts the rest of me. Had unexplained leg pain as well as back issues. It’s been almost 2 years now and once a week yoga has healed those problems. I considered an allopathic route and shudder now think what havoc that would have meant for my body.I am so grateful.
Have been going to TriYoga Boston for nearly 5 years and I can genuinely say it has changed my life. Physical therapy had done what it would to return mobility to an arm broken near the shoulder; TriYoga stretching and exercises have completed the rehabilitation. Hip and joint problems are a thing of the past. The instructors are patient and thorough and attentive and the entire practice is well run in a very inviting setting. I’ve tried other yoga studios and this is by far the most appropriate one for me.
I absolutely love TriYoga Boston. There are beginning to advanced level classes so if you have never tried yoga just start with the Basics class. I started with the Yoga Basics class and now do Level 1 and Level 2 yoga classes. There is also Level 3 Yoga class that I have not attempted yet. The class levels are designed to systematically build on one another so EVERYONE progresses in a safe way.
If you are looking for yoga classes, weekend workshops, teaching training, and/or a great yoga COMMUNITY TriYoga Boston is the place to go!
My experience at Tri Yoga was and is pure bliss! This is it, this is the place to be for Yoga. It is a peaceful, beautiful and welcoming space to practice Yoga. Classes can also be challenging, they have it all. The teachers are smiling, ready willing and able to teach proper body allienment...thank you! They are also mindful to teach modifications as needed.
So peaceful, beautiful, mindful, challenging, bliss....this is the place I have been looking for for three years!!!. Thank you TriYoga for being here!
I love Triyoga Boston. A friend and I were looking for a way to get some exercise together after work, and decided to try it out.
It's become the highlight of my week! It's helped my back trouble tremendously, made me more flexible, and the deep relaxation at the end is very rejuvenating.
And the teachers are very accomodating, finding ways to help those of us who are less nimble. In the other yoga place I went, I felt like a rhino amongst gazelles - here, they have a variety of classes at different levels with people of all ages and body types. Try them out!
Very centering and relaxing. Miraculously good for the back and strengthening.
Triyoga has a great selection of class levels and professional teachers that focus on techniques and experiencing the best yoga for you I like to attend the Monday class with Joanne after a weekend hiking or jogging. It gets me prepared for the week and reduces the stress of my business.
I love TriYoga; the teachers are really dedicated to ensuring that the classes are tailored to the students' needs. It's an excellent studio, and I highly recommend it, especially if you are looking for a friendly but still challenging experience.
Whether you are new to the practice of yoga or are seeking a more challenging yoga practice, you should definitely check out TriYoga Boston (located in Waltham, MA). I highly recommend TriYoga; it is a lovely studio with a warm and welcoming environment. I have taken several of the classes offered at TriYoga, and I have consistently been impressed by the individual attention offered by the instructors at TriYoga. The class sizes are relatively small compared to classes at other yoga studios I've been to, and the instructors are willing to provide suggestions and individual instruction/assistance with different yoga poses.
TriYoga offers various levels of yoga classes, and the non-judgmental environment in the studio allows yoga students to learn new poses and advance in their practice of yoga without feeling singled out or overwhelmed by other students who may be more experienced in their practice.
I typically attend the gentle yoga class. It has allowed me to practice breathing for mindfulness and relaxation. The benefits are greater than massage therapy, in my opinion.Brahmi is an excellent yoga instructor - she teaches things in a memorable way, is attentive to your personal needs and suggests appropriate modifications, and is highly experienced and leads teacher trainings. I've enjoyed learning from some of the other yoga instructors too.The studio itself is clean and comfortable. It has a more down to earth, everyone's welcome vibe, compared to some other yoga studios. And it seems like an ideal choice for those with special health conditions or physical limitations.Melissa L.
TriYoga has improved my wellbeing tremendously.
When I took my first TriYoga class in 2003, I had no idea I was embarking upon an awesome journey that would become central to my life: to my health, my strength, and my well being. As I come to mat and bring awareness to my breath, I feel a great sense of gratitude, admiration and love,
Thank you for teaching me to be both a student and a teacher and sharing so generously your deep knowledge of yoga. Your support and wisdom have helped me to flow through good times and sad ones. And I appreciate your patience with all my questions over the years! You have so enriched my life by your creation and sustenance of the beautiful TriYoga Community. I will be forever grateful.
With eternal gratitude for providing a welcoming, highest quality, spirit-, mind- and body-nourishing yoga home for me for the past fifteen (?) years, ten of them in the beautiful Prospect Street Center.
Ad with great admiration for your vision, creativity, tenacity, labor, and devotion in service to the cause, as well as your willingness and courage to morph the Center into a new form when necessary.
Namaste and love,
Some years ago, I joined TriYoga through a Groupon. I had never done yoga before, so I didn’t know what to expect. TriYoga, under Brahmi’s caring approach and encouragement, led me gently and carefully through the different ways my body could move. I found peace, tranquility and contentment in this often frenetic and worrying world.
All her teachers have different approaches to finding what I need and I truly appreciate everything that she as striven to achieve.
I am very blessed to have been part of the TriYoga experience.
Being accepted into the TriYoga family from the moment I stepped into your first class. I felt like I found a family. Everyone was so welcoming, friendly and willing to help. Over these many years your teaching and knowledge of the TriYoga practice inspired me and helped me to understand how the body needs to move to reach the depths of this practice. The TriYoga center has been such a big part of my life and I am so saddened at the loss of the physical space. I look forward to continuing with you online and pray for the day when we can all practice together again.
It doesn’t seem that long ago when my first yoga teacher moved. I was feeling lost. I tried different yoga studios, gyms, the YMCA. The teachers were good, but none felt right. Then I heard of TriYoga in Waltham. That first class introduced me to cat rolls, inverted rolls, and a whole different type of flow. I left feeling great, but even better than great, it felt right. I had found my teacher and found my place. Then I decided to be a teacher. As an aside, I’ve taken numerous workshops from nationally and internationally known teachers. Some were good, some had their own agenda, but none of them had the knowledge, commitment and compassion that Brahmi brings to every training, to every class. When you leave her trainings you absolutely know how to teach.
Of all the yoga options in the metro west area, TriYoga Boston keeps me coming back for more. The free meditation session on Sunday got me in the door, and the basics class keeps me coming back. I really like the energy of the studios and everyone inside. The community is friendly and welcoming, and the environment encourages self exploration.
Easy, gentle, relaxing -- no pressure or competition. Three sessions in and my daily back pain is reduced 90-100%. Very reasonably priced. Very clean and friendly. Highly recommend.
This is an amazing studio, they have a huge range of classes from beginner to expert, everyone is friendly and welcoming. There are also meditation classes. I truly get a community feeling from here, they even have potlucks once in a while, so much fun!