TriYoga Blog

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The Difference Between Pain and Suffering

Originally published July 24, 2016 Recovering from shoulder surgery seemed like a perfect time to explore the difference between pain and suffering. My current sankalpa (a deep intention or promise made to myself) is to not suffer. Of all the sankalpas I’ve had over the years, this is proving to […]

Breathing Practices to Alleviate Stress, Anxiety and Depression

Research has shown that lengthening the exhale slows the heart rate and triggers a parasympathetic nervous system response known as the relaxation response or rest and digest (Jerath et al., 2006). A study by Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (Feb […]

Snow Day Practice

Snow day practice. Lots of time for flows, pranayama, meditation. Take the time and space to become present, quiet the thought waves, reconnect with the center of your being – Anandamaya Kosa – the body of bliss. The investment of your time will pay off with more clarity, focus, and […]

Yoga for Snow Shoveling

A state of emergency has just been declared and we’re all hunkering down waiting for a potentially “historic blizzard” to hit.  It’s safe to assume there’s going to be a whole lot of shoveling going on.  And where’s there’s shoveling there’s the potential for sore shoulders and backs.  So even though the […]

Samkhya Yoga – Complete Knowledge

Over 40 people from around the world tuned into Part 2 of Yogini Kaliji’s live online course on Samkhya Yoga. Samkhya was founded by Sage Kapila approximately 600 BC and contains the complete knowledge of evolution and involution of consciousness. Kaliji said that the knowledge of Samkhya can be found […]