August 14, 2009
Kali Ray Triyoga
Kali Ray Triyoga has been created and conceptualized by Kali Ray, a yogini. As the name suggests, Triyoga is about the trinity of the spirit, mind, and body. The focus on Kali Ray Yoga is on improving the flexibility of the body and strengthening it. In this you move from one pose to another in a systematic and flowing manner. Kali Ray tri yoga is about three main features: mudra or focus, pranayama or rhythmic breath, and yogasana or postures. Those who practice this yoga feel more energetic, spiritually, mentally, and physically. One also experiences a greater level of awareness. This particular yoga merges the teachings of the Western culture with the Eastern tradition. It is not only a practice, but also a philosophy.
TriYoga is taught in clinics, hospitals, universities, schools, and businesses in over thirty countries. The fundamentals of TriYoga are about economy of motion, spinal movements akin to the movement of waves, and relaxation in action. A yoga student can begin from the basic level and move onto subsequent levels. At every level, yoga students learn more about postures, breath control, flexibility, strength and flow.
Benefits of TriYoga:
- Through this yoga, you can quickly transform your spirit, mind, and body.
- This yoga can help you increase your endurance, strength, and flexibility. It also improves and strengthens the ligaments, tendons, and muscles.
- TriYoga is known to stimulate the nervous system and can help develop a flexible spine.
- This yoga can improve assimilation, digestion, and elimination.
- It can invigorate the respiratory system, the cardiovascular system, and the immune system.
- TriYoga can strengthen the glandular system, and strengthen as well as purify the vital organs.
- TriYoga can promote self-confidence, mental clarity, and emotional balance.
- It is also good for building up intuitive knowledge, energy flow, and awareness.
How to do a Kali Ray Triyoga Posture:
- Find a quiet place in your home and stand straight with your feet together and your arms, relaxed at your sides.
- Bring your arms and hands above your head while inhaling deeply. Then bend from the waist, moving your arms in the direction of the floor. You must keep your back straight as you do this and your ribs must be close to the thighs as you exhale.
- As you inhale, come back and with that bring your arms right above your head. Make sure that your palms are touching each other and they are facing inward.
- You can add several other poses to this basic one to complete the yoga practice.