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Guided Pranayama
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Monthly Asana
Events & Partners
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Guided Pranayama
Video Flow
Monthly Asana
Events & Partners
Jewels

TRIPUTI

the connection of

 

BODY

 

BREATH

 

MIND

 

 

 

YOGA 

AYURVEDA

MUSIC

TELEVISION & EVENT PRODUCTION


 

 

Karma Yoga: Selfless Service & Self-Dedication

Private Asana Lessons

Vrksasana – Featured Asana

JIVA JIVE! Live Music & Yoga – July 30th

Retallack Lodge MTB Camp

Vasisthasana – Featured Asana

Uttanasana – April Asana

Youth Yogis

Spring Equinox Soup Supper

As the sun begins to rise earlier each day and warmth touches our skin, its exciting to feel the nectar of new creativity and ideas flowing. Please check our site often as we release details regarding the following spring and summer yoga and outdoor retreats!

YOUTH YOGA

  • Toddler Yoga, Ages 3-5
  • Revelstoke Mini Yogi’s, Ages 5-8
  • Ash-TEEN-ga Yoga, Ages 13-16

Details to be announced soon!

PEDAL AND POSE RETREAT!
Triputi Yoga hosts an intimate weekend long retreat in beautiful Revelstoke, BC. Details for the Pedal and Pose weekend long Yoga and Mountain Bike retreat will be posted shortly. Please check back often.

Feel free to contact us with any questions regarding our upcoming offerings.

Student/Teacher Invocation Mantra

Utthita Trikonasana – March Asana

Ham-Sah Meditation

Utkatasana – Featured Asana

Turquoises Earings

Warrior Mouse Jewels & Art

The ancient Sage Patanjali was the first to systemize the practices of Ashtanga Yoga. Yoga defined literally means “union”.  Through stilling the mind, union with the DIVINE  is achieved. Practice of Yoga (or sadhana) purifies the body and mind for the purpose of developing higher concentration. Pure concentration leads to a thoughtless mind and supreme consciousness (samadhi). Pantajali described the path to higher consciousness as having eight parts or “limbs”; hence, the system is called Ashtanga (ashta=eight, anga=limb) Yoga. The eight limbs are listed below. You will learn more about each limb within the Astanga system in our NOTES FROM THE MAT section of the website.

Yama (Restraints)

  • Ahimsa (nonviolence)
  • Satya (truthfulness)
  • Asteya (non-stealing)
  • Brahmacharaya (continence)
  • Aparigraha (non-possessiveness)

Niyama (Observances)

  • Shaucha (purity)
  • Santosha (contentment)
  • Tapas (austerity)
  • Svadhyaya (scriptural study)
  • Ishvarapranidhanana (surrender to God)

Asana (Posture or Seat)

Pranayama (Breath Control)

Pratyahara (Withdrawing the mind from sense perception/turning inward)

Dharana (Concentration)

Dhyana (Meditation)

Samadhi (Supreme consciousness or complete identity or absorption in one object or thought)