At Trilliquin you'll find varying levels of yoga, including Gentle, Iyengar and Restorative Yoga, as well as art workshops and community events. All levels are welcome. You don't need to be young, flexible or have good balance to begin yoga, or be "artistic" to take art. All you need is curiosity and an open mind.
For our schedule of weekly yoga classes, click here, where you can learn more or register online.
Click here to purchase Trilliquin's Yama Cards
Mark Your Calendar:
- Current 8 week yoga session - November 16 - January 22
- No Classes on Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 26
- Digestion & Gratitude ALL LEVELS Yoga Friday, November 27, 9:30-11:00 AM
Spend the morning after Thanksgiving reflecting on your blessings and gently improving your digestion ... so you can feel gratitude for those lunch leftovers after class! You can use one class on your class card or come as a drop-in.
- Trilliquin's Holiday Party Friday, December 18, 6:00-9:00 PM
A relaxed and festive holiday gathering for all of Trilliquin's students. Spend time with fellow classmates one last time before the holidays are upon us! Graciously hosted by Trilliquin student, Joe Stoltz, at his lovely home. Bring an appetizer to share and your own beverage.
- Practicing Peace During the Holy Daze: A Restorative Yoga Workshop
Monday, Dec. 21 6:00-8:00 PM or Tuesday, December 29 9:30-11:30 AM, Cost: $25
Trilliquin is a supportive community of students learning, through movement, mindfulness and creativity,
to foster curiosity and compassion within themselves and the world.
This all-levels class is designed to gently stretch your muscles and quiet your mind, while letting your body soften and your heart open. When we slow down and reconnect with ourselves, we're more present to those around us. Because, while the holidays can be a magical time filled with friends and family, it can also be stressful, full of long to-do lists and the difficult feelings that accompany our memories and expectations at this time of year.
Click the title to learn more or sign-up. Each of these two classes is limited to 10 students.