Trilliquin is a supportive community encouraging individuals, through movement, mindfulness and creativity, to foster curiosity and compassion within themselves and the world.

We teach many levels of yoga, including Restorative, Iyengar and Gentle Yoga. We also offer art workshops and community events. All levels are welcome. You don't need to be flexible or have good balance to begin yoga, or be "artistic" to take art. All you need is curiosity and an open mind. 

Click to see our schedule of weekly classes where you can register and pay online

Bad weather? Remember, Trilliquin follows the cancellation decisions of the University of Louisville
(unless they are on a delayed morning schedule, in which case we DO have class). Click here for UofL's website.

Mark Your Calendar:

  • Restorative Yoga 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 6:00-7:30PM (4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20)
  • Women's Spring Clothes Swap March 28 5:30-7:30PM
  • Student Dinner April 23, 6:30PM (location TBA)
  • Composition for Beginners May 13, 27 & June 10, 6:30 to 8:30PM (early registration ends Friday, April 17)

Workshops & Events
Art for non-Artists, Complete series

Learn more about what the visual world has to offer you. This series is designed to be accessible, experiential, unintimidating and educational... fun for absolute beginners and continuing students alike! Click the image or title for more information

Color for Beginners: Understanding Through Experience

Part 1 - Art for non-Artists Series
After learning the terms of the Color Glossary 
and seeing examples, you'll experience mixing colors with a variety of mediums, including watercolor, dyes, and acrylics. You'll create your own color wheel, as well as develop an understanding of an artist or designer's choice of colors and experiment in creating your own color palettes for art, home or garden. Click the title to learn more or sign up.

Composition for Beginners: Seeing with the Eyes of an Artist

Part 2 - Art for non-Artists Series
After learning the Elements and Principles of composition and how to identify them, we will explore their affect on how we see. This knowledge is fundamental in creating interesting and dynamic compositions. We'll spend a class outdoors photographing basic compositional elements and then examine our pictures for a deeper understanding. Click the title to learn more or sign up for this workshop.

Drawing for Beginners: Learning to Draw by Seeing What Is

Part 3 - Art for non-Artists Series
Discover how the idea of what you're seeing will confuse and distract you, while seeing what actually IS is the key to being able to draw. This is a practice of mindfulness that has the same benefits as meditation. Drawing from life improves hand-eye coordination and leaves us feeling calm, focused and energized.