Trishna Horvath traveled to Bali in 1987 (at age 20) to study mask dance with I.B. Anom. She was inspired to share the experience of immersion in a culture through the study of a specific art, and returned in less than a year with a group of ten students participating in a three week immersion. Since then, periodically she has created traditional arts immersions, and in recent years has rededicated her attention to that.
She has a passion for discovering the ‘yoga’ or integrating force in dance, music, and art, and as well the intrinsic artistry in the life discipline of yoga.
Trishna began teaching yoga in 1998. In the ten years previous to that she traveled often in Asia, studying mask dance in Bali, Traditional Thai Massage with The Sunshine Network and Master Pichet Boonthume in Thailand, and Yoga with Saras Kumar Binjola in India. Her approach to yoga is greatly inspired by her ongoing study of Sanskrit based philosophy. She enjoys incorporating esoteric information and practices into a Hatha Yoga format. Modern and ethnic dance, as well as years studying physical theater technique also influence her teaching style.
trishna offers retreats and cultural arts immeesions globally, as well as classes, personalized practice, and traditional thai massage in Marin, West Marin, San Francisco, Berkeley, and wherever she may be :)