Trishna Horvath

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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 calls her practice “Being Yoga” and since 2002 has added yoga…

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  • Michelle Schwartz   December 30, 2017

      Private Yoga for a Family Reunion

    Trishna was a wonderful teacher for our family yoga class on Thanksgiving morning. We have a tradition of doing yoga together despite our wide range of ages (25-77) and yoga experience (novice to experienced) and Trishna was able to teach and cue us so that everyone had a meaningful experience. She is a very thoughtful and experienced yogi !

  • Annonymous   September 21, 2017

      Presence and Dedication

    I have worked with Trishna for many years. Attending her retreats in California as often as possible. I love her dedication to my individual success and spiritual and physical growth. I will continue to attend her retreats whenever I am able to do so. Hopefully I will be in California for her annual winter retreat. It is the best way to start a new year and the location and hot springs are magical. ~ Amelia Straton

  • Annonymous   September 21, 2017

      Experience AND Passion

    Trishna has been my yoga teacher for over a decade, and the impact she has made on my life is profound. She is the most studied teacher I know: her classes are fluid and concentrate on an oscillation between inner and outer strength, and her guided meditations and mantras immediately place you in the perfect state for her yogic flow. She is careful about her students' bodies, encouraging an approach that allows risk but prevents injury. Her smile and laugh is contagious, and her classes are filled with joy as well as a quiet respect for this sacred tradition. Her technique follows me into every yoga studio, and her spirit stays in my heart. ~Molly Maguire

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