hatha yoga
wudang martial arts
Lofty Mount Lu, by Ming Dynasty artist Shen Zhou (沈周)

Many streams, one river...

Throughout history yogis, shamans, and sages have sought beyond the horizons of culture, religion, and social constructs to discover the underlying principles governing life and the flowering of the human being. The cultures along the Himalayas have provided a unique haven for such seekers, allowing for physiological and spiritual exploration, innovation and development to continue uninterrupted for nearly 10,000 years... 

Triloka:

We at Triloka recognize that we live in a world with fewer and fewer boundaries, and that not everyone who practices yoga wishes to espouse an Asian "-ism".  Not all who meditate wish to be Buddhist or Hindu, nor is it a requirement for all martial artists to become Zen monks or Daoists.  At Triloka, we delve deep into the practices and human development systems of India, Tibet, and East Asia, identify their unique cultural and religious histories, and clarify their moving parts. We learn that there is a core curriculum common to these related systems, and that this curriculum is most easily accesed in an experiential and straightforward manner. We honor the roots and branches of these traditions while making the entire spectrum of training available to people of all backgrounds and religions. If you desire to discover your hidden potentials, become more of yourself, and to be empowered to take responsiblity for your own path in the 21st century, then Triloka is designed specifically for you.

 Triloka is is open to people of all faiths, ages, sizes, and walks of life.  We teach fundamental methods of working with yourself; we teach secrets that until now were passed down only from master to master; we teach integration for people willing to step in to the living river of internal arts that flows to us from ages past.  If you are ready, we are here...

 

 

 This is Triloka

Triloka - noun, Sanskrit: literally "three worlds", used to refer to the tri-fold nature of reality

    

Triloka denotes the three spheres that a yogin may set out to master: medicine, spirituality, and martial arts
Triloka represents the synthesis of the three "worlds" of Himalayan yoga: Indian yoga, Chinese yoga, and Tibetan yoga.
 Triloka also refers to the steps of training that are common to each of these systems: physical training, breath training, and mind training.

    

     

   What you can do with Triloka:

  Come to classes Awaken your body and mind by just showing up to our South Bay classes jump...
  Attend a workshop Dive deep into a particular area of practice and discover more of you jump...  
  Learn an artform Become fluent in working with yourself through our signature courses jump...
Heal and renew Get personalized help using time-tested Oriental medicine jump...
  Explore hidden Asia Step into Asia and connect with the ancient roots of meditation and spirituality jump...  
  Triloka at home Videos and more coming in 2016!