Tri means three in Sanskrit.
Sthana means permanent place.
Tristhana means breath, position – pose, and focus points of view.
These important points of action always need to be observed and practiced simultaneously in each pose.
Maria Tsakona (Certified ashtanga yoga teacher by KPJAYI) – Pinelopi Grigoraki (Authorized ashtanga yoga teacher by KPJAYI11)
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