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What is yoga

The classical techniques of Yoga date back more than 5,000 years. In ancient times, the desire for greater personal freedom, health and long life, and heightened self-understanding gave birth to this system of physical and mental exercise which has since spread throughout the world. The word Yoga means “to join or yoke together,” and it brings the body and mind together into one harmonious experience.oga is a science of the body, the mind, the consciousness and the soul. Yoga is a teaching of wisdom and knowledge which has been transmitted to mankind from the great Yogis and Rishis of ancient times, though its geographical origin lies in India, it is universal, all-valid, eternal knowledge.

Satyananda Yoga (as discribe in yoga mag)

Satyananda Yoga™ is a system of yoga developed by Swami Satyananda Saraswati and his lineage, which incorporates practices derived from ancient and traditional sources.

Satyananda Yoga™ uses practices in a traditional way, asanas (postures) to balance the body and mind through the physical body, pranayama (breathing practices) to work on the energy body (equated with Ki or Chi in other systems), and meditation to calm and focus the mind. It also takes a broader outlook by teaching and encouraging yogic and healthy lifestyles.

The Satyananda approach incorporates the whole person, not just the body. There is an emphasis on awareness and practitioners are encouraged to learn about all aspects of their personality through Yoga. Change is a process that takes place naturally as a consequence of regular practice with full awareness, rather than by forcing the mind and body to the limit and beyond

satyananda form of Yoga

HATHA YOGA

The term Hatha Yoga has been commonly used to describe the practice of asana (postures). The syllable ha denotes the pranic (vital) force governing the physical body and tha denotes the chitta (mental) force thus making Hatha Yoga a catalyst to an awakening of the two energies that govern our lives. More correctly the techniques described in Hatha Yoga harmonise and purify the body systems and focus the mind.

Asana along with the six shatkarmas (physical and mental detox techniques), mudras and bandhas (psycho-physiological energy release techniques) and pranic awakening practices. Fine tuning of the human personality at increasingly subtle levels leads to higher states of awareness and meditation.

JNANA YOGA

Jnana Yoga is the process of converting intellectual knowledge into practical wisdom. It is a discovery of human dharma in relation to nature and the universe.

Some of the components of Jnana Yoga are:Realizing instead of believing, Self-awareness leading to self-analysi, Experiencing knowledge, Realizing the personal nature, Developing intuitive wisdom, Experiencing inner unity.

RAJA YOGA

Raja Yoga is a comprehensive yoga system which deals with the refinement of human behaviour and personality through the practice of the yamas (restraint) and niyamas (disciplines); attainment of physical health and vitality through asanas (postures) and pranayamas (pranic breathing techniques); management of mental and emotional conflicts and development of awareness and concentration through pratyahara (sensory withdrawal) and dharana (concentration); and developing the creative aspect of consciousness for transcendental awareness through dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (absorption in the universal identity).

KRIYA YOGA

Swami Satyananda Saraswati propagated the practices of Kriya Yoga from secret teachings described in the Yoga and Tantra Shastras. The kriyas, as taught by Satyananda Yoga™, are one of only two systems of Kriya Yoga recognized the world over, the other being that of Paramahamsa Yogananda.

KARMA YOGA

Karma Yoga is a system that develops immunity to the reactive and negative components of an action. This awareness of action leads to a greater ability to manage mental associations in the form of desires, ambitions, ego and other personality complexes.

 

THE TEACHER

Mario Sirard is post Graduate diplome from Bihar Yoga Bharati University in India(first world yoga university). BYB know as well as Bihar school of Yoga (satyananda yoga) is consider by many as one of the Best yoga institution existing. Beside his BYB Studies Mario has learn under many Indian Yogi, he has been certified Sivananda Yoga Teacher and learn Kriyas Yoga (ancien secret technic under Swami Shyiam Yogy. Mario has explore many other schools and techniques such as Iyengar, Kundalini and Integral Yoga.

Mario offer you a rare opportunity to experience the science of yoga and to explore the infinite potential within yourselves.

Mario is from Canada and has taught yoga in Canada and India for the last 10 years. He has decided with his wife Noriko to come to Japan to experience the spirit of the country and to share his experience.

 

Classes

Classes are for beginner and more advance, each class include asanas (postures), pranayamas (breathing exercises), and other yogique technique design for the need of the students in the moment.

Classes will be tought in English and translate by Noriko for now since Mario’s Japanese still at a very basic level

where

The classes will be taught in Yaizu Shizuoka prefecture. Near by super market Tagojyu kogawa branch.

adress: 2-14-16 Kogawashinmachi Yaizu Shizuoka.

5 minutes by car from Yaizu JR station and 25 minutes slow walking.

 

 

when

Morning classes we be hold morning and evening  Monday to Friday depending on the demand.

Fees

A trial class is offer for free, just need to reserve since our space is limited.

Subscriptions are per month at 6000 Yen for four classes, and 1200 Yen per additional class during the same month. Two months subscription is requested for the initial registration.

Comfortable clothes, towel and/or yoga mat are needed.

Important, preferable not eating at least 2 hours before classes.

Contact

Mario or Noriko 090-6102-2385

zentrajapan@yahoo.ca

mario maryog9@hotmail.com

Yoga links:

Bihar Yoga Bharati: yogavision.net