International Japanese Yoga Association

International Japanese Yoga Association Human beings have a tremendous latent potential that's waiting to be unearthed. Sawai Atsuhiro Sensei is the President of the IJYA. E. IJYA membership is FREE.
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The International Japanese Yoga Association (IJYA) is a not for profit association devoted to the study of Shin-shin-toitsu-do, a form of Japanese yoga and meditation created by Nakamura Tempu Sensei. Nakamura Tempu Sensei discovered the extraordinary energy of mind and body unification beside an ancient waterfall in the Himalayan mountains, allowing him to heal from tuberculosis and manifest a ne

w state of consciousness. Upon his return to Japan, he created a new path called Shin-shin-toitsu-do: "The Way of Mind and Body Unification." A form of Japanese yoga and meditation, Shin-shin-toitsu-do unearths our buried talents and rarely realized potential. THE IJYA PRESIDENT
The International Japanese Yoga Association (IJYA) is a not for profit association devoted to the study of Shin-shin-toitsu-do. In Japan, the IJYA is known as the Kokusai Nihon Yoga Renmei, and its world headquarters is in Kyoto. He is a best selling author in Japan, focusing on books about Shin-shin-toitsu-do and meditation. He is also a direct student of Nakamura Sensei, having obtained the highest level of teaching certification from the founder of Shin-shin-toitsu-do. THE IJYA INTERNATIONAL CHIEF INSTRUCTOR
Sawai Sensei has appointed H. Davey Sensei as the IJYA Vice President and International Chief Instructor. Davey Sensei, an award winning writer and the author of Japanese Yoga: The Way of Dynamic Meditation, oversees the day to day running of the IJYA. He has studied under four top students of Nakamura Sensei, and he began practicing Shin-shin-toitsu-do as a child. He serves as the point of contact for IJYA members worldwide and works directly with the IJYA HQ in Kyoto. He has received the highest level of IJYA teaching certification. JOINING THE IJYA
Recently formed in 2013, membership in the IJYA is FREE. The IJYA is now accepting new members. Members only need to provide their basic contact information and e-mail address to join. They receive an attractive membership certificate and a subscription to the IJYA Journal, the publication of the Kokusai Nihon Yoga Renmei. Qualified members are also eligible for teaching certification from the IJYA HQ in Japan. Send all membership inquires to [email protected]. LEARNING MORE ABOUT SHIN-SHIN-TOITSU-DO
Shin-shin-toitsu-do, which is also known as Shin-shin-toitsu-ho, has been widely practiced in Japan since the 1920s. Its founder, Nakamura Tempu Sensei, taught a very large number of students, many of them celebrities and well-known figures in Japanese society. However, outside of Japan this uniquely Japanese version of yoga is still in its infancy, with few training centers (dojo or juku) available to the average person in the West. Interested parties can learn more about this art by reading Japanese Yoga: The Way of Dynamic Meditation (Michi Publishing), the first book in English about the original mind and body unification principles of Nakamura Sensei. Recently, Michi Publishing issued The Teachings of Tempu: Practical Meditation for Daily Life by Davey Sensei and The True Paths to Meditation by Sawai Sensei should published in the near future. Direct instruction outside of Japan is offered by Davey Sensei's Sennin Foundation Center for Japanese Cultural Arts in California, which serves as the hub of IJYA activities in the West. Visit www.senninfoundation.com for more information. For information about Shin-shin-toitsu-do instruction in Japan, visit Sawai Sensei's blog at http://tenpujuku.com. The Tenpu Juku is Sawai Sensei's private school of Japanese yoga, and the blog is in Japanese. Individuals outside of Japan that wish to practice at the Tenpu Juku should first make contact with the IJYA. Send e-mail to Davey Sensei, IJYA International Chief Instructor, at [email protected]. THE IJYA JOURNAL
The worldwide IJYA Journal is a members only publication of the Kokusai Nihon Yoga Renmei (IJYA). The journal is published periodically, and it offers instruction in Japanese yoga, meditation, and healing arts to the general public. The goal is to make the teachings of Nakamura Tempu Sensei available to a larger audience than has been the case in the past, with a particular emphasis on making his Japanese yoga available to more people in Western nations. The IJYA Journal is your chance to learn important mind and body unification principles that can help you in most every aspect of life. Plus, it's FREE to members, and our not for profit association will never give your contact information/e-mail address to other parties.

Looking for a new approach to holistic health and enlightenment? For over 100 years in Japan, people have experienced pr...
05/09/2024

Looking for a new approach to holistic health and enlightenment? For over 100 years in Japan, people have experienced profound changes in health and happiness by studying Shin-shin-toitsu-do, Nakamura Tempu’s groundbreaking Way of Mind and Body Unification. Now you can too in H. E. Davey’s acclaimed online classes. Instruction is offered in English worldwide. Classes are affordable, nonprofit, authentic and offered at a variety of times. Just drop by www.SenninFoundation.com for class information and check out books on this subject as well at www.MichiPublishing.com.

05/03/2024

What is Japanese yoga? Who was Nakamura Tempu? How did he cure his tuberculosis when no cure was available in the early 1900’s? How did he end up living at the foot of the Himalayas in 1911? And why did he create a groundbreaking form of Japanese yoga and meditation in 1919? These answers and more can be found in our Zoom classes in Nakamura Tempu’s revolutionary Japanese yoga and meditation. They’re convenient, affordable, and offer a new approach to ancient truths. Learn more at www.SenninFoundation.com.

04/30/2024

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Affordable and nonprofit classes in Nakamura Tempu’s groundbreaking Japanese yoga and meditation are available worldwide...
04/27/2024

Affordable and nonprofit classes in Nakamura Tempu’s groundbreaking Japanese yoga and meditation are available worldwide. H. E. Davey, author of Japanese Yoga, is offering online instruction in English at various times each week. In 2001, he wrote the first English language book on Nakamura Tempu’s original Shin-shin-toitsu-do, and he followed up with The Teachings of Tempu: Practical Meditation for Daily Life. Don’t miss your chance to learn directly from the person, who literally wrote the book on Tempu-style Japanese yoga. It’s a great opportunity to experience the life changing power of mind and body unification. Get more information at www.SenninFoundation.com.

04/27/2024

In 1985 I met Kobara Ranseki Sensei, an extraordinary master of Japanese calligraphy, with skill in ink painting as well. He was the founder of the Ranseki Sho

04/23/2024

Nakamura Tempu (1876-1968) introduced yoga to Japan in 1919, and he created a revolutionary form of Japanese yoga and meditation called Shin-shin-toitsu-do. He taught Shin-shin-toitsu-do (“The Way of Mind and Body Unification”) for over 50 years and authored bestselling books. He trained over 100,000 people, including members of the Japanese Imperial Family, government officials, business leaders, top athletes, celebrated actors, martial arts experts, and notable novelists.

In Mr. Nakamura’s early years he fell seriously ill and embarked on a global quest to cure his tuberculosis. This search took him to the USA, where he studied medicine at Columbia University. Next, he traveled to Europe, where he lived with actress Sarah Bernhardt and researched psychology. In Egypt he encountered Kaliappa, an Indian mystic and yoga master, who brought him to India for a final attempt to save his life. After austere meditation in the Himalayas, Nakamura Tempu attained enlightenment, shook off the bonds of illness, and returned to Japan a changed man. It was there that he started teaching free classes in a new path to wellness and enlightenment that has now been practiced by over one million people in Japan.

Online classes in English are available worldwide. To learn more, drop by www.SenninFoundation.com.

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Join the International Japanese Yoga Association (Kokusai Nihon Yoga Renmei) and learn Nakamura Tempu's Shin-shin-toitsu-do, a form of Japanese yoga/meditation.

04/16/2024

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Takato Joshi Park, located in Ine, Nagano Prefecture, encompasses the ruins of Takatōjō Castle. This historical site offers visitors a glimpse into Japan's feudal past, with remnants of ancient walls, moats, and structures dotting the landscape. Surrounded by picturesque scenery, including cherry blossom trees in spring, the park provides a peaceful setting for exploration and reflection on the region's rich history.

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04/16/2024

Have you heard of Nakamura Tempu (1876-1968) and his revolutionary Japanese yoga? Mr. Nakamura taught Shin-shin-toitsu-do (“The Way of Mind and Body Unification”) for over 50 years and authored bestselling books. He trained over 100,000 people, including members of the Japanese Imperial Family, government officials, business leaders, top athletes, celebrated actors, martial arts experts, and notable novelists.

When he was relatively young, he contracted tuberculosis. This resulted in a global quest to cure his tuberculosis and find inner peace. This search took him to the USA, where he studied medicine at Columbia University. Next, he traveled to Europe, where he lived with actress Sarah Bernhardt and researched psychology. In Egypt he encountered Kaliappa, an Indian mystic and yoga master, who brought him to India for a final attempt to save his life. After austere meditation in the Himalayas, Nakamura Tempu attained enlightenment, shook off the bonds of illness, and returned to Japan a changed man.

Now, you can learn his groundbreaking Japanese yoga, his philosophy of mind and body unification, his forms of meditation, and how these skills can help you attain better health as well as deeper calmness, concentration, and willpower. For the first time since he introduced yoga to Japan in 1919, his teachings are being presented in English in affordable online classes that are offered worldwide. Learn more at www.SenninFoundation.com.

04/12/2024

Hashimoto Tetsuichi Sensei was one of the most senior teachers of Japanese yoga in the IJYA. One of the main teachers of IJYA Vice President H. E. Davey, he lived a long and happy life. Learn more about Japanese yoga at www.michipublishing.com.

04/12/2024

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Looking for a new approach to holistic health and enlightenment? For over 100 years in Japan, people have experienced pr...
03/31/2024

Looking for a new approach to holistic health and enlightenment? For over 100 years in Japan, people have experienced profound changes in health and happiness by studying Shin-shin-toitsu-do, Nakamura Tempu’s groundbreaking Way of Mind and Body Unification. Now you can too in H. E. Davey’s acclaimed online classes. Instruction is offered in English worldwide. Classes are affordable, nonprofit, authentic and offered at a variety of times. Just drop by www.SenninFoundation.com for information.

H. E. Davey is offering affordable, nonprofit online classes in Nakamura Tempu’s groundbreaking Japanese yoga and medita...
03/28/2024

H. E. Davey is offering affordable, nonprofit online classes in Nakamura Tempu’s groundbreaking Japanese yoga and meditation. With 50 years of training in Japan and the USA, he is the Vice President of Kyoto’s International Japanese Yoga Association. His Zoom classes are offered worldwide and are taught in English. His acclaimed books on Japanese yoga are offered by Michi Publishing and he’s obtained the highest level of teaching certification from the International Japanese Yoga Association. Learn more at www.SenninFoundation.com.

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Human beings have a tremendous latent potential that's waiting to be unearthed. Nakamura Tempu Sensei discovered the extraordinary energy of mind and body unification beside an ancient waterfall in the Himalayan mountains, allowing him to heal from tuberculosis and manifest a new state of consciousness. Upon his return to Japan, he created a new path called Shin-shin-toitsu-do: "The Way of Mind and Body Unification." A form of Japanese yoga and meditation, Shin-shin-toitsu-do unearths our buried talents and rarely realized potential. THE IJYA PRESIDENT The International Japanese Yoga Association (IJYA) is a not for profit association devoted to the study of Shin-shin-toitsu-do. In Japan, the IJYA is known as the Kokusai Nihon Yoga Renmei, and its world headquarters is in Kyoto. Sawai Atsuhiro Sensei is the President of the IJYA. He is a best selling author in Japan, focusing on books about Shin-shin-toitsu-do and meditation. He is also a direct student of Nakamura Sensei, having obtained the highest level of teaching certification from the founder of Shin-shin-toitsu-do. THE IJYA INTERNATIONAL CHIEF INSTRUCTOR Sawai Sensei has appointed H. E. Davey Sensei as the IJYA Vice President and International Chief Instructor. Davey Sensei, an award winning writer and the author of Japanese Yoga: The Way of Dynamic Meditation, oversees the day to day running of the IJYA. He has studied under four top students of Nakamura Sensei, and he began practicing Shin-shin-toitsu-do as a child. He serves as the point of contact for IJYA members worldwide and works directly with the IJYA HQ in Kyoto. He has received the highest level of IJYA teaching certification. JOINING THE IJYA Recently formed in 2013, membership in the IJYA is FREE. The IJYA is now accepting new members. Members only need to provide their basic contact information and e-mail address to join. They receive an attractive membership certificate and a subscription to the IJYA Journal, the publication of the Kokusai Nihon Yoga Renmei. Qualified members are also eligible for teaching certification from the IJYA HQ in Japan. Send all membership inquires to [email protected]. LEARNING MORE ABOUT SHIN-SHIN-TOITSU-DO Shin-shin-toitsu-do, which is also known as Shin-shin-toitsu-ho, has been widely practiced in Japan since the 1920s. Its founder, Nakamura Tempu Sensei, taught a very large number of students, many of them celebrities and well-known figures in Japanese society. However, outside of Japan this uniquely Japanese version of yoga is still in its infancy, with few training centers (dojo or juku) available to the average person in the West. Interested parties can learn more about this art by reading Japanese Yoga: The Way of Dynamic Meditation (Michi Publishing), the first book in English about the original mind and body unification principles of Nakamura Sensei. Recently, Michi Publishing issued The Teachings of Tempu: Practical Meditation for Daily Life by Davey Sensei and The True Paths to Meditation by Sawai Sensei should published in the near future. Direct instruction outside of Japan is offered by Davey Sensei's Sennin Foundation Center for Japanese Cultural Arts in California, which serves as the hub of IJYA activities in the West. Visit www.senninfoundation.com for more information. For information about Shin-shin-toitsu-do instruction in Japan, visit Sawai Sensei's blog at http://tenpujuku.com. The Tenpu Juku is Sawai Sensei's private school of Japanese yoga, and the blog is in Japanese. Individuals outside of Japan that wish to practice at the Tenpu Juku should first make contact with the IJYA. Send e-mail to Davey Sensei, IJYA International Chief Instructor, at [email protected]. THE IJYA JOURNAL The worldwide IJYA Journal is a members only publication of the Kokusai Nihon Yoga Renmei (IJYA). IJYA membership is FREE. The journal is published periodically, and it offers instruction in Japanese yoga, meditation, and healing arts to the general public. The goal is to make the teachings of Nakamura Tempu Sensei available to a larger audience than has been the case in the past, with a particular emphasis on making his Japanese yoga available to more people in Western nations. The IJYA Journal is your chance to learn important mind and body unification principles that can help you in most every aspect of life. Plus, it's FREE to members, and our not for profit association will never give your contact information/e-mail address to other parties.

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