YOGA & NUMEROLOGY: Science of Yoga meets Science of Numbers

In this workshop, we will tap into the insightful use of numerology (using our date of birth) as a way to determine where we have challenges and weaknesses as well as gifts and strengths in our lives. With this knowledge, we can see a clear and useful picture of ourselves and know very practically how we can grow. We can then use specific yoga exercises to become well-rounded, balanced, harmonious in relationships, connected to our spiritual self, and feeling satisfied and fulfilled on our life’s path.

We will spend time going over the formula which gives each person their numerology chart, including the 3 areas of challenge and the 2 areas of strength. This relates to 10 bodies we have: our physical body, the 4 subtle inner bodies and the 5 outer ‘light’ bodies. When we have this view of ourselves, we can approach our obstacles with clarity and confidence and utilize our gifts to their utmost potential.

We will then practice a yoga set to energize and strengthen these 10 bodies, as well as work with a powerful mantra to help us master all parts of ourselves. This knowledge can be taken with you so you can have fun doing numerology charts for your friends and family, which will also shed light on yourself and your practice.

■Detail
Date:Sun 14th April 2013, 14:00-17:00 (Door Opened at 13:30)  
Venue:「Yoga Tribe」1-16-5−312 Kitasakae Urayasu, Chiba (1 min from Tokyo Metro Tozai-Line Urayasu station)
Fare: JPY4,500 (Payment should be arranged in advance)
Max No of People: 16(Advance booking only)
How to Apply:Please send e-mail to book@yogatribe.jp - including your name・TEL・e-mail・WS title.

■Miles Maeda
miles maedaMiles Maeda has been a teacher of yoga and meditation for the past 16 years.  He has developed practice centers in Chicago, San Diego, Portland and Long Beach, and has worked with students all over the world.  Miles specializes in the practical application of yoga in daily life, creating with his students intentional focus in health, education, creativity and community.Miles’ comprehensive training encompasses the evolving styles of yoga as they have existed on the planet over the past 18,000 years.  His intensive studies range from the classical Indian yogas (Hatha and Kundalini Yoga) to East Asian traditions (Tao Yoga) to the ancient schools of Central Asia (Tibetan/Yungdrung Bön, Tantra and Sufism).  He continues to enrich his education and experience through modern movements systems such as Pilates, GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS®.As an educator, Miles offers teacher training through the World Evolution school of yoga as an E-RYT/RYT 500 certified teacher with Yoga Alliance.  His current classes and workshops introduce the rich diversity of yoga styles and provide useful applications for practice in every day life.  Ultimately, as a teacher, Miles’ goal is to be an example of what he teaches as well as to create opportunities for students to deepen their own experience, understanding and connection to practice.


This workshop is postponed. Sorry for the inconvenience.

shakti yoga

We are all stronger than we believe we are. Sometimes we need to find a challenge to awaken that strength within.
This innovative practice will introduce ways to find lightness within your strength to lift into and explore asanas in a way you won't have approached them before.
This workshop mixes in blankets, blocks, partner work, inversions, arm balances and fun. 
Japanese interpretation by Kuniko Nakada.

■Detail
Date and Time:Wed, Mar 20th, 2013   14:00-16:00
Venue:「Yoga Tribe」1-16-5−312 Kitasakae Urayasu, Chiba (1 min from Tokyo Metro Tozai-Line Urayasu station)
Fare: JPY4,000 (Payment should be arranged in advance)
Max NO of People: 14(Advance booking only)

This workshop is postponed. Sorry for the inconvenience.

■Em Bettinger Profile
Em BettingerEm Bettinger trained as a contemporary dancer in London where she was introduced to yoga many moons ago.She is honored to teach at Sun and Moon Yoga in Tokyo and continues to study with her teacher Paul Dallaghan at samahith Yoga Thailand on Koh Samui and is 500 hour Yoga Alliance certified. 
Her own practice draws on Ashtanga, Vinyasa Flow and dance. Em would like students to explore, release, experience inner and outer transformation–and have fun.
For information about Em please view her website; http://www.em-yoga.com
Fund-raising Yoga Class is held on Sun, Mar 10th.

2013.03.10 14:00-15:30 Slow Ashtanga Yoga
Fee: Donation
Teacher: Itsuka

*All fee is donated to Japan Platform which supports victims of  big earthquake in Mar 11th, 2011.
Fund-raising Yoga Class is held on Sun, Feb 3rd.

2013.02.03 14:00-15:30 Slow Ashtanga Yoga
Fee: Donation
Teacher: Itsuka

*All fee is donated to Japan Platform which supports victims of  big earthquake in Mar 11th, 2011.
Fund-raising Yoga Class is held on Sun, Jan 20th.

2013.1.20 14:00-15:30 Slow Ashtanga Yoga
Fee: Donation
Teacher: Itsuka

*All fee is donated to Japan Platform which supports victims of  big earthquake in Mar 11th, 2011.
5th birthday

Yoga Tribe become 5 years old on Jan 2013.
As celebration for 5th anniversary, we have a birthday party (pot luck party) as below.
Please come and celebrate together!


Date: 19:30-21:00, Sun, 2012.12.23
Place: Yoga Tribe; 1-16-5-312 Kitasakae Urayasu, Chiba, Japan/ 1min from Urayasu Station
Fee: Free
*No reservation is required.
*Please bring food or drink, and plate and cup.

 
chandle night yoga

Turn off the light, and take it slow
Sun, Dec 23th, 2012

Sun, Dec 23th, 2012, "Candle Night Yoga" is held at the Yoga Studio "Yoga Tribe".

At this events, we will be comfortable while healing yoga under the light of candle.

In addition, all participation fees will be donated to Japan Plat Form which supports victims of  big earthquake in Mar 11th, 2011.

Candle Night Yoga
Date: 18:00-19:00, Sun, 2012.12.23
Place: Yoga Tribe; 1-16-5-312 Kitasakae Urayasu, Chiba, Japan/ 1min from Urayasu Station
Fee: 1,000yen
Prescribed Enrollment: 15 people
reservation: Please make a reservation by e-mail (book@yogatribe.jp) with name.

*The Space is full. We can put you on the waiting list.


After the yoga, we celebrate our 5th birthday. Please come and have a great time.
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Fund-raising Yoga Class is held on Sun, Nov 4th.

2012.11.4 14:00-15:30 Slow Ashtanga Yoga
Fee: Donation
Teacher: Itsuka

*All fee is donated to Japan Platform which supports victims of  big earthquake in Mar 11th, 2011.
Fund-raising Yoga Class is held on Sun, Oct 7th.

2012.10.7 14:00-15:30 Slow Ashtanga Yoga
Fee: Donation
Teacher: Itsuka

*All fee is donated to Japan Platform which supports victims of  big earthquake in Mar 11th, 2011.
a master class of Balancing postures for grounding and centreing

In the busy-ness of our daily lives it is easy to become caught up in stress and anxieties, and lose our sense of balance. The practice of yoga can assist us to find the balance between the inner and the outer world, between our daily social interactions with people and our own needs.

In this workshop, we will practice various balancing postures, including Vrksasana (the tree) and some inverted postures, to enable us to take a look inside ourselves and find out what our body and mind are requiring at the moment.  We will use props as necessary to practice some of the more advanced postures.

In the class, there are always options to choose from, you could take the opportunity to challenge yourself and find yourself doing something more than you think you could do – and this will bring joy to both your body and mind.


■Detail
Date and Time:Sun, 23th Sep 2012   15:30-17:30
Venue:「Yoga Tribe」1-16-5−312 Kitasakae Urayasu, Chiba (1 min from Tokyo Metro Tozai-Line Urayasu station)
Fare: JPY4,000 (Payment should be arranged in advance)
Max NO of People: 16(Advance booking only)
How to Apply:Please send e-mail to book@yogatribe.jp - including your name・TEL・e-mail・WS title

■John Ogilvie Profile
JOHN OGILVIE, founder and director of Byron Yoga Centre, (one of the oldest yoga schools in Australia) has been teaching yoga since 1987 and leads the Byron Yoga Centre teacher training courses, which are well known for their high quality. John Ogilvie is one of those rare people you meet with whom you feel an almost instant heart connection. There is a glint in his eyes that tells of an inner spring of joy, and a hint of boyish cheekiness. His presence is one of yogic lightness that makes you find yourself smiling when you are taking his class. His classes integrate the different yoga styles of Iyengar and Ashtanga, as well as the softer Sivananda and Satyananda practices of yoga and the energy principles of Aikido. His classes are both challenging and dynamic, and he has a joyful teaching style, laughing all the way through his classes. He hopes that by bringing joy to his students he will encourage them to make yoga a part of their daily life, and is always exploring ways to spread this infectious joy in his students.