Chakra Beginner’s class 3 days


Chakra Beginner’s class 3 days

This is the chakra workshop that anyone can participate. Asana level is beginner.
Chakra means the wheel. Each wheel is believed to be a rotation of the condensed energy, or vortex of energy.
In modern busy days, chakra tends to be unbalanced.
In this workshop, we will understand the relationship between each chakra and part of the body, and balance the chakra with asana.

Day 1 July 18 (Saturday) 15:30 to 17:00
Exercise chakras starting from lower part.
Chakras to focus
· Mooladhara
· Manipura

Day 2 July 19 (Sun) 14:00 to 15:30
Exercise Anahata chakra that has a role connecting the lower and upper chakra, and Vishuddha chakra from upper part.
Chakras to focus
· Vishuddha

Day 3 July 20 (Mon) 14:00 to 15:30

We will take more time for meditation and get more experience than other days,
as the culmination of three days workshop.
Chakras to focus
· Ajna
· Sahasrara

Instructor: Mack Kumiko
Venue: Be Yoga Japan, 4F ORE Hiroo Building, 5-10-26 Minami-azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo (see Google Maps)
Fees: 4,000 yen for each session; 10,000 yen for three days
Language: Japanese


Kumiko Mack, a certified instructor at Be Yoga Japan, Hiroo, Tokyo

Kumiko Mack

Kumiko Mack is the owner of Be Yoga Japan, a yoga studio located in Tokyo’s Minami-azabu district. As the foremost teacher of ISHTA Yoga in Japan, she leads both 200 and 500 hour instructor training courses that are registered with the Yoga Alliance, in addition to giving a wide variety of workshops. A resident of New York since 1987, Kumiko continues to study Tantra under her teacher, Alan Finger, founder of ISHTA Yoga, and was bestowed the title of Yogiraj from Alan in 2011.


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