Introducing our Restorative Yoga Classes

Mayumi Kuhara demonstrating a restorative yoga pose at Be Yoga Japan, Hiroo, Tokyo, Japan
Mayumi Kuhara demonstrating a restorative yoga pose at Be Yoga Japan, Hiroo, Tokyo, Japan


Unlike the standard yoga class, we will practice poses using various kinds of props.

We take around 10 minutes per pose, slowly relaxing with the props and our body weight, loosening the muscles and becoming very comfortable.

If you’re often thinking, “I don’t feel like moving actively,” or, “I’m so busy and tired every day,” then we recommend you try this class.

Come and escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life!

When: every Wednesday 12:30~14:00
Instructor: Mayumi Kuhara (teacher substitutes on Jul. 9th and 16th)
Venue: Be Yoga Japan, 4F ORE Hiroo Building, 5-10-26 Minami-azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo (see Google Maps)
Fees: Standard Class Fees apply
Language: Japanese


Mayumi Kuhara, a certified instructor at Be Yoga Japan, Hiroo, Tokyo

Mayumi Kuhara

  • Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher
  • Certified ISHTA Yoga Instructor (E-RYT500)
  • Certified ISHTA Yoga Maternity Yoga Instructor
  • Certified ISHTA Yoga Restorative Yoga Instructor
  • Teacher Training Course Senior Instructor
  • Singing Bowl Master Basic Course A Graduate

Mayumi first started self-educating and performing meditations and stretches in her early 20’s. During this time of her life, she felt unsatisfied and couldn’t cherish herself due to the stress from her unhealthy lifestyle. All this changed when she first encountered yoga, which fascinated her with its deep intelligence.

Learning to love and heal her mind and body by accepting many things in her life and learning to enjoy each day as it passes changed the way she viewed yoga and made her want as many people as possible to experience its rich benefits.

When her mother passed away, the rich sounds of crystal bowl healed her sadness and from that experience, Mayumi started learning and performing crystal bowl from Makino Ji Yuki. Performing crystal bowl in private as well as in events and taught her to spare time to confront herself.

From 2013, Mayumi transferred her base to the Shonan region, situated along the coast of Sagami Bay in central Japan.

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