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2018年6月 8日
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Eri's Hatha Yoga Class Special☆☆

Next week Eri's Hatha Bilingual Class is special!!
Naada in Sanskrit means "sound"."Sound" is one of the important component of Yoga.
We will have a special guest Rui next week in our Savasana in the end of the class. She will sing during our Savasana in the end of the class.
Savasana is all about "Let it go". Let's really experience your Savasana !

12th, June, Tue 6:30 pm (80min) Hatha Bilingual

Learn the essential yoga postures in a safe environment at a comfortable speed. These teachings aim to help establish the foundations for an effective and enjoyable Yoga practice. Students can expect to practice both passive and active Hatha Yoga exercises that establish physical and mental clarity and calmness. This class is structured to accommodate travelers and tourists. The class will be conducted bilingually. (EN/JP)

Teacher : Eri

Guest singer : Rui

Fee : If it's your first time, 3 trial tickets for ¥4,000 or 1 trial for ¥2,000

Drop in ticket ¥3,000, Any passes are valid.

Info/Reserve : studio@tamisa-yoga.com



Her first yoga experience was in Koh Phangan in Thailand. She accompanied a friend to a yoga class which wasn't exactly to her liking, but nevertheless sparked her curiosity to learn more about yoga. From 2011 to 2016 she lived in Canada. She learned Yoga in Vancouver, and mostly in Montreal luckily from some of the finest teachers.

She is the first Japanese student to become NYTT (Naada Yoga Teacher Training) certified at Naada Yoga Studio in Montreal. www.naada.ca During this time, she also learned English through her yoga training. Eri has had a consistent practice for over 4 years and has trained with a variety of teachers at Naada Yoga in Montreal, including Elizabeth Emberly who is the co-founder of Naada. Wanting to grow her practice, she also completed an additional 500hrs in the Professional Yoga Therapist Program. Her teachers included Rodney Yee, Colleen Saidman, Dr. Baxter Bell, Vickie Bell, Ann Dyer, François Raoult, Richard Rosen, Matthew Remski, Mark Singleton, Rolf Sovik, and Michael Stone. They provided her with the knowledge and inspiration to continue her training to this day.

Eri's teaching and personal practice is alignment focused with an emphasis towards a meditative approach. She is a practitioner both on and off the mat. Her journey is just beginning.



Rui was born in southern China and raised in Washington, D.C., U.S.A. She began sharing in the yoga community as an improvisational singer for meditation events, performing acoustically with a set of Tibetan bells. Nowadays she also tours regularly with ethnic improvisational musicians from Mongolia, Tibet, the Uyghur region, Greece, and various indigenous tribes. She trusts in the power of the voice and the body to remind us of our most primal, authentic and free self.