Emil Wendel at YogaJaya in Tokyo

Emil Wendel: Pranayama & Beyond Tokyo 2019

October 19, 2019 - October 27, 2019
Tags : | hatha yoga | meditation | pranayama | yoga history | yoga philosophy

Pranayama & Guided Meditation: A Step-by-Step Approach
October 19 - 25

 

Morning Practice Immersion
Saturday(10/19) & Sunday(10/20): 8:00-9:30
Monday to Friday (10/21~10/25): 6:45-8:15

Through the application of Prânâyâma in daily practice, it is said that the yogin starts to refine an internal journey to self-realization.

During this week-long morning immersion, Emil endeavors to help support each student find her or his own pace to develop a personal practice.

Some of the breathing techniques introduced throughout the week are common to all schools of Prânâyâma.

The guided meditation offered each day has a specific focus on refining the qualities of stillness in practice. The sessions will draw on insights from the disciplines of Râja-Yoga:  Âsana, Prânâyâma, Pratyâhâra, and Dhâranâ.

This immersion is open to all levels, from beginner students right up to long-time practitioners of Yoga.
(7 Mornings of consecutive practice: October 19-25, 2019)

Pricing:
(10% off all listed pricing until July 31. Details below.)
Single Day Drop-In (see package pricing below):
Non-Member: ¥6000
Member: ¥5500
YJAT: ¥5300


Yoga Philosophy Weekend Seminars
October 26 & 27

 

A History of Yoga in Pictures:
From the Beginnings in Ancient India to Modern Postural Yoga
Saturday, October 26, 2019 (3 hours, 10:30 ~ 13:30)

Emil will guide us through the history of Yoga, using images that will help participants visualize the concepts. The seminar will directly correlate with Emil`s 40+ years of experience working, researching and practicing in India and Nepal.

This seminar is educational for all levels, from beginner students right up to long-time practitioners of Yoga.

Pricing:
(10% off all listed pricing until July 31. Details below.)
Non-Member: ¥7300
Member: ¥7000
YJAT: ¥6800

 

What does 'Modern Yoga’ mean? -
How does Yoga practice today differ from classical Yoga?
Sunday, October 27, 2019 (3 hours, 10:30 ~ 13:30)

This philosophy seminar goes deeper into the question of identity regarding our practice. We look at the main differences between ancient classical Yoga and the more recent forms that have become popular. In the second half of this seminar, we shall look at how we can make sense of the countless modern schools that offer Yoga, and choose wisely between the options.

This seminar is aimed at practitioners and teachers that yearn for a deeper understanding of their practice.

Pricing:
(10% off all listed pricing until July 31. Details below.)
Non-Member: ¥7300
Member: ¥7000
YJAT: ¥6800


Morning Practice Immersion Package Pricing:

Weekend Package (10/19 & 10/20)
Non-Member: ¥10000
Member: ¥9600
YJAT: ¥9200

5 Weekday Package (10/21~10/25)
Non-Member: ¥22000
Member: ¥21600
YJAT: ¥21200

7 Day Package (10/19~10/25)
Non-Member: ¥28000
Member: ¥27600
YJAT: ¥27200

Yoga Philosophy Weekend Seminar Package Pricing:

10/26 & 10/27
Non-Member: ¥13600
Member: ¥13000
YJAT: ¥12600

Pranayama & Beyond Package Pricing: Morning Immersion + Weekend Seminars.(Limited: 10 Spots):

10/19~10/27
Non-Member: ¥38600
Member: ¥37600
YJAT: ¥36800

Limited Early Bird Pricing for All Sessions:

10% off all listed pricing for the first 40 purchases of any of the modules.
**Valid until either a total of 40 purchases with coupons have been made across all the events, or, up to July 31, 2019. Coupons can only be used 1 time only at check out.

Log in or create an account to access your corresponding listed pricing. 10% off coupon code can be found on your dashboard after login.


Featured Lecturer

Emil Wendel

Philosophy Scholar | ERYT500 | Beyond The Asana: Director

Emil Wendel was born in Switzerland and has been living in Asia since the mid-seventies, studying Sanskrit and Indian...


Location:

YogaJaya
1 Chome-25-11 Ebisunishi Shibuya, Tokyo 1500021 Japan + Google Map
Website: yogajaya.com
Note : DISCOUNTED PRICE - All payments are non-refundable. - Anyone who is registered and paid-up for a workshop may transfer their purchase to another person to another person (a fee payment difference would be incurred between YogaJaya members, non-members, and YJAT). Only one substitute is allowed to replace one registered person per workshop. The registered participant must e-mail YogaJaya, identifying the session(s) they will not be attending and ask the person they would like to transfer their tickets to create an account on the YogaJaya website. The registered participant must thereafter provide the exact name and email address that their substitute used to create an account on the YogaJaya website to YogaJaya to initiate the transfer. REGULAR PRICING - A full refund (minus PayPal/credit card/bank handling fees) up to 5 days prior to the scheduled session starting time. - 50% refund (minus PayPal/credit card/bank handling fees) from 5 days to 24 hours prior to the scheduled session starting time. - Less than 24 hours: No refund.