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Join weekly English-speaking classes in mini-groups, with experienced teacher and in cozy atmosphere.
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Upcoming Classes
Jivamukti Open 90'
June 4, Saturday
13:15 - 14:45
May 28, Saturday
10:15 - 11:45
Jivamukti Open 90'
Jivamukti Open 90'
13:15 - 14:45
May 14, Saturday
Will be back to Tokyo on July, 15th - stay tuned for updates.
Jivamukti Open 90'
May 21, Saturday
10:15 - 11:45
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Class Types
Jivamukti Yoga Beginner Vinyasa
Slow-moving, deep exploratory class that will provide you with the underlying basics of how a vinyasa practice works. Vinyasa is a method of practicing asana (physical poses), where the asanas are presented in a sequence, flowing one to the next. The practice focuses on aligning one’s breath and spiritual intention with movement. This class is suitable for any level of practitioners of any yoga style.
Class duration ≈ 60 min.
Jivamukti Yoga Open Class
Class duration ≈ 60 to 90 min.
Recommended for beginner and intermediate level practitioners of any yoga method. You are working in a united breath rhythm led by the teacher, under his voice instructions. Teacher does not demonstrate the asanas, but gives verbal instructions while assisting the practitioners. Class duration may vary from 60 to 90 min. Please check the schedule.
Jivamukti Yoga Spiritual Warrior
Class duration ≈ 60 min.
One of the signature Jivamukti classes. This class is dynamic and can definitely be described as the one ‘which will make you more fit’. Class structure - fixed sequence of postures, which include warm-up, few rounds of Sun Salutation (Surya Namaskar), standing asanas, forward bends, twists, inversions, meditation and of course final Savasana. Fixed sequence allows one to learn it by heart after a few classes and to use it at home or while traveling.
Jivamukti Yoga Basics
Class duration ≈ 90 min.
While Open and Spiritual Warrior classes are focused on vinyasa, during Basics classes - detailed alignment of asanas is emphasised. Practitioners learning the correct technique and alignment, as well as usage of props. Basic class gives necessary structure which will allow to practice safely and mindfully on Open Class.
Jivamukti Yoga is a contemporary method of yoga practice. Born and created in New York and now placed among 8 of the main styles currently practiced in the world.

What is Jivamukti Yoga ?

Jivamukti metod
The Jivamukti Method is grounded in the original meaning of the Sanskrit word asana as "seat, connection" - relationship to the Earth. Earth implies all of life. Citing the ancient philosophy, Patanjali's Yoga Sutra, which states that Asana should be sthira and sukham. Jivamukti Yoga maintains that ones relationship to others (asana) should be mutually beneficial and come from a steady (sthira) or constant place of joy, ease (sukham).

This is a radical idea that, when put into practice, has the potential to invert and dismantle the modus operandi of our present society. The current global destruction is based on the idea that Earth all the animals and most humans exist solely for our benefit of the some over the many, the exploitation of Earth for solely selfish purposes.

If we practice yoga asana as more than a physical exercise to keep ones body fit or to increase strength and flexibility; it becomes a way to improve one's relationship to all others and thus lead to enlightenment the dissolution of the sense of separateness, the realization of the oneness of being, the discovery of lasting happiness for oneself comes from integration and concern for others.

Official Jivamukti website
Five tenets
This core philosophy is expressed through 5 tenets, which form the foundation of Jivamukti Yoga. Jivamukti teachers embody these tenets so that they color all of his or her teachings whether in Fundamentals classes, Open classes, other classes, workshops, or even just interactions with others in the Jivamukti community.

Each of the five tenets should be clearly identifiable in every Open class, even though the names of the tenets may not actually be spoken. By doing this, students learn not to see asana as separate from spiritual study or chanting or meditation, but rather to integrate all of the elements that make up Jivamukti Yoga into one unified practice. This provides for a well-rounded approach to our goal—enlightenment through compassion for all beings.

Ahisma
A nonviolent, compassionate lifestyle extending to other animals, the environment and all living beings, emphasizing ethical vegetarianism (veganism) and animal rights.

Bhakti
Acknowledgment that God/Self-realization is the goal of all yoga practices; can be expressed through chanting, the setting of a high intention for the practice or other devotional practices.

Dhyana
Meditation: connecting to that eternal unchanging reality within.

Nada
The development of a sound body and mind through deep listening; can be incorporated in a class using recorded music, spoken word, silence or even the teacher's voice.

Shastra
Study of the ancient yogic teachings, including Sanskrit chanting, drawn from the Focus of the Month to the extent possible.
Focus of the month
Each month one of the Jivamukti Yoga leading teachers suggests a theme to comprehend and study, known as 'Focus Of The Month'. This theme is integrated in the Jivamukti classes worldwide and unites us all under the umbrella of one thought.

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Born in Siberia, an active practitioner of various traditional yoga styles: from Iyengar to Ashtanga with more than 9 years of experience.

Yulia Urutina

Certified Jivamukti Yoga Teacher
Fell in love with a depth and subtlety of method under the guidance of the honored Jivamukti Yoga teachers: Olga Oskorbina (Barcelona) and Anna Lunegova (Moscow), in her classes Yulia inspires students to become aware not only of the body but to understand the work of the mind.
In the turbulent 2020 not only she is quitting the job in one of biggest world corporations, but most importantly becoming a certified Jivamukti Yoga teacher and moving to Tokyo.
She believes that yoga practice goes beyond the physical forms on a mat, but can and should be applied to all aspects of living.

Location

Brighton Studio Daikanyama

〒150-0032 Tokyo, Shibuya City, 渋谷区
Uguisudanicho, 1−2 PAL bldg 3F&RF

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Q&A about classes
Do I have to register in advance?
Yes, try to register via form at least 12h before the class to guarantee that there is a spot available.

Hygiene and clothes:
Please use appropriate clean attire and wear a top for hygiene reasons. It is also more comfortable for teachers to give you a good assist if you have a shirt on.

If you use our mat, please clean it with the cleaning products provided in the room after you use it. If the mat is very wet, let it on the floor to dry. We encourage you to bring your own mat if you practice regularly.

Punctuality:
With respect to your practice and concentration of other practitioners in the room try to be on time or even few minutes before the class. If it so happened that you are late and arrive during dharma talk or chanting please enter quietly and sit down, and only place your mat once asana part of the class begins.

Can I eat and drink before the practice?
We recommend not eating for a minimum of 2 hours before practice. Drinking is fine, but refrain drinking during the practice.

Can I do yoga if I'm injured or sick?
Please consult your doctor or health physician in relation to any injuries. However if you are sick or feeling unwell, please stay at home to prevent contamination."