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Special Yoga Presentations

Author:Author unknown, Issue: April 2000, Topic: Sports

In May, one of the world's renowned yoga masters and teachers, Sushil Bhattacharya, will come to Tsukuba to offer yoga workshops. Yoga is an ancient system of physical and mental exercises aimed at bringing union to the body, mind and spirit. It has nothing to do with any religion or cult. If you have any interest in increasing your strength and flexibility, in balancing the spiritual, emotional and physical aspects of yourself, or in finding simple exercises that can make you happier and healthier, then you might enjoy meeting Sushil. We also hope that his program contributes to building and developing our healthy international community. Sushil has been teaching in Japan for many years, and he gave yoga workshops in Tsukuba in October 1999 for the first time. This short visit was very successful among Japanese and foreign participants. They invited Sushil to come back in May for a longer program. This two week program in May offers a variety of classes for participants at all yoga levels, including beginners. For further information, check out his web site at http://www.saptayoga.com. To register (space is limited), contact Svetlana or Paul at 56-0260 (tel/fax) or email at lambrozo[at]yahoo.com.

Schedule: Two intensive weekends, 4/29-30 and 5/13-14; Five-day intensive retreat near Mt. Tsukuba 5/3-7; Two week intensive teachers training 4/29-5/14; Workshops during weekdays 5/8-12. (Note: schedule changes might occur)

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