During the last 15 years, I have learned Balinese massage and studied aromatherapy, macrobiotic nutrition, Chinese medicine and yoga. I had my own studio as a therapist and supported women in search for a new lifestyle based on women’s health and beauty – all rooted in ancient wisdom.
From 2011 to 2013, I ran a vegetarian cafe and yoga studio called “The Yoga Place” in Bangkok, Thailand, where I was a chef and the main yoga teacher.
Since then, I have traveled to Thailand, Indonesia, Bhutan, Nepal, China and many other countries for Yoga Teacher Trainings, and have gained in-depth knowledge about a wide range of cultural and religious traditions across Asia. I have found that Asian countries have great wisdom that has developed hundreds and thousands of years.
Being Japanese, the roots of my soul are in the Asian culture. I’m leading Yin Yoga Japan https://www.yinyogajapan.com/ across Japan as a Yin Yoga teacher. My approach is a challenging teaching style that combines both ancient Chinese wisdom and the latest Fascia research from Sports Science. There are many similarities with the teachings of White Tiger Qigong.
I am convinced that the way we create, use and store energy with this Qigong offers many answers to the questions I’ve been looking for. Studying and practicing White Tiger Qigong helps me to deepen my learnings of Eastern traditions and culture and provides an opportunity to study continuously and to keep sharing my knowledge with the world.