How to Become an IJYA Member
Recently formed in 2013, membership in the IJYA is FREE. Members only need to provide their basic contact information and e-mail address to join. They receive an attractive membership certificate and a subscription to the IJYA Journal, the publication of the Kokusai Nihon Yoga Renmei. Qualified members are also eligible for teaching certification from the IJYA HQ in Japan. Our not for profit association will never give your contact information/e-mail address to other parties.
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The worldwide IJYA Journal is a members only publication of the Kokusai Nihon Yoga Renmei (IJYA). The journal is published periodically, and it offers instruction in Japanese yoga, meditation, and healing arts to the general public. The goal is to make the teachings of Nakamura Tempu Sensei available to a larger audience than has been the case in the past, with a particular emphasis on making his Japanese yoga available to more people in Western nations. The IJYA Journal is your chance to learn important mind and body unification principles that can help you in most every aspect of life.
IJYA members receive discounts at all IJYA events and public seminars. Every member receives an attractive membership certificate, written in Japanese and English, and signed by President Sawai, one of the top students of Nakamura Tempu Sensei. All members receive our publication the IJYA Journal, and free back issues are sent to you when you register as an IJYA member. Qualified members can obtain three different levels of teaching certification from the IJYA HQ in Kyoto, along with bilingual certificates bearing President Sawai's signature and seals.
The IJYA is the world's first nonprofit association devoted to Nakamura Tempu Sensei's Japanese yoga to offer 100% free membership. Human beings have a tremendous latent potential that's waiting to be unearthed. Nakamura Sensei discovered the extraordinary energy of mind and body unification beside an ancient waterfall in the Himalayan mountains, allowing him to heal from tuberculosis and manifest a new state of consciousness. Upon his return to Japan, he created a new path called Shin-shin-toitsu-do: "The Way of Mind and Body Unification." A form of Japanese yoga and meditation, Shin-shin-toitsu-do unearths our buried talents and rarely realized potential. Join the International Japanese Yoga Association and learn how the principles of mind and body coordination taught by Nakamura Tempu Sensei can lead you toward better health, deeper calmness, stronger concentration, and greater willpower.