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Family yoga camp in Japan, July 21-23, 2009

Monday, June 15th, 2009

Kundalini Yoga Family Camp in Ikoma, Japan 2009

We are happy to announce that the first Japanese Kundalini yoga camp

will be held at the Ikoma mountain this summer!  Your whole family

can enjoy yogic healthy camp with certified Kundalini yoga teachers

(American/Japanese). Are you:

* looking for the yoga experience in the nature?

* interested in integrating the yogic healthy life style?

* searching for something different this summer ?

               * ready to make more yoga friends in other areas? 

Time:      July 21 Tue. 15:00- July 23 Thur. 15:00

Place:     Kundalini yoga center   2313-395 Nabata-cho,

                Ikoma city, Nara Pref. 630-0231 Japan

                          Kintetsu-Nara Line, Ikoma station. Take  the Cable car (0743-73-2121)

                         1 min. walk  from the station to Kasumigaoka.  Then walk 1min. to the center


「暮らしホリスティック」12月25日出版! ( A new book is published! )

Wednesday, December 31st, 2008

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子育ての間に書き綴った「暮らしホリスティックーエコの国 ドイツ・ドレスデン便り」が12月25日(クリスマス!)せせらぎ出版より出版されました。



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日本  81 (0)58-247-4818





海外でのひらがな学習とシュタイナー教育(Learning Japanese abroad in a Waldorf way)

Tuesday, September 16th, 2008


Who gives this snow? (My son’s account) 「誰が雪を降らせるか」―長男の話(英語)

Thursday, December 28th, 2006

My older son was very excited to see the snow falling down today. He kept saying aloud, “I love snowy days, ’cause I get to make snow men and play outside!” with his twinkling eyes. He just could not wait to go outside to taste the first snow (It was the second snow in the season, but today was a real “snowy” day.)


あしたの国ルドルフ・シュタイナー学園小学校 New Waldorf school in Japan -Japanese

Tuesday, December 19th, 2006




死から学ぶ命の尊さ(友人の子供達の話から) Lessons from life and death (My friend’s children’s story) -Japanese

Friday, December 15th, 2006


Tree spirits (my son’s story)

Wednesday, December 13th, 2006

My older son (5 year old) told me a story in the car on our way home from his kindergarten today. We were talking about his trip to the nearby forest with his class. Then he started:
“So, do you know there is a spirit (kami-sama in Japanese) in every tree?”