Programma Amsterdam

Wekelijkse lessen in de Dojo in Amsterdam, van Ostadestraat 387.

Programme Amsterdam

Mizue Tamaki’s weekly lessons

Tuesday 18:30 – 20:00, mixed class
Course 1: September 12, Sept 19, Sept 26, October 3, Oct 10, Oct 17, Oct 31
Noriko Yabata will substitute Mizue.

Wednesday 9:30 – 11:00, women’s class
Course 2: September 20, Sept 27, October 4, Oct 11, Oct 18, November 1
Monika Stepak will substitute Mizue.

course 1 = € 105,- (7 lessons)
course 2 = € 90,- (6 lessons)

strippenkaart valid for one year (or longer, in case Corona rules prohibit yoga lessons)
185 euro for 10 lessons
78 euro for 4 lessons
21,50 euro for 1 lesson (not for new people)

For new people:
30 euro: try out of 2 lessons
Payments to: NL41 INGB 0004 5206 46, Mizue Tamaki, Amsterdam

van Ostadestraat 387
tram 3, 4

5 minutes walking from metro Wibautstraat

Preferably contact by email:
tel: + 31 20 675 5336 (Tues/Wed)

Students’ remarks:
Mizue doesn’t teach many Asana’s, but ‘I went back to my hatha yoga class and I was amazed that I could do easily Asana’s I had not been able to do well before, and without forcing. I had an endless list of successful results in performing Asana’s after her class.’ (Astangha – Iyengar yoga practitioner)

Mizue is not a meditation teacher but ‘I can sit much better without pain in meditation.’ (meditation practitioner of several years)

Mizue is not a specialist in breathing, but ‘I have never experienced that air can fill the lungs so fully from corner to corner.’ (certified breathing therapist)

Mizue does not know Taichi, but ‘I can now practise Taichi without the knee pain I had for a long time.’ (Taichi practitioner)

Private lessons

I enjoy giving private lessons either based on the questions on how to perform asanas precisely or arrange a set of exercises for individual need. The price is about equivalent to 3 lessons: 50 euro incl. BTW. You get homework which you can practise at home.

Mizue Tamaki

Mizue Tamaki has been teaching Okido Yoga in Europe for more than 40 years. She prefers to work with small groups, so she can give personal attention to everyone.
She traveled with master Oki as his translator in many countries and is now busy translating his books. She translated B.K.S. Iyengar’s “Light on Yoga” and “Light on Pranayama” into Japanese.
Studying from Noëlle Perez – founder of the ‘Institute Superieur d’aplomb’ – since 1979, helped her to better understand one of the aspects of Masahiro Oki’s teaching of the Natural Body and so increase the effects of asana’s and various exercises. To regain the natural angle of the pelvis is an essential difference with most physical training and teachings in yoga schools.
She is coordinator for the residential Okido Yoga Dojo in Laren (Gld) and for the Teachers’ Training.