Shinshin-Toitsu-Do | Japanese Yoga

Published: May 5, 2021 | Updated: May 2, 2022

by TraditionalBodywork.com
eBook - Japanese Massage and Bodywork Book - Abdominal Massage eBook - Thai Healing Arts Reference Book eBook - Chinese Massage and Bodywork eBook - Tantric and Taoist Massage and Bodywork Book - Ayurvedic Massages

Shinshin-Toitsu-Do | Japanese Yoga

Shinshin-toitsu-do was founded by Nakamura Tempu (1876 – 1968). The practice is also known as “Japanese Yoga,” and is a combination of Raja Yoga and Karma Yoga, and includes meditation exercises.

The goal of Shinshin-toitsu-do is supplying a method of “unifying body and mind” to realize our true nature as human beings.

Three elements are important to reach unification:

  • Training to reveal the nature of positivity (optimism);
  • Reformation of the subconscious;
  • Regulating and maintaining a balanced condition in the nervous system.

The practice itself focuses on four basic principles to unify mind and body:

  • Using the mind in a positive way;
  • Using the mind with full concentration;
  • Using the body naturally;
  • Training the body gradually, systematically and continuously.

by TraditionalBodywork.com
eBook - Japanese Massage and Bodywork Book - Abdominal Massage eBook - Thai Healing Arts Reference Book eBook - Chinese Massage and Bodywork eBook - Tantric and Taoist Massage and Bodywork Book - Ayurvedic Massages

See All Our Publications

Related Articles
Shiatsu Massage
Shiatsu Massage
Japanese Traditional Medicine | Kampo
Japanese Traditional Medicine | Kampo
What is Tao Yin? | Daoyin
What is Tao Yin? | Daoyin
Traditional Self-Care Practices
Traditional Self-Care Practices
Jin Shin Jyutsu
Jin Shin Jyutsu
Japanese Sekkotsu | Traditional Bone Setting
Japanese Sekkotsu | Traditional Bone Setting