Why do we need meditation right now?
In this new era of excess information, we all live in a world full of stress. If you feel fatigued even after sleeping, if your mind can't rest, if you can't stop worrying or thinking anxious thoughts, or if you spend your time operating at maximum speed, I recommend mindfulness meditation that can help you reset. Mindfulness meditation is a great way to get away from feeling overwhelmed and can help you to center your mind so that you can live in mindfulness in every moment without worrying about past or future events.
It also allows you to make better choices in your daily life by maintaining a simple and clear state of mind. The Nirmal Method of Mindfulness Meditation balances the left and right hemispheres of your brain, bringing your outward-focused awareness inward to the present moment, calming your mind and achieving stillness.
Since scientific evidence demonstrating the benefits of meditation on the mind and body was first published in the United States, meditation has been adopted by many executives, business people and IT professionals, including Steve Jobs.
In recent years, not only people with high stress levels have wanted to improve their mental core, but also a growing number of housewives, students, and other ordinary people have made meditation a part of their daily routine as a form of "mental fitness". In this way a new world leads from your imagination to your creation.
Beautiful thoughts create a beautiful world.
By this technique our goal is to help each person's wellness lead to world peace.
This program is divided into three courses:
Meditation for the Body
Meditation for the Mind
Meditation for Soul (willpower)
Meditation Teacher Test
Upon completion of the Basic Course, students who have completed the Basic Course will receive a certificate, and upon completion of the Intermediate Course and the Meditation Teacher Test, they will be awarded the SUWARU Certified Meditation Teacher Certification.
Only those who have taken the Basic Course are eligible to take the Intermediate Course.
After, you could work with us as a teacher or we could dispatch you to companies. (A separate exam is required.)
Subjects to be covered:
Anxiety and stress.
How to prepare yourself through mindfulness
Learning more about meditation
How to teach meditation and make it your career
How to put mindfulness to work
What to do if you've tried meditation before but couldn't follow through with it
Beginners are welcome (no previous meditation experience is required)
A 68-page text and an online starter kit (Mala for Mantra Meditation)
You can choose to attend sessions in the studio or via live, real-time online sessions (ZOOM) with direct interaction and Q&A with Nirmal.
In an easy-to-understand format for beginners as well as for those who have already been meditating on their own, we will learn about what meditation is, how it began and how it has changed over time as well as the overall benefits of meditation. In the afternoon, we will learn about the different types of meditation and its unique benefits, in particular, we will be introduced to the specific practice of mindfulness meditation and how to incorporate it into our daily lives. This course will provide a fresh look at meditation even for those who have experienced it in the past.
Before each meditation, we will do some stretches, nasal breathing and Soham breathing to get your mind and body into the right state for meditation.
The second day's classroom session will provide a solid grounding in how to prepare for and observe entry into meditation in order to make it easier to begin meditating. You will also be introduced to a variety of tips on how to use meditation in your daily life and how to apply it to business success. The afternoon lecture will cover the importance and role of the breath and will deepen your understanding of the Yoga Nidra, the ultimate in relaxation. This will be followed by the practice of Yoga Nidra to experience a sense of stability and de-stressing in the mind and body.
On the third day, we will learn how to make meditation a habit to keep. By the afternoon, we will have an in-depth understanding of mantra meditation and will all actually meditate with a mantra to experience the stillness of the mind. There will be plenty of time to practice the meditation techniques you have learned so far to make them your own. Each session is also an important time for the group to share their questions and impressions, and to deepen their understanding.
In the morning classroom session, we will be introduced to scientific data on how the brain works during meditation. We will also learn how meditation can be used in society and the various uses of meditation. In the practice session, you will learn about Tratak meditation and how to improve your mind's ability to focus. You will learn about the properties, colors, mantras, elements and effects of each of the seven chakras, and then will practice chakra meditation. At the end of the course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion.
You can choose to study in the studio or online
Weekend classes in October : Saturday and Sunday
October 10th, 11th, 17th and 18th
9:30 am - 5:00 pm daily.
Place: 5-4-16 EAT PLAY WORKS 4F, Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Basic Course (4 days)
80,000 yen (tax not included)
(30 hours total, textbook and certificate included)
Trial Course - 1 day
20,000 yen (tax not included)
(choose one day from the course)
Various people have taken this course so far.
Yoga teachers and sports coaches
Beauty and cosmetic professionals
Health care workers working in medicine, nursing and welfare
Executives working in IT, trading and advertising
Mothers struggling to raise their children
People who want to change some aspect of their lives
People who are having a hard time with something ailing them daily
Self-taught meditators who want to deepen their meditation practices
Dr. Nirmal Raj Gyawali.
Nirmal entered the world of yoga at age 9 back in his homeland Nepal, inspired by his grandfather Yogacharya Dr. Kashi Raj Uphadhayaya, the founder and owner of Arogya Ashram Nepal near the holy temple of Pashupati Nath.
At 15 he began his yogic career instructing Nepalese royalty and governmental officials. Nirmal completed his diploma in Hatha Yoga and Naturopathy at age 17 and at 22 he received his Ph.D. in Yoga Meditation while studying Business Management at the prestigious Tribhuvan University in Nepal.
An entrepreneur, professional educator and meditation researcher, Nirmal has lectured and taught in 20 countries for almost 30 years and has trained over 100 yoga and meditation teachers since coming to Japan in 2003. He founded Suwaru Corporation in 2019.
He offers numerous meditation and mindfulness techniques as well as the Nirmal Method of Mindfulness Meditation.
He has had books published by Shogakukan, and has appeared in numerous media outlets including TED.
Nepal Arogya Ashram
Yoga Meditation Ph.D.
Yoga Alliance America
Yoga Alliance Australia
In this course, he will share essential and cutting edge methods that have been re-imagined
with a scientific approach.
International Sports Federation official
When I started meditating, I realized that I was very tired. I had pretty much bullied myself into thinking that I should always be doing more and that the reason I couldn't do more was because I wasn't trying hard enough.
Through meditation, I learned to accept myself as I am, to forgive, to work hard, and to love. Furthermore, I have come to realize that there are things I am willing to let go of in order to do so.
For me, meditation is a way to identify the "waves" of life and prepare to ride them successfully in order to live my own life better.
Foreign bank employee
Since I started meditating continuously, I have become much more mentally stable and able to see myself objectively.
Also, I have come to accept myself as a whole, as well as reality, including its difficulties. Now I can imagine what I can do to overcome them. The same is true for my hobby of strength training.
Meditation has also had a tremendous effect on my recovery from a long term eating disorder.
Nirmal meditation is one of the best and most essential tools in life that will allow you to live your days in peace and to maximize your personal power.
Meditating like brushing your teeth, like breathing. Get back to your true self...
That's my meditation habit.
Venture Business Management
Vice president of a Beauty school
I have been working on my own meditation for some time now, but I wanted to attend a class to learn the right techniques and to learn a deeper and more meaningful meditation.
This course is like a business school where knowledge, skills and philosophy are woven into the fabric of the course so that each student can learn how to incorporate this knowledge immediately and continue to do so when they return to their daily lives.
I feel that the Nirmal Method is highly effective as a way of organizing my thoughts, which tend to get busy when running multiple businesses at the same time or when it is time to start up a new business.
Creator and Instructor of popular Ayurvedic cooking classes Sponsored by Ayurda
Thanks to my meditation practice, I'm realizing what it means to be in a state of mindfulness.
Not only in my personal life, but also in my professional life, I feel that I am able to focus on what I want and can make it happen faster because I am able to calmly perceive and concentrate on what I do.
I feel that now I can better focus only on what I want to achieve and can make it happen more quickly.
I am very happy that I have been able to make meditation a part of my daily routine.
Yoga Meditation instructor
Chopra center PSM Teacher
I remember attending my first yoga class with Nirmal, where I experienced meditation for the first time in my life and was struck by how much space there was inside of me.
Since then, I have found that meditation is so effective on a whole level - mind, body and soul - that I became a meditation teacher to share its benefits with more people.
Nirmal meditation is an indispensable tool in my life that will always keep me in a peaceful and happy state of mind and body.
I think of meditation as a version of self-coaching.
Initially, I viewed meditation as something lofty, but I've learned that it's a training exercise to help me observe and control my body and mind in an ideal direction.
I am less likely to make decisions based on my emotions at work, and in my personal life I am able to notice small happinesses.
I want to continue to meditate and be my own coach.