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Yoga & Traditional Bathhouse Afternoon Retreat

Saturday June 3rd 2023 | 1:30pm | Tokyo

Are you feeling exhausted after a long and hectic work week?

Need a break but don't want to travel too far?


Join me and my fellow yogi Beth Thomas for an afternoon yoga retreat right here in town! Take a moment to unwind, relax and rejuvenate with our experienced yoga instructors in a serene setting. No need to pack your bags or make travel arrangements - just bring your yoga mat and an open mind.

Date and Time


Saturday June 3rd 2023 from 1:30pm to 6:30pm

Higo-Hosogawa Garden pavilion (Bunkyo-ku)

Click here for the Google map link.

Closest station: Waseda Station, Edogawabashi Sation, Omokagebashi Station

Maximum capacity


13 participants

Meet at the garden's entrance at 1:00-1:15pm.

Doors to the pavilion open at 1:30pm

Yoga starts at 1:45pm with a calming yet energising breathwork, followed by a gentle Yin Yoga gradually building up to a dynamic Vinyasa Flow and partner work.

Yoga will end around 4:30pm with a short guided meditation & savasana.

Tea & refreshments will be served before we leave for the Toyokawa Yokusen at 5pm (5 minute walk from the garden).

Men and women will use separate baths at the traditional bathhouse.

What to bring

Yoga mat, hand towels (one for yoga and one for the bath), change of clothes if needed.

The traditional bathhouse will provide you with shampoo and body soap.


Payment method

¥7,500 including yoga, tea & refreshments. If you would like to participate in the bath activity, please bring an additional ¥500 in cash. 

Pay online with Paypal or credit cards

Paypay (ID: beetee)

If you booked with the option of paying in person, your spot won't be confirmed until payment has been made. If you need to cancel, please make sure to do so at least 24 hours in advance to avoid being forfeited.

Photo Option


About Beth

Our photographer-yogi Shintaro (IG: @shinaplus) will be at the retreat, practicing yoga and taking photos for us. Group photos will be shared with you afterwards. For an additional ¥2,000 you have the option to have five individual photos taken during your practice at the retreat. You will pay this amount directly to Shintaro on the retreat day. If you are interested, please leave a note during your booking. This is a great price for photos taken by a professional photographer. We have worked with Shintaro many times for our yoga sessions and always loved his photos. Since he is also a passionate yogi, he really knows the good angles for yoga photos. Take this opportunity to keep the memories of your blissed yoga moments.

If you don't want to have your photos taken or appear in group photos, please leave us a note during your booking.

If you have any food or drink allergies, please let us know.

Beth is a Yoga Alliance 200-hour yoga instructor from the UK who's been teaching for five years in Tokyo, in English, French and Japanese. She's practiced yoga seriously for about 17 years.  

She's committed to yoga because of the way it melds the physical
practice together with breathwork and meditation. No matter how hard she works, she knows she will always finish the yoga practice feeling calm and energized. 

With 25 years of experience of working as international journalist, she finds that yoga helps her to deal with stressful situations, and has improved her outlook on life at difficult times. She strongly believes that yoga is for everyone.

Find Beth on her Instagram @yogaraku.

Reserve your spot now and give yourself the gift of a peaceful and restorative yoga retreat close to home.


Hope to see you there.


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