Currently, yoga is not only extremely popular all over the world, but has also become a kind of synonym for rather “vague” disciplines aimed at achieving the integration of consciousness and the body in a person. Of course, traditional Indian yoga is a unique teaching, which has rendered significant influence on many spiritual practices. But it is worth noting that in Western countries it is gradually turning into an esoteric equivalent of fitness. Japanese yoga, or Shin-shin-toyotsu-do, whose great master Nakamura Tempu is called the “father”, has retained its uniqueness and is a harmonious synthesis of western and eastern practice. This book is not available in connection with the complaint of the copyright holder.