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October 15, 2012 / martinezyoga

The Yoga of Learning Japanese

Mina san, kyo no katakana no kotoba wa…desu.

Everybody, today’s katakana word is…

Marason – a marathon (a race)

Arigatou.

Thank you.

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  1. Gary / Oct 19 2012 9:32 PM

    Thanks for sharing! I only recently started taking yoga classes, but in a short time it’s really led to some positive shifts, including more focus on my Japanese studies. If studying Japanese can be compared to a マラソン、maybe yoga has helped me to stop focusing on the finish line. The look and content of your blog remind me in the same way to just enjoy the journey. Ookini(Kyoto dialect for arigato)!

    • martinezyoga / Oct 22 2012 2:59 PM

      It’s about the journey; the process along the way. Not where you end up. That’s the yoga I teach and share with others. Thank you for reading my post! Arigatou gozaimashita! A student of Japanese for life am I!

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