JayaDojo plays on a couple of eastern concepts:
jaya — (from sanskrit जय ) conquer, victory, mastery.
dōjō — (from japanese 道場) literally “place of the way”. Initially it used to refer to a place where buddhist or taoist monks conducted their rites, but later also used for martial arts, and other discipline based tradition practice spaces.
We see JayaDojo as— “a practice space to cultivate the process of mastery via first understanding then overcoming personal obstacles.”
The JayaDojo practices spaces are located inside YogaJaya studio in central Tokyo.