If it is the stock configuration, you will need to remove the center bolt that goes through the bushing. When that bolt comes out, you will need to jack the engine up, and the engine side of the mount should lift straight off of the frame side of the mount.
If you start jacking, and it starts taking the car with it, you will likely need to free up the mount, which could be held together with corrosion.
If I was faced with a motor mount that was stuck together, I would jack up the motor, take some of the weight of the car with it, and then smack the frame side of the mount with a hammer and a block of wood. When it frees up, the car will drop back to the normal height.