Mindfulness and meditation with the body through Tantrayana practices
Feel your body with Lu Jong, Tibetan Healing Yoga
Lu Jong is an ancient Tibetan practice that means body training. The practice comes from the Tibetan Buddhist and Bön traditions and combines form, movement, and breath in a flowing, body-centered mindfulness practice. It is based in Tibetan medicine, and has many benefits for physical, mental, and emotional health.
This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang, who introduced the practice of Lu Jong to the West. Prior to this, he received many years of teachings from masters of different Tibetan Buddhist schools. In this way, he was able to collect these precious exercises and modify them to adapt to Western needs. The result is an extensive program of physical movements, which bring our bodies and minds into balance. The practice of Lu Jong is suitable for all ages and physical abilities. While the movements of Lu Jong are simple, they can surely change your life.
Feel your power with Tog Chöd, Wisdom Sword practice
Based on the famous Tibetan meditation techniques of the Yaman dances, in conjunction with the movements of the Kalachakra, Tulku Lobsang has developed the powerful Tog Chöd technique.
Tog Chöd, the Wisdom Sword practice, is a combination of body postures, movements and visualizations. This meditative practice empowers us to reduce our fears and expectations, dissolve our mental imprints and overcome our negative emotions. This is because with Tog Chöd, you learn to cut through your thoughts. In this way, we can sever our attachments to concepts such as truth and fear. Doing this enables us to prevent our thoughts from needlessly wandering into the past or the future, so that we may live in the present moment.
With only 13 certified Lu Jong teachers and 6 certified Tog Chöd teachers in North American, the practices are not well known yet. I am excited and honored to share these practices for the benefit of all beings.
Lu Jong classes are currently running. Tog Chöd classes will be starting in September 2019. Feel free to contact me for more information.