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Oct
21
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Oct 21 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Nov
11
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Nov 11 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Nov
18
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Nov 18 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Nov
25
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Nov 25 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Dec
2
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Dec 2 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Dec
9
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Dec 9 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Dec
16
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Dec 16 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Dec
23
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Dec 23 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Dec
30
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Dec 30 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Jan
6
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Jan 6 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Jan
13
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Jan 13 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Jan
20
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Jan 20 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Jan
27
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Jan 27 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Feb
3
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Feb 3 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Feb
10
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Feb 10 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Feb
17
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Feb 17 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Feb
24
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Feb 24 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Mar
3
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Mar 3 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Mar
10
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Mar 10 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.

 

Mar
17
Sun
Lu Jong: Tibetan Healing Yoga
Mar 17 @ 8:00 am – 9:15 am

DESCRIPTION

The Lu Jong practice is a series of body movements that developed more than 8000 years ago in Tibet. Lu Jong originates in the Buddhist Tantrayana and Bön traditions, and is based in Tibetan Medicine. Through the combination of position, movement and breath, Lu Jong opens the channels in the body and mobilizes misdirected energy. In this way, the practice of Lu Jong helps to cultivate balance on the physical, mental and energetic levels.

On the physical level, the movements support the healing processes and also effectively combat disease. On a mental level, Lu Jong helps us overcome negative emotions like anger and craving in order to achieve emotional balance and increase our energy. On an energetic level, Lu Jong releases blockages and opens the subtle body channels. Reestablishing the proper flow of energy has profound consequences for the health of both body and mind. And when we open our channels, we open our hearts.

This form of Lu Jong originates in the lineage of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, 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. 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.

Come join John in a morning practice to open the body and mind.  You don’t need to know Lu Jong to join the class.  John will teach 21 Lu Jong movements as well as holding a regular practice.  Newcomers will receive handouts on the movements to help them with home practice. Other class material will include background material in Tibetan medicine and Tantrayana Buddhism.

Because Lu Jong originates in Tantrayana Buddhism and Bön, this morning practice is a great compliment to Lhoppön Rinpoche’s 10:00am teaching and meditation, offered at Mayu on Sunday mornings.

 

FORMAT

Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion

 

LEVEL

All levels welcome

 

PAYMENT

Donations are welcome to help cover the room rental.

 

RSVP

Drop-ins welcome

 

NOTES

Please arrive a few minutes early. Doors lock at 8:00!

Wear something comfortable and loose to move in. Yoga clothing is perfect.

Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Beverages in sealable containers only.

Silence electronics and remove shoes before entering the classroom.