This is a special Lu Jong class that is being held in conjunction with Nangten Menlang International, Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche’s Buddhist Medical Center.
Dec 10-16 is Charity Week in which Teachers and Educators Certified in Rinpoche’s lineage offer classes to raise money for the Nying Drod charity.
John Nangle, Certified Lu Jong Teacher, is offering a 3-hour class on the Lu Jong movement practice. This will be a complete class in Lu Jong, including:
- An overview of Tibetan medicine and its relationship to Lu Jong
- The Nine Breaths technique for opening the central energy channels
- Instruction in all 21 movements in the Lu Jong 1 series, plus 5 relaxation positions and 2 bonus movements
- Handouts for all movements to help support a personal practice in Lu Jong.
If you’re not familiar with Lu Jong, or would like to get a complete class in it, this would be a great place to start! You would also be helping to support a charity that provides so much for a culture that has given so much to the world.
Lu Jong, a simple series of body movements done in conjunction with rhythmic breathing, has profound effects on the health of our body, mind and spirit. By working with the body in this specific way, we can develop resistance to disease, mental clarity, balanced emotions and vibrant energy. In other words, through Lu Jong, you will find strength, stability and happiness. This Lu Jong practice is suitable for all ages and physical abilities, and all are invited to join the class.
Instruction, movement, guided meditation, discussion
All levels welcome
By donation. All donations for this special class will be donated to the Nying Drod charity. Nying Drod means warm heart, and was founded by Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche to support Tibetans by educating children, providing medical care to the sick and elderly, and supporting monks in Tibetan monasteries.
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.