Lu Jong Tibetan Healing Yoga
Lu Jong is an ancient practice that uses fluid body movements and the breath to create a deep harmony of body, mind and spirit.
The physical benefits begin with the strengthening of the spine and immune system by means of gentle movements accessible to all levels of abilities.
Beneath the surface, by opening the body's physical blocks, we initiate the opportunity for mental clarity, balanced emotions, invigorated energy and spiritual development.
All you need is a yoga mat and a level surface to get started. Wear comfortable clothing that permit movement, bare feet are preferred.
We offer a several types of Lu Jong classes ranging from 45 minutes to 1 1/2 hours in length. Corporate, group and private lessons available.
Tog Chod: Dance of the Wisdom Sword
Tulku Lobsang founded this moving meditation with a sword rooted in traditional Tibetan monk dances and Kalachakra teachings.
With this dynamic technique we harness our inner power, bringing us swiftly into the present moment as we 'cut through' our fears and expectations.
Swords are supplied for class with the option to purchase if desired. Wear athletic shoes and non-restrictive clothing.
Corporate, group and private lessons available.
Forrest Inspired Vinyasa
Yoga strongly influenced by the lineage of Ana Forrest. Sequencing is a slow paced vinyasa featuring breath work, core work, and moderate to long pose holds.
The Forrest lineage is an internally focused practice that encourages a deeper connection with body and breath. A transformative and powerful self healing tool to build strength, stamina and the release of tension and stress.
Gentle Stretching & Movement - Essentials
Sequencing tailored to meet all levels of experience and helpful for re-igniting a healthy connection with the body.
Practical tools and skills are geared toward building a solid foundation for the incorporation of balance, movement and flexibility into the rest of your life.
Meditation: Mindfulness & Guided Relaxation
Meditating regularly can have a profound impact upon your life and the unfolding of your spiritual path.
It is a method of discovering yourself through your own direct, inner experience. It is also a method to release stress and deepen your connection with the world around you.
Mindfulness is to become aware of our actions without judgement. Eventually we can see the effects of our actions upon ourselves, others, and the environment. When we learn how to use our mind with awareness, we can unlock the power to change our lives.
About Shiné: An authentic Tibetan Shamatha meditation
Calm abiding meditation, also called Shiné (Tibetan) or Shamatha (Sanskrit), forms the backbone of Buddhist meditation practice. Without developing a solid foundation in this core practice, we will not be able to settle our minds.
We hear a lot these days about mindfulness. But what does mindfulness mean in the context of Shiné or calm abiding meditation? As soon as you know you are distracted: THAT is mindfulness.
Mindfulness means that the place you meditate and your mind have to be in the same physical place. It takes time and repetition because we are 're-training' our minds.
Certified Teacher Training Programs: Lu Jong & Tog Chod
- William Arthur Ward
Do you feel a strong appreciation for Tulku Lobsang's Methods and want to deepen your knowledge? Do you wish to share these transformative movements and wisdom with your own students? Perhaps the next step is to become a certified teacher.
Joelle Kelly is a highly skilled and preeminent certified Educator who will help you deftly navigate the transition from student to certified teacher. Let's set up a moment to talk about the possibilities!