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Saturday, March 14 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Lu Jong Tibetan Healing Yoga

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  Lu Jong is an ancient movement practice developed for the purpose of self-healing.    LU means 'body' and JONG means 'training'.    Many are unaware of this Tibetan yoga tradition.   Buddhist practices are often erroneously visualized as static and on a cushion, a stereotype that couldn't be farther from the truth.    In actuality, monks meditating far from society in the mountains of Tibet realized the necessity of developing methods to keep their bodies in top condition, their immune systems strong, and their healing abilities well-tuned.    Physically, the practice works the spine to build strength. Energetically, the movements open blocked channels and chakras to encourage the proper flow of energy in our bodies.    What does this mean for you? In addition to fostering physical healing by increasing fitness, energy and balance, Lu Jong is a spiritual practice that opens the heart, cultivates inner calm, and hones mental focus.     It is a form of Meditation in Motion.    Lu Jong is deeply rooted in Tibetan Buddhism (Tantrayana), shamanic Bon practices, and Tibetan Medicine – an entirely unique combination of incredibly powerful healing techniques.    

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Joelle Kelly

Founder, Lu Jong ~ New York
For years a direct student of Tulku Lobsang, the lineage holder of these transformational Tibetan practices, Joelle Kelly was chosen as one of the first of a handful of teachers certified to teach Lu Jong in North America.She has since been selected by the Master as a Lu Jong Educator... Read More →

Saturday March 14, 2020 12:30pm - 1:30pm MST
Main Gym Red Rock High School
  Experiential Workshop/Training
  • Participant level no experience required
  • Notes to attendees: Bring a yoga mat, wear comfortable or loose clothing for ease of movement, and whatever props (cushion, block) needed for seated work.
  • what to expect 90% asana 10% discussion