E-Vam Indo-Tibetan Yoga, May-June

E-Vam Indo-Tibetan Yoga, May-June

Postby dzinpa » Thu Apr 19, 2012 3:20 pm

Lu Jong: Indo-Tibetan Yoga with Felicity Lodro
E-Vam Institute in Manhattan and Chatham


The Western separation of body and mind is not helpful for meditation practice and only serves to lead meditators away from an integrated approach to spirituality. In Tibet, Buddhist practice involves physical movement and full sensory engagement. Lu Jong is the Tibetan Buddhist term for ‘physical training’ and these unique courses combine traditional hatha yoga asanas with pranayama and Kum Nye as developed by Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche to enhance our meditational and spiritual practices and to help integrate body, speech and mind within the spiritual path. They are designed to assist in the development of meditative concentration, energize the body and relax the mind. These and the above Indo-Tibetan Yoga classes will build on the previous Indo-Tibetan Yoga practices taught by Felicity Lodro over the past two years. However, anyone who wishes to begin these practices for the first time will be able to pick them up easily as all levels of experience will be incorporated. Each weekend is a complete program and does not require any previous experience.

Registrations open: 518-392-6900 or office@evam.org
http://www.evam.org

May 26-27
E-Vam Manhattan

Sat and Sun: 10:00am-12pm & 2:00-4.00pm
1455 Lexington Ave, 2B (@94th St), New York, NY 10128

June 2-3
E-Vam Chatham

Sat and Sun: 10:00am-12pm & 2:00-4.00pm
71 Water Street, Chatham, NY 12037

June 9-10
E-Vam Manhattan

Sat and Sun: 10:00am-12pm & 2:00-4.00pm
1455 Lexington Ave, 2B, New York, NY 10128

June 15-16
E-Vam Chatham

Sat and Sun: 10:00am-12pm & 2:00-4.00pm
171 Water Street, Chatham, NY 12037

Felicity Lodro is the resident teacher at Yeshe Nyima in Sydney, Australia. A student of Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche for over 25 years, Felicity has undergone a number of long meditation retreats and has been teaching yoga for over 20 years. She received her qualifications from the International Yoga Teachers Association in 1986 in a style strongly influenced by Iyengar and Desikachar. In more recent years, Felicity has been training in Lu Jong (Tibetan physical training) under the guidance of Traleg Rinpoche, combining various Tibetan techniques with hatha yoga, pranayama and Kum Nye in an integrated blend of spiritual disciplines and training. Felicity has been conducting these Indo-Tibetan Yoga classes in Melbourne, Sydney and New York for a number of years and her unique combination of mind-body work is designed to promote balance, energy and a general sense of physical and mental well-being. Felicity also has a degree in psychology.
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