Establishing the ground for mental and physical health
The essence of Tibetan medicine is to keep the balance between body and mind.
In this workshop you will learn about the basics of ancient knowledge, on how to prevent illness and it’s quite unique techniques for self healing and recovery.
Tibetan medicine is a traditional healing art that has been practiced in Tibet and the surrounding regions for centuries. It is based on the principles of nature and Tibetan culture. In its healing and health approach, Tibetan medicine combines herbal medicines, nutrition, acupressure, massage and much more with the wisdom of a good lifestyle in order to preserve or restore the balance of body and mind.
The benefit of Tibetan medicine lies in its holistic approach. She looks at the human being as a complex system in which all aspects are interconnected. By treating the underlying causes of disease and promoting physical and mental well-being, Tibetan medicine aims not only to ease symptoms but also to improve health in the long term.
Another benefit of Tibetan medicine is its natural approach. Many of the herbal medicines used come from the rich flora of the Himalayan mountains and are made using traditional methods.
It is advisable to see a qualified Tibetan doctor or clinic for proper diagnosis and treatment. Tibetan medicine is a valuable complement to conventional medicine and contributes to improving well-being and health, especially in the case of chronic diseases.
In this one-day workshop you will learn how the balance between body and mind determines the state of health. This balance is maintained by three types of energy that regulate all functions in the body:
– Loong regulates all movements in the body, including breathing, muscle movement, blood circulation, the nervous system and emotions.
– Tripa is the energy that regulates body temperature, digestion and complexion.
– Badkan energy is responsible for the body’s fluid systems, such as the lymphatic system, phlegm, and gastric and intestinal juices.
A person is healthy when these three energies are in balance. If this state of dynamic equilibrium is disturbed, discomfort or illnesses can occur.
Amchi Lobsang will also guide exercises on key pressure points, breathing exercises, and mental health.
Amchi Lobsang Tsultrim Tsona
Amchi Lobsang is the son of Dr. Jamyang Tashi Tsona, former Personal Physician of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. He completed a five years course of medical studies, followed by one year of internship at Men-Tsee-Khang in Dharamsala, India.
Before he graduated in 1986, he worked for 2 years as an apprentice to his father, a specialist in formulating herbal pills. He has also served as the Special Technical Assistant to the Director as well as the Member of Secretary to the High Level Medical & Astro. Committee. He was the co-editor of the book “Fundamentals of Tibetan Medicine” published by Men-Tsee-Khang.
In 1994 he studied at the renowned All-India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi to acquire further knowledge of western medicine. In 1999, he was awarded “Menrampa Chungwa” degree with 1st division after completing further training in the Traditional Tibetan Medical Science at “The Tibetan Medical and Astrological Institute” (TMAI) in Dharamsala, India.
Amchi Lobsang has given consulations and lectures in many countries, including the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Norway, France, Poland, the Czech Republic, Canada and Japan. Amchi Lobsang has over 30 years of experience in Tibetan medical field. He is registered under the professional organization of BATC (www.batc.nl) in the Netherlands. He is the member of the Central Council for Tibetan Medicine. Since 2011, he was appointed as the Europe coordinator.
Amchi Lobsang is the founder and the director of the Practice for Traditional Tibetan Medicine in Ede, The Netherlands.
10:00 a.m. – 17:00 p.m Workshop
Amchi Lobsang’s kindness allows you have an individual consultation on Sunday if you want.
If you are interested, please contact Gérard Peters to find out about the location (Echternach area) and free times
Tel or Whatsapp: +352 621 355 898
Kulturhaff Millermoler | 13, rue Gisrterklaus L-6560 Hinkel
The bus connections 475 – 485 – 486 – 492 – 496 serve the stops in Hinkel.
Public transport is free in Luxembourg.
Catering or eating and drinking
The Kulturhaff usually offers a vegetarian and a non-vegetarian menu.
Please ask Isabelle and Luc for the menu suggestions and register yourself for the meal if you like to participate.
Phone: +352 53 27 73
You pay for food and drinks directly to the Kulturhaff when you leave.
We will only be able to have a limited number of participants. Register as soon as possible.
95 euros (Regular)
120 euros (Help others)
People who can pay a little more (Help Others Price) offer their support to those who are struggling financially.
70 euros (financial problems)
If you have financial problems, you can take advantage of the discounted price or a price agreed with us.
Talk to us and don’t let your participation fail because of financial problems.
Costs: meals, accommodation
You have to pay for your food and drinks at the Kulturhaff.
Things you need to bring:
If possible bring a yoga mat and a meditation cushion.
Reservation and payment:
To book your place, we ask you:
Gerard Peters / Transcendere
IBAN: LU67 0019 5155 9110 4000
Please enter your surname / first name and the purpose “Tibetan Healing art”.
General cancellation conditions:
If canceled less than 30 days but more than 6 days before the event date: 50% of the total event price.
If canceled less than 7 days before the (first) event date: 100% of the total event price.
Since we live in rapid change, we deal with cancellations in a very accommodating and humane manner. Many have benefited from it. Please contact us personally if you need to cancel. We will find a solution in dialogue.
If the event is canceled by the organizer due to illness or too few participants, the entire amount will be refunded to you immediately.
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