About

Akasha Academy is the home of a revived ancient practice path and healing tradition originating from China and Kham (Eastern Tibet). The path includes spiritual and medical practices from original Tantric Buddhism (Vajrayana) as well as the related healing and medical methods rooted in the transmissions of the inseparable connection of body and mind. Indispensable part of the Akasha approach is a complete training in naturopathy, which includes both the necessary elements of general and holistic Western medicine, and also the holistic methods from the Daoist and traditional Chinese medical traditions.


Facility

The headquarters of Akasha Academy and future training center will be built hillside in the peaceful outskirts of the Shivapuri National Park, Kathmandu, Nepal. The Academy will offer the environment necessary to learn all the requirements for the practices of this original Vajrayana path and to progress through this staged approach. Complementary the medical knowledge and healing techniques are taught.

The facilities of the Academy will include: training rooms and residential facilities for practitioners, permanent and temporary students, a central Temple and meditation hall, high-quality food, sustainable growing areas and treatment facilities.

Recruitment

Currently we are recruiting prepared and gifted individuals to become part of moulding the foundational structures of the Academy (management, medical, see “Recruitment”)

Education

Permanent students will have proper accommodation to ensure their progress. Our practice-based educational programs offer hands-on immersion in healing and spiritual practice. Setting up all students for success when implementing their knowledge to treat clients. Subsequently former students of the Academy will be able to transition to become healing professionals at Akasha Academy, continuing to train and live in a unique environment.

The White Lama

Training for students will be guided by the spiritual head of Akasha Academy Tulku Khyungdor Rinpoche, The White Lama. Enthroned as Tulku and lineage holder of the Dorje Lingpa tradition, he focuses his Dharma activity on an even more ancient and original Buddhist practice path from the time of Padmasambhava.
Tantric practices and medical techniques including Mantras, Energy Healing and Buddhist Yoga, originate mainly from the transmissions of the Ancients (Nyingma) Buddhist Masters Vairocana, Nub Sangye Yeshe, as well as their later reincarnations until Jamgön Ju Mipham.

To learn more about The White Lama, Tulku Khyungdor Rinpoche, please click on the photo.