Body and Mind Instructions with Tulku Khyungdor Rinpoche
About Akasha Training
Akasha Training is taught by Tulku Khyungdor Rinpoche both as a preparation to an authentic Buddhist path of practice, and for general regenerative purpose. The training includes exercises to connect body and mind, based on ancient Tantric Buddhism (Vajrayana) and traditional Daoist and Chinese medicine practices. Holistic methods of western medicine are also essential parts. Akasha Training is therefore helpful for medical purposes as well as for the regeneration of body and mind and also shows whether there is a capacity for learning the original Buddhist path of practice.
About the Art of Balance Workshop
The focus of this workshop is Unity in Diversity, Universal Ethics – Recalling a common sense in a world of diversity, generating balance between opposing, colliding elements, factors, or interests – beyond religion. Emphasizing fundamental basics of existence to aide to the survival of humanity.
TK Rinpoche will teach a view, contemplations, breathing and physical exercises to reconnect with the natural elements, and by this with the outer world, facilitating balance.
The workshop will be held in English and be hosted according to the 2G rules.
Friday, March 25th, 8-10 PM
Saturday, March 26th, 7-10 PM
Akasha Academy, Stöberlstraße 68
Costs: 115 EUR
Phone: 0179 2938952
Please transfer the workshop contribution to the following account:
Akasha Academy / IBAN: DE43 4306 0967 8227 1858 00
BIC: GENODEM1GLS / GLS Bank
Please indicate the subject “Akasha Workshop”
Cancellation: 30% of the amount will be retained. Cancellations are only possible before the workshop starts. Subsequent cancellations or refunds will not be accepted.
Participation in our workshops is at the participant’s own risk. No liability will be accepted for any injury, in particular personal injury, damage to property or financial loss. The workshop is not a therapeutic or medical treatment and cannot replace this. Any relevant chronic or acute illnesses (especially back) should be communicated in advance.