24

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12

Hours

06

Mins

Menla Online: The Tibetan Art Of Rejuvenation

June 02 - June 30, 2020

Christiana Polites

Pure Land Farms

The Tibetan medical and spiritual traditions contain profound teachings on how to rejuvenate the body, energy, and mind for the purpose of preventing illness, extending lifespan, and transforming one’s subtle energy channels to in order to deeply transform one’s mind.In this experiential class we will study the basic theory behind Tibetan anti-aging practices and learn simple methods from both the medical and tantric Buddhist perspectives for cultivating physical, mental and spiritual health and well-being. We will explore these practices via the avenue of the “three doors”:Body: Tibetan healing yogic exercises; Basic diet and lifestyle advice according to your constitutional typologySpeech/Energy: Breath-work; Long life mantra accumulations to empower herbal substancesMind: Meditations to balance the five elements
ScheduleTuesday, May 26th (Free Stream)
  • 1 - 2pm EST Session 1
Tuesday, June 2nd (Paid Content)
  • 1  - 2pm EST Session 2
Tuesday, June 9th (Paid Content)
  • 1  - 2pm EST Session 3
Tuesday, June 16th (Paid Content)
  • 1 - 2pm EST Session 4
Tuesday, June 23rd (Paid Content)
  • 1  - 2pm EST Session 5
Tuesday, June 30th (Paid Content)
  • 1 - 2pm EST Session 6
*Please note that schedule is subject to change. 

ABOUT THE TEACHERs

Christiana Polites

Christiana Polites received her Bachelor of Arts in the Comparative Study of Religion at Harvard University and has been immersed in Eastern spiritual traditions for over twenty years. She is a dedicated practitioner of the Yuthok Nyingthig, the unique Vajrayana Buddhist spiritua...

Pure Land Farms

Pure Land Farms: Center for Tibetan Medicine, Meditation, and Rejuvenation is a ten acre rural sanctuary in Topanga, on the edge of Los Angeles, California co-founded by Dr. Nida Chenagtsang. Home of the Sorig Institute School of Tibetan Medicine, Yuthok Ling Buddhist Temple, Yan...

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