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Date: January 18th-20th, 2020.


The Eight Lungsang and the Application of Rhythmic Breathing/Kumbhaka
with authorized 2nd level Yantra Yoga instructor Paula Barry


Date: Saturday, January 18, Sunday, January 19 & Monday, January 20. 2020 
Location: Tsegyalgar East Gönpa & via videoconference*

Open to all who have transmission and are members of the International Dzogchen Community (IDC).

Schedule:

  • Saturday, January 18, & Sunday, January 19. 2020
    10:00am-12:30pm; 2:30pm-5:00pm
  • Monday, January 20, 2020
    10:00am-12:30pm

Fee: Full Course/$125 | Day/$60 | Session/$35
Register/Pay Online

*Videoconference participants must keep their computer cameras on during the course. Everyone's microphone will be muted due to feedback issues.There is a chat option for questions. The videoconference link will be sent one day prior to the course.

If you need financial assistance, wish to apply for work exchange, and/or volunteer for Karma Yoga, and are an IDC member, please contact bluegakyil@tsegyalgar.org.

Please consider giving a donation to the Sponsorship Program.


The Eight Lungsang and the Application of Rhythmic Breathing/Kumbhaka: We will begin with the Eight Movements, or Lunsang, to discover and experience the different kinds of inhalation, exhalation, and holds that are necessary for working with and controlling the breath. We will apply this knowledge to The Four Profound Applications also known as rhythmic breathing, the pranayama of the second series of Yantra Yoga, a method for mastering the kumbhaka hold.

Paula Barry became a student of Chögyal Namkhai Norbu in 1982, and has taught Yantra Yoga since 1985. Paula became an authorized first level Yantra Yoga instructor in 2002, and an authorized second level Yantra Yoga instructor in 2008. She strongly believes that Yantra Yoga can be done by anyone with the desire to learn its profound principles.