བཅུད་ལེན། Chulen: Tibetan Rejuvenation

With Dr. Nida Chenagtsang

Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday April 26th, 27th, 28th (Live on Zoom)

8 - 11am Los Angeles | 5 - 8pm Rome

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About the Course

The Tibetan medical and spiritual traditions contain profound teachings on how to transform and rejuvenate the body, energy, and mind through the vehicle of our subtle anatomy: tsa, loong, and thiglé. In this three day experiential class we will study the basic theory behind Tibetan anti-aging practices and learn simple methods for improving health and vitality and balancing the mind and energy: 

Body: Basic diet and lifestyle and physical exercises according to your typology; selection of chulen herbal substances according to typology

Speech/ Energy: Breathwork; Mantra Recitation (of the long life Buddha, Amitayus) to empower herbal substances

Mind: Meditation to balance the five elements

Teachings are based on the instruction of Yuthok Yönten Gönpo, father of Tibetan Medicine from the Gyudzhi, Four Medical Tantras and Dr. Nida's personal experience.

No prior background in Tibetan Medicine is required to attend this course.

Course curriculum

  • 1


    • Program Overview

    • Classroom Etiquette and Technical Requirements

    • Library

    • How to Use this Learning Platform

  • 2


    • Class One | Monday April 26th

    • Class Two | Tuesday April 27th

    • Class Three | Wednesday April 28th

Dr. Nida Chenagtsang

Dr. Nida Chenagtsang is a traditional Tibetan physician and lineage holder of the Yuthok Nyingthig, the unique Vajrayana Buddhist spiritual healing tradition of Tibetan Medicine. Born in Amdo, in North Eastern Tibet, he began his early medical studies at the local Tibetan Medicine hospital and later was awarded scholarship to enter the Lhasa Tibetan Medical University where he completed his medical education in 1996, with practical training at the Tibetan Medicine hospitals in Lhasa and Lhoka. Dr. Nida has published several books and articles on Tibetan medicine, meditation, and yoga, and his extensive research and revival of ancient Tibetan healing methods has earned him great acclaim in both East and West. Founder of the Sowa Rigpa Institute, Dr. Nida trains students in Sowa Rigpa and the Yuthok Nyingthig in over forty countries internationally.