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Tibetan Yoga for Grief, Resilience, and Empowerment

YOGA & MEDITATION FOR HEALING

Tibetan Buddhist yoga is comprised of movement, breath, mantra, and visualization practices that are employed skillfully to give rise to compassion and wisdom in the body. 

Join Dr. James Bae for a  winter rejuvenation retreat and learn yoga and meditation practices that benefit the body in processes of grieving, cultivating resilience, and personal empowerment. Through meditation, breathwork, somatic practices from the Tibetan yoga tradition, and more, you will explore:

  • Theories of the subtle body in Tibetan and Ayurvedic medicine that relate directly to the care of the body and the processing of emotions and trauma. 
  • The notion of “taking grief onto the path” as well as methods to access your deepest nature and compassionate heart.
  • Group ritual ceremonies from the tantric and medical traditions for healing the loss of vitality as well as disconnect from loved ones and the environment. 
  • An array of Tibetan yoga and Buddhist meditation practices and modifications for addressing grief and deepening embodiment. 
  • How to cultivate vitality to nourish the heart and mind following loss and bereavement. 

The program will also include a discussion of topics of grief, resilience, and empowerment through the lens of Tibetan yoga, neuroscience, mind-body healing, and contemplative psychotherapy. Return home with an overview of how to integrate these practices into your daily life. 


Included in Your Stay

            

Daily Yoga Classes

            
3 All-Natural Meals Access to the Kripalu Grounds

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
All levels
Suitable For
All
Program Theme
Meditation
Schedule
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Ninefold Breathing


Presenter(s)

James H. Bae, DACM, LAc, is a doctor of Chinese medicine, author, and independent researcher.

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