Lu Jong Workshop
with Janine Woo
Saturday January 12, 2019
12:45 to 2:15 pm
$35 plus HST
Only 2 Spaces Left!
Lu Jong is a Tibetan Buddhist practice which involves breath coordinated with movement. I like to call it Tibetan Yoga because like Yoga, it affects the subtle body but it also reminds me of Qi Gong because energy is an important component of this practice. Like Qi Gong, this isn't a work out but a practice to increase vitality and remove blockages. Like meditation, it requires concentration and focus to stay aware of the breath and movement. Tulku Lobsang describes the practice as a circle, not one part of the movement is more important than the other, all parts are equally important.
Tulku Lobsang collated this series. He has studied as many forms of Tibetan movement as possible and he succinctly designed this series for Westerners.
There are a 4 groups of movements which are best executed in order.
This workshop will cover the first 2 of the 4 groups of movements. They are called the Elements and Body Parts practice.
I personally enjoy this practice because if I am short on time I can practice the first group which takes about 12-15 minutes and feel better for it and carry on with my day.
If you'd like more information on it you can check out www.lujong.org.
There are only a handful of people certified to teach this in Toronto.
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