Yantra Yoga is an ancient and authentic system for synchronizing mind and body with the natural rhythm of life. We will learn transformative exercises for amplifying innate somatic processes and expanding vitality and awareness within the body. Yantra Yoga is one of the oldest living systems of yoga in the world. This is an all-level 1 day intensive for beginners and those with experience in any yoga tradition.
Led by Authorized Instructors Luke Karamol and Jillian Patricia
When: February 16, 2020 9:30am – 12:00pm, 2:15pm – 5:30pm
Where: Dondrubling, 2748 Adeline Street, Suite D, Berkeley, Ca. 94703
Cost: $80; sliding scale is available for students and those in need. Sliding scale also available for returning students.
We are excited to announce our newly designed Tibetan Kunye Massage and External Therapies weekend workshop. If you are a massage therapist, acupuncturist or a health care provider in other fields and looking for continuing education, this program is for you. It may also be audited by anyone interested.
The first workshop will take place February 29th & March 1st 9:30am-6pm in Berkeley, CA at Dondrubling. It is 14 hours of intensive education on the theory of Kunye and its unique therapies for both physical and mental health.
Topics include: • Introduction to Tibetan Medicine • 5 Elements • Overview of Kunye • Contraindications • Benefits • Hand Warming of Loong points • Oil Kunye on Head, Hands & Feet • Horme Compress • Kunye Special Points • Compress: Hot Stones, Salt & Sand • Herbal Oils Formulation
You can find the complete details on our Facebook Event page or on our Eventbrite registration page below.
Cost: $250. We are running a special discount until January 21st for 40% off the Kunye program with promo code “special 40” at checkout. An early-bird discount of $55 is available through January 30th using promo code “earlybirddiscount” at checkout.
Starting immediately Dondrubling will be locking the front gate and building side door at the beginning of our evening practice sessions. This is because there have been thefts and reports of intruders in the building during and after our practices. Other businesses in the building have been impacted. Out of respect for them and to keep the building and tenants safe and secure we are instituting this policy. For weeknight ganapujas, we begin assembling at 7pm; practice starts promptly at 7:30pm. We will lock the gate and building’s side door at 7:30. For weekend ganapujas, we open at 5pm, and practice starts at 5:30pm; we will lock up at 5:30. Please plan to arrive within this half-hour window for assembly and setup. We will not interrupt practice to come down and open the doors for late arrivals. Facilitators of other nighttime practices may determine when to lock the doors.