One of the oldest medical systems in existence, Tibetan Medicine offers a personalized approach to health based on each individual’s unique typology. Through understanding the distinctive traits of our own body and mind, we can make better choices to prevent and cure illness and support our own well-being.
In this workshop, Dr. Nashalla Nyinda will introduce the fundamentals of Tibetan Medicine, including the five elements and three humors that are the foundation of its personalized approach. Through interactive exercises and discussion, she will help students learn about their own personal typology, and will share Tibetan medical wisdom about the most supportive foods, herbs, lifestyle, and healing therapies for each type.
Train in Tibetan Medicine & External Therapies!
Students who wish to study Tibetan Medicine in depth are encouraged to attend the online Foundations of TTM workshops offered by Sorig Khang Center for Tibetan Medicine. The next training cycles start October 27–28, 2018, and in the spring of 2019. Learn more →
About Dr. Nashalla Nyinda
Dr. Nyinda trained in the Chagpori lineage under the disciples of master doctor Trogawa Rinpoche, and received her degree from Qinghai Tibetan Medical College and the Shang Shung Institute. She is an adjunct professor at Naropa University, and maintains a clinic in Boulder, Colorado with her husband, Dr. Tsundu Nyinda.
Early Registration Deadline: October 28