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Restoration of Body, Mind & Spirit: A Tibetan Medcine Approach to Your Life in Healthy Balance

This November 14 event is the third and concluding offering in the 2009 �Divine Feminine Living in Balance: Holding Your Center in Un-Centered Times� series sponsored by the RoundRiver Institute LLC and Global View, near Spring Green, WI. The workshops are Oct. 3, Oct. 24 & Nov. 14. While the trio of workshops provides a sequential path of learning about the healing Divine Feminine, each is designed to be a stand alone learning experience. Students are invited to take an individual workshop or the entire series of three at a discounted price, paid in advance.

This workshop is being held at the RoundRiver Institute LLC, near Genoa, WI. Directions can be discovered on the �Finding RoundRiver� page of this website.

�Restoration of Body, Mind & Spirit:

A Tibetan Medicine Approach to Your Life in Healthy Balance�

November 14, 2009

From a Tibetan medical perspective a balanced, dynamic union of both masculine and feminine aspects is essential for the health of body, mind and spirit. Each of those elements then reinforces the other to bring health in both the physical and emotional realms. This is important not just for the health and wellbeing of the individual but for the family and the whole of society.

When the Divine Feminine is minimized or excluded things � like the body � fall away from balance with profound negative consequences. Tibetan teachings are acutely aware of this and revere such feminine spiritual influences as the healing Medicine Buddha and Green Tara.

In this Nov. 14 workshop Dr. Gyal provide:

� An introductory overview of Tibetan medical origins, teaching and philosophy with an awareness of the healing image and tradition of Green Tara.

� There will be three sections of learning focused, in order, on the body, mind and spirit to lead students to an understanding of the integrated relation of each to the whole.

� The simple noontime meal will be an experiential lesson on Tibetan nutritional approaches to the dietary balance of masculine (method) and feminine (wisdom) food.

� A brief self assessment report will be used to assist participants to better understand their physical constitution and the foods that would be most helpful to them.

PRESENTER:

Dr. Yangbum Gyal � The resident physician at the Medicine Buddha Healing Center, near Spring Green, WI., Dr. Gyal specializes in Tibetan medical treatment focused on the harmonious balance of the body, mind and spirit. Dr. Gyal was born in Amdo, Tibet. He received his degrees and training in Traditional Tibetan Medical Science both in Tibet and at the Tibetan Medical & Astrological Institute of H.H. the Dalai Lama in Dharamasala, India. His mentors have included legendary physicians: Yig Nyen and Tenzin Choedak.

Dr. Gyal served as a resident doctor and professor at the Tibetan Medical & Astrological Institute in Dharamsala, India and also served as a resident doctor at the Hargay Health Center in Amdo, Tibet. He has taught Tibetan language and topics on Tibetan medicine at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, and served as the USA Coordinator for the Central Council of Tibetan Medicine, Dharamsala, India. He authored the Tibetan Medical Dietary Book: Vol I, the Potency and Preparation of Vegetables and has presented papers on Tibetan medicine and related topics. He has held workshops on Tibetan medicine throughout the Midwest, and has made medical tours to India and Japan.

Dr. Gyal offers a traditional Tibetan medical healing approach with herbal remedies, personalized dietary and lifestyle advice, Kum-Nye (Tibetan massage), body-mind therapy, and other therapeutic treatments. He works with patients to create a balanced life through the deep wisdom of traditional Tibetan medicine.

Personal investment for this empowering day of teaching is $80. A vegetarian meal incorporating Tibetan dietary principles of health is included. 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Registration fee of $30 by Nov. 12 will reserve a place for you. Call for availability of late or same-day registration: (608) 483-2730.

PROGRAM DISCOUNT AVAILABLE: If you are interested in attending all three teachings in the 2009 �Divine Feminine� series the discounted price is $180, paid in advance by Oct. 3. Please note this package price is a $20 savings on registration and a $10 savings on the meal charge for the third event on Nov. 14.

How to register:

Click here for a registration form you can print and mail
or register by phone at at (608) 483-2730