2020 Training Dates - Session 1 Group A

The Lu Jong Teacher Training Program has live classes online which culminate in an experiential retreat to meet certification requirements.

  • Online Classes - April 27 - May 3, 2020

  • Online Meetings - May 27, June 1, July 15 & August 5, 2020

  • Final Retreat - August 27 - 31, 2020

  • Online Meeting - September 9, 2020

  • Final Certification - Oct 2 - 4, 2020

Lu Jong Tibetan Healing Yoga

A transformative adventure in self healing movement

Learn and practice all aspects of the rich tradition of Lu Jong - an ancient Tibetan practice for healing and personal growth. Lu Jong is a moving meditation that brings us into the present moment by joining the body, mind and breath through movement. This practice restore svitality, supports physical strength and immunity, and calm the mind.
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Tulku Lobsang

LU JONG: Tibetan Healing Yoga

Teach Lu Jong

This certification program is an investment in yourself and your students. Are you ready to share a method to experience better health and vitality? My Goal for you is to find your voice as a Lu Jong teacher and to use it to inspire your students. The ability to empower others with these simple tools, the ability to initiate a transformation in their lives, is my gift to you.
Lu Jong Teacher Training

By the end of this Program you will know about...

  • Lu Jong Healing Yoga

    A total of 23 movements to balance the Five Elements within the body, strengthen the musculoskeletal system, support vital organs, and address common ailments including sleep and wakefulness.

  • Tibetan Medicine

    Acquire an overview of the principles of Tibetan Medicine, one of the foundational pillars of the Lu Jong practice. Areas of study include the theory of the Five Elements, the three Humors, and the Subtle Body.

  • Tibetan Buddhism

    Understand the core teachings of Tibetan Buddhism and how they are related to Lu Jong. Learn meditation, basic Tsa Lung (breathing) techniques, and about Tantrayana: the Diamond Path

Education Curriculum

The Lu Jong Education Program follows a specific format to ensure that each student receives consistent information and support. Lessons are scheduled in a manner that allows enough time for students to sufficiently experience the movements and their benefits. All lessons cover:

  • CONTEXT - A clear background, history or explanation of Lu Jong principles and related philosophies.

  • MOVEMENTS - An introduction to new movements and their related conditions, as well as their physical, mental and energetic benefits.

  • HOMEWORK - Exercises to maintain and deepen your personal practice, to explore your own experiences, and to develop your teaching skills.

NMI Certified Lu Jong Educator

Joelle Kelly

Joelle Kelly is a charismatic and motivated certified yoga and movement Educator. She has the unique ability to connect with students in a genuinely warm and grounded manner with a specialty in the teaching and training of teachers in Tibetan movement practices. Under the direct tutelage of Tulku Lobsang, Joelle's studies widened to include several Buddhist practices and in short time she was selected to advance from teacher to one of the first educators to help share and grow the Lu Jong and Tog Chod communities in North America. My goal is to share all of my knowledge so you can take charge of your health and ultimate happiness on your own terms. Joelle is based in the Hamptons but teaches private and group events worldwide.

Course Curriculum

Online Program

  • 1

    Lu Jong Teacher Education Program

    • The Program

    • The Topics

    • Assignments

    • Tulku Lobsang

    • Connect with Tulku Lobsang

  • 2

    SCHEDULE - Session 1 Group 1A

    • Zoom Dates - Session One: April 25 - May 3, 2020

  • 3

    Days 1 & 2: Introduction to Lu Jong

    • Overview

    • Teaching Points

    • Days 1 & 2 Downloads

    • Homework

  • 4

    CLASS 1: April 25

    • TOPICS - 2 pages

  • 5

    CLASS 2: April 26

    • TOPICS - 2 pages

  • 6

    Days 3 & 4: Tibetan Medicine

    • Overview

    • Teaching Points

    • Days 3 & 4 Downloads

    • Homework

  • 7

    CLASS 3: April 27

    • TOPICS - 1 page

  • 8

    CLASS 4: April 28

    • TOPICS - 1 page

  • 9

    Days 5 & 6: Tibetan Buddhism & Tantrayana

    • Overview

    • Talking Points

    • Days 5 & 6 Downloads

    • Homework

  • 10

    CLASS 5: April 29

    • Topics - 1 page

  • 11

    CLASS 6: April 30

    • TOPICS - 1 page

  • 12

    Days 7 & 8: Lu Jong Teaching Guidelines

    • Overview

    • Talking Points

    • Days 7 & 8 Downloads

    • Homework

  • 13

    CLASS 7: May 1

    • TOPICS - 1 page

  • 14

    CLASS 8: May 2

    • Topics - 2 pages

  • 15

    Day 9: Teaching & Additional Practices

    • Overview

    • Talking Points

    • Day 9 Downloads

    • Homework

  • 16

    CLASS 9: May 3

    • TOPICS - 2 pages

  • 17

    ONLINE MEET May 27

    • Overview

    • Talking Points

    • Homework

  • 18

    ONLINE MEET June 17

    • Overview

    • Talking Points

    • Downloads June 17 - Online Meet Day 2

    • Homework

  • 19

    ONLINE MEET July 15

    • Group Progress Reports

  • 20

    ONLINE MEET August 5

    • Group Progress Reports

  • 21

    ONLINE MEET September 9

    • Group Progress Reports

  • 22

    Breathwork Library

    • Lung Ro Sel (Video & PDF)

    • The Nine Breaths (Video & PDF))

  • 23

    Movements Library: The Five Elements Movements

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Five Elements: Nangmo Chu Tung (SPACE)

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Five Elements: Drongmo Sur Dung (EARTH)

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Five Elements: Kyangmo Nyel Tab (WIND)

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Five Elements: Trayi Lung Zin (FIRE)

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Five Elements: Ling Shi Ta Dril (WATER)

  • 24

    Movements Library: The Five Body Parts Movements

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Five Body Parts: Go Yugpa (HEAD)

    • MOVEMENT: (Video & PDF) - The Five Body Parts: Dscha Go Der Zin aka Jago Der Zin (ARMS)

    • MOVEMENT: (Video & PDF) - The Five Body Parts: Ling Thangze (UPPER TORSO)

    • MOVEMENT: (Video & PDF) - The Five Body Parts: Dorje Rangkhor (LOWER TORSO)

    • MOVEMENT: (Video & PDF) - The Five Body Parts: Ngamong Dortab (LEGS)

  • 25

    Movements Library: The Five Vital Organs Movements

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Five Vital Organs: Gegmo Gyewa (KIDNEYS)

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The FIve Vital Organs: Drugu Kyang Wa (HEART)

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Five Vital Organs: Lingbu Bupa (LUNGS)

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Five Vital Organs: Rirab La Charwa (SPLEEN)

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Five Vital Organs: Luru Dupa (LIVER)

  • 26

    Movements LIbrary: The Six Conditions Movements

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Six Conditions: Gyatso Trigpa (DIGESTION)

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Six Conditions: Sala Nenpa (DOWNWARD WINDS)

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Six Conditions: Baldro (WATER RETENTION)

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Six Conditions: Dschon Sching Dupa aka Jun Sching Dupa (INNER HEAT)

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Six Conditions: Chumig (SENSES)

    • MOVEMENT (Video & PDF) - The Six Conditions: Norbu Lenpa ((LOVE)