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Entries in training (3)

Sunday
Oct072018

Tergar Core Facilitator Training (4-9 Dec 2018)

What: Training retreat (residential)

Topic: Facilitating meditation courses and retreats

Where: Dharmalaya Institute in Bir, HP, India

When: 4-9 December 2018

Language: English

Facilitators: Myoshin Kelley, Antonia Sumbundu, et al.

DescriptionA five-day training programme exclusively for facilitators of Tergar International’s meditation programs developed by Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche. (By invitation only; the Dharmalaya campus will be closed to the public during this time.)

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Sunday
Mar132016

Sustainable Living Workshop (6-19 Jun 2016)

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What: Intensive service-learning workshop

Topics: Vernacular eco-architecture of the Himalayas, organic gardening, meditation

Where: Dharmalaya Institute in Bir, HP, India

When: 6-19 June 2016 (must attend from the start)

Language: English (with Hindi translation if needed)

Facilitators: Dharmalaya faculty and artisans, e.g. Mark Moore, Naresh Sharma, et al.

Description: Residential service-learning programme at the Dharmalaya Institute exploring both outer and inner sustainability, combining hands-on training in earthen building and organic gardening with a daily meditation programme. Learn to build eco-friendly structures in the neo-traditional Kangra style of esteemed eco-architect Didi Contractor, while contemplating our relationship with nature and the values of sustainable and compassionate living.

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Friday
Mar272015

Hatha Yoga Pradipika Course (4-14 Jul 2015)

 [SORRY, THE COURSE IS NOW COMPLETELY FULL]

Where: Dharmalaya Institute in Bir, HP, India

When: 4-14 July 2015 (must attend from the beginning)

Language: English (with Hindi translation if requested)

Instructors: Roshan Palat and his assistants

Description: A ten-day residential course exploring the rich world of the Hatha Yoga Pradipika (one of the most influential of the great classic texts on hatha yoga), through both practice instruction and philosophical explorations.

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