26-28 September: Dr. Nida Chenagtsang – Dream Yoga – Bardo Yoga


Dr. Nida Chenagtsang, is the founder of  IATTM. Traditional Tibetan Medicine is a natural and holistic medical science that addresses the individual’s needs of the body, mind and spirit in an integrated way. IATTM is currently represented in more than 30 countries worldwide.


Tibetan Dream Yoga
Fri, Sept 26
14.00 – 21.00 u.  Cost: €70

*Cost: €60 if tickets are pre-booked.

Tibetan doctors have a well-developed understanding of the relationship between dreams and health; thus dreams are analysed from both a religious as well as a medical perspective. Both the Tantric spiritual tradition and Traditional Tibetan Medicine describe three basic components – Consciousness, the subtle rLung energies, and the chakras and channels – as being necessary for the manifestation of dreams.
•     The Basic theories underlying Traditional Tibetan Medicine
•     Fundamentals of Tibetan Buddhist philosophy and its relationship to TTM
•     Concepts of Mind and Consciousness in the Tibetan culture.
•     Dreams in Tibetan culture, in general
•     Medical analysis of Dreams
•     Attitudes and philosophies affecting Healing


Bardo Yoga  
Sept 27-28  
Sat: 11.00 – 18.00 u.  
Sun: 12.00 – 15.00 u.  Cost: €100

*Cost: €90 if tickets are pre-booked.

Bardo Yoga is one of the advanced practices of the Six Yogas to be found in Vajrayana Buddhism. During the course, the experiences of life, death and what happens after death are described and analyzed. The teaching includes transmission, explanations and exercises.

Through the practice of Bardo Yoga one learns to face life and death with inner peace, being aware of the great potential during the bardo after death. Skill and yogic experience hold the opportunity of achieving enlightenment and choosing the next rebirth.

The course can be taken as a ‘follow-on’ from the Dream Yoga course, but also independently.