Wake up your body’s energetic dimension of channels and chakras through the ancient contemplative practice of Tibetan yoga (Trul khor). This practice explores the potential of your body, breath and mind for clearing obstacles, and being doorways to your openness and clarity in meditation practice, and your everyday life.
We will also learn some of the Tibetan yogic practices which has been used in research protocols for people with breast cancer, lymphoma, and lung cancer, and how these breathing, movements and meditation tools to reduce stress and anxiety, help focus your attention, and improve sleep.
The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Convening Faculty, Fellow
Alejandro Chaoul, PhD, works as an Assistant Professor and Director of education, at the Integrative Medicine Program, in the Department of Palliative, Rehabilitation and Integrative Medicine at The University of Texas … MORE