Mindfulness Healing Meditation • Denver
Dr. Nashalla Nyinda
May 28, 2016
- $50.00 – Tuition
People all over the world from all spiritual backgrounds are aware of the research and benefits of meditation and mindfulness practices. Studies show clear increases in both physical and mental well-being when meditation or mindfulness is practiced.
In Tibetan Medicine, the lama physician historically assists in the health of your physical being and your spiritual practice. The skilled physician can help you learn to meditate, identify ways to increase the stabilization of your meditative practices, understand yourself better, and make slight alterations to enhance what you already practice. Even prostrations and breath practices are done according to your body type. Beginning meditation or Shamatha practice is equally as profound and will enhance the highest Dzogchen teachings if practiced in the correct way for your unique body and mind. Breath, posture, and individuation according to the body elements are vital to stabilizing both the most basic beginning meditation and advanced tantric practices. All meditation levels are welcome and benefit from understanding the Tibetan Medical perspective on meditation as medicine.
The program will be held from 9:30am to 6:00pm at the Denver Shambhala Center located at 2305 S. Syracuse Way # 214
Nashalla Gwyn Nyinda, Menpa, TMD began studying Tibetan Medicine in 1999. Encouraged by her root teacher, The Very Venerable Thrangu Rinpoche, she interned at Chagpori Tibetan Medical Institute’s Clinic in Darjeeling, India for two years. Nashalla’s Menpa degree was conferred in 2009 by Qinghai Tibetan Medical College and The Shang Shung Institute of Tibetan Medicine. She founded The Sowa Birthing Method, a bodywork series geared at decreasing medical intervention and postpartum depression. Her Bachelors in Interdisciplinary Studies from Naropa University focused on Asian Medicines and Buddhist Psychology. Nashalla went to the Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture for a Masters of Acupuncture in the Classical Five-Element lineage. She teaches as an Adjunct Professor at Naropa University, and lectures on Buddhism, meditation and Asian healing traditions worldwide to Tibetan and Western students, practitioners, doctors. Nashalla directs the Nyinda Clinic of Tibetan Medicine & Holistic Healing in Boulder, Colorado.