October 15, 2017 @ 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM America/Los Angeles Timezone

Postponed: Wisdom Body Lujong: Tibetan Yoga

This program has been postponed until January, 2018.  We apologize for any inconvenience. Information on the January workshop will be available shortly.


Wisdom Body Lujong is the ancient Tibetan practice that brings physical exercise and meditation together, working on the threefold levels of our human being: the physical body; the subtle body of feelings and sensations; and the pure awareness of mind. This practice was introduced to the West by the meditation master Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, who personally instructed Rose in these practices and empowered her as a teacher.

In this daylong intensive we will focus on accessing the stabilizing earth energy through your body in order to hold and support your being and facilitate deeper levels of opening to your internal experience. Through movement and stillness you will enhance your innate qualities of confidence, relaxation, and joy—and your sense of connection to your own being.

It is suggested that participants read Rose’s book, Training the Wisdom Body, in preparation for this program.

Wisdom Body Lujong is accessible for all levels of physical fitness and ability.

Prerequisites: All are welcome, prior experience is not required.  Wear comfortable clothes that are easy to move in and do not restrict your body (preferably no belts).  It is suggested that participants read Training the Wisdom Body: Buddhist Yogic Exercise before attending the program.

Location: Sukhasiddhi Center, Fairfax CA.


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Rose Taylor Goldfield is a Buddhist teacher, author and translator specializing in meditation, philosophy and yogic exercise. With over 35 years meditation experience, she holds an MA in Indo-Tibetan Buddhist studies from Naropa University. Rose trained as a dancer from a young age, then in martial arts, yoga and bodywork. She spent many years meditating and teaching Buddhist philosophical texts in nunneries and monasteries in Nepal and Bhutan. She and her husband, Ari Goldfield, are co-directors of Wisdom Sun and parents of Oliver Robert (three years old).