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SEDONA YOGA FESTIVAL 2019 SESSIONS LIST
Tickets available at www.sedonayogafestival.com

Friday, March 15 • 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Tog Chod: Tibetan Wisdom Sword Meditation FULL

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Tog Chod is a practical method for developing mindfulness, self-confidence and clarity. Students experience an empowering “moving meditation” which transforms habitual thought patterns and give the mind clear focus. Described as being energizing and fun, at its core, Tog Chod is about discipline as well as physical and mental training. Executing the decisive movements of the sword, we become fully present, cultivating mindfulness. Thoughts — and our identification with them — are reduced. We begin to experience spaciousness and calm. The forms themselves, rooted in the Kalachakra Tsa Lung exercises and Yama Monk Dances, cultivate a particular energetic quality in the body enabling us to be alert and grounded even amid chaos. Students will learn a new and healthy method to manage stress and anger whilst cultivating self-confidence, courage and the ability to make quick, clear decisions.

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Joelle Kelly

Founder, Lu Jong ~ New York
For years a direct student of Tulku Lobsang, the lineage holder of these transformational Tibetan practices, Joelle Kelly was chosen as one of the first of a handful of teachers certified to teach Lu Jong in North America.She has since been selected by the Master as a Lu Jong Educator... Read More →



Friday March 15, 2019 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Practice Field Part 2
  • PARTICIPANT LEVEL No experience required
  • Style Tibetan Yoga
  • What to Expect 90% asana 10% discussion
  • Participant Instructions Dress for movement, loose or athletic clothing. Athletic or flexible shoes. This is an active with full body movement. Bring something to drink. Wood practice swords supplied for the class.

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