Tibetan Yoga, Part 2

An online course with Alejandro Chaoul

This online course, coming from the Wisdom Academy in 2024, will provide students with the precious opportunity to learn the powerful and transformative practice of Tibetan yoga, (trul khor, “magical movement”) from one of its leading teachers, Dr. Alejandro Chaoul.

This course will focus specifically on the pervasive breath (khyab lung) which Sharzda Rinpoche, a 19th-century Dzogchen master in the Bon tradition,  calls the “principal breath.” While other breath practices are related to specific parts of the body, this breath pervades throughout as a “mandalic breath.”

You will learn two sets of magical movements (a total of 10 distinct movements) that support the experiential understanding of your body as a mandala.

Enroll in part 2 early to save $75

Right now you can save $75 if you enroll in this course before April 1, 2024. Just use the code YOGA0275 at checkout.

Full tuition: $297
Your tuition: $222

*This course is not included in the holiday sale.

If you’re looking to develop a deeper, more stable, or more regular meditation practice, Tibetan yoga may be a key to unlock that potential.

The magical movements of Tibetan yoga are intended to support meditators in their sitting practice. This is truly a holistic mind-body practice, supporting meditation in a wide range of ways, including helping with both dullness and agitation.

We look forward to seeing you in the course!



Meet Alejandro

Dr. Alejandro Chaoul is the founding director of The Jung Center’s Mind Body Spirit Institute (MBSI). He holds a doctoral degree in religious studies from Rice University, with his dissertation focusing on applications of Tibetan mind-body practices in contemporary medical settings. He is an adjunct faculty at the Integrative Medicine Program at MD 

Anderson Cancer Center, where, since 1999, he has used mind-body techniques to facilitate healing in cancer patients and their families to reduce stress and promote work-life balance among support staff. He is also an adjunct faculty member at The McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics, where he teaches medical students in the areas of spirituality, complementary and integrative medicine, and end of life care.Since 1995, he has been teaching Tibetan meditation and Tibetan yogic practices under the  auspices of the Ligmincha Institute in various parts of the U.S.A., Latin America, and Europe.

His research and publications focus on mind-body practices in integrative care, examining how these practices can reduce chronic stress, anxiety, and sleep disorders, and improve quality of life.

He is the author of Chod Practice in the Bon Tradition (Snow Lion, 2009), Tibetan Yoga for Health and Wellbeing (Hay House, 2018), and Tibetan Yoga: Magical Movements of Body, Breath and Mind (Wisdom Publications, 2021).

He has also published in the areas of religion and medicine, medical anthropology, and the interface of spirituality and healing. Dr. Chaoul is an advisor for The Rothko Chapel and has been recognized as a Fellow at the Mind & Life Institute.

Photo of Ale at lake: Volker Graf