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For over 2500 years, Tibetan monks have been using Tibetan Singing Bowls for healing.
This ancient Bon practice used by Tibetan Monks have used Tibetan Singing Bowls and sacred sounds for centuries for healing and meditation purposes. The Singing Bowls create a range of sounds to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of diseased and out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul.
The power of sound healing through ancient Tibetan Singing Bowls is a deep experience that must be felt to be utterly understood. Tibetan Singing Bowls not only work at the cellular level by transfiguring and easing physical pain, but also open our energetic body for positive transformation – healing, regeneration, and restoration.
Tibetan Sound Therapy will help you:
Manage physical pain
Better blood circulation
Cutting through the monkey mind clutter
Manage auto immune disease
Manage and reduce cancer symptoms
Heal a wide variety of physical symptoms
Transform grief and deep emotions
Achieve balance in your life
Gain a deeper connection with your intuition and True Self
Immerse yourself in the powerful vibrations and wisdom of ancient Tibetan Singing Bowls. This relaxing sound healing therapy permeates multiple levels of your being – working to reset, recharge, and renew you.
We are honored to have Khenpo Tenzin Dargye return to teach us the Tibetan healing practice of the Singing Bowls and Healing Sounds, and to discuss Tibetan Medicine. Khenpo Tenzin Dargye received his Geshe degree (equivalent to a PhD in the West) from sMenri Monastery in Dolanji India, the main monastery of the Bon religion. He is also the Abbot of Dhorpatan Monastery in Nepal.
This three-day course will include a certificate of completion for all students who successfully complete the course at this retreat.
Who should attend? Health care workers, healers, caretakers, patients dealing with pain or illness, and anyone interested in the ancient practice of Tibetan Singing Bowls.
This retreat will be held at the Yeru Retreat Center, located in Emily MN. Peaceful, healing, energizing and the perfect background for this retreat. Two and one-half hours by car from Minneapolis.
Housing Options: Housing is reserved as students register. If interested in specific housing, best to register as soon as possible.
Cabins – Rooms within the cabin – Two bathrooms
Sleeping Huts – Outdoor bathrooms and showers
Yeru Housing – with bathroom and shower
You have multiple housing options available at the retreat center. Contact Yeru Bon Center at[masked] for housing information.
We will continue to follow the CDC protocols for the retreat center. There will be no shared rooms, unless you come and travel together or can show a negative covid or vaccination.
The weather is beautiful in September. You will be able to enjoy Garuda Lake, and all the resort has to offer.
Meals: Meals are included in your housing fees. Fresh non-processed meals will be available for everyone. We can accommodate vegetarian and gluten-free diets.
Payments: If you would like to register with payment options, please contact: [masked] or call Yeru Bon Center at[masked] or https://yeruboncenter.org/events/
[masked] Early Registration by June 1 – Includes Teaching, housing and meals.
650.00 Registration after June 1 – Includes Teaching, housing and meals.
100.00 Live Stream Zoom
Refunds: Your fee is refundable, less a $75.00 processing fee, if your reservation is cancelled before June 1, 2021. 50% if your reservation is cancelled after June 1, 2021, and non-refundable after July 15, 2021, but your payment will be held as a credit for one year.
Pandemic Precautions: Yeru Retreat Center follows the guidelines of the CDC and have implemented all requirements for our guests to feel safe and to enjoy their time at the Yeru Retreat Center.