The Tibetan Art of Healing: "Overcoming Fear and Anxiety"

"The Tibetan Art of Healing  (Sowa rigpa) - Overcoming Fear and Anxiety"
Online seminar with 
Menpa (Amjee) Namgyal Phunrab

Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th of April 2021
at 10.00 AM - 12.00 PM (Oslo - UTC+2) via
           «How to overcome
fear and anxiety 
and perspectives on human discomfort
from the Tibetan Art of Healing (Sowa Rigpa)»

In this online seminar over two days Menpa (Amjee) Namgyal Phunrab will give an introduction to The Tibetan Art of Healing, called Sowa Rigpa. In his talk he will give a particular focus on methods to overcome discomfort, fear and anxiety.  

Sowa Rigpa (གསོ་བ་རིག་པ་།) is the traditional medical system of Tibet. With roots dating back more than 2500 years, it is one of the oldest healing traditions in the world. Incorporating elements from the foreign medical systems of Ancient India, China, and Greece, Sowa Rigpa is a truly holistic system of medicine that utilizes highly sophisticated diagnostic techniques and the four main treatment methods of diet and lifestyle modifications, herbal medicine, and a diverse variety of manual therapies in order to fulfill its fourfold aim of preventing illness, curing illness, extending life, and cultivating happiness.

A Sowa Rigpa practitioner is commonly known as Amjee / Menpa. Amjee or Menpa refers to as one who approaches other beings with unconditional love and compassion from the warm heart to support their imbalance state of body and mind.

Seminar weekend, Saturday/Sunday 10 AM -12 PM (Oslo - UTC+2) - NOK 400. Register below and you'll receive an email with a Zoom link to the event the day before it starts.


Menpa (Amjee) Namgyal Phunrab will also hold a seminar on "How to Avoid Stress and Burnout" May 1st and 2nd. 

Menpa (Amjee) Namgyal Phunrab was born in 1971 and is a Certified Registered Practitioner of Tibetan Medicine. He achieved his certification with distinction and is appreciated for his holistic way of treating clients. He holds lectures, workshops and seminars on the Traditional Tibetan Medical System worldwide. 
He currently lives in South-India with his wife and two daughters. Menpa (Amjee) Namgyal Phunrab teaches in English.