Tibetan Yoga Teacher Training with Dr Chok

Your Trip

On this journey through the spectacular landscapes of Ladakh, you will have transformative experiences whilst being immersed in the very heart of nature. These 10 days with the expert guidance of Dr Chok will be about purification, revitalization and reconnection with your body and your mind.

Dr Chok will lead you through dynamic Tibetan yoga classes as he explains the concepts and philosophies behind each movement. After this journey, you will be able to convey your unique experience and knowledge to your own students.

Open your hearts as you nourish your soul on this spectacular adventure and learn the ancient practices of Tibetan yoga that have endured over the centuries.

The Tibetan Yoga :

Developed over centuries in the ancient monasteries of Tibet; Tibetan yoga was originally practiced by Buddhist lamas who believed in being aware in every moment and in living them to the fullest. These lamas lived for over 100 years but carry the youth and vitality of men half their age.

Tibetan yoga is an incredible program which is known to turn back the hands of time. It is the union of body, mind and spirit; anchored through the synchronization of breathing and physical movement.

Tibetan yoga cleanses the impure energies within the body. It encompasses movement of the five major pranas in union with the five elements to open the chakras as well as the channels in the body.

Benefits of Tibetan Yoga :

  • Detoxification of the body
  • Balance the chakras
  • Reverse the ageing process
  • Restorative sleep
  • Enhanced memory
  • Physical and mental health
  • Relief from joint pain and arthritis
  • Improved strength and coordination
  • Harmonize the subtle channels of the body

You will like :

  • Take advantages of Dr Chok’s inspiring presence and open yourself to your own inner potential
  • Soak up the energies that Ladakh radiates
  • Experience and learn about meditation and yoga teaching
  • Become a spiritual guide yourself
  • Learn about a century-old yogic practice that is rarely taught in the world today
  • Meditate in sacred places
  • Be assisted by Omalaya’s friendly and caring guidance

Let’s download the brochure here.

Day 1

Thursday August 20th 2020


Arrival in Leh & Meditation time

When you arrive in Leh in Ladakh also, called “Little Tibet”. Ladakh, located on the northern tip of the Himalayan range, is nestled between two of the highest mountain ranges in the world, the Karakoram and the Himalayas.


Then you head to the Meditation Centre in the Palace of His Holiness the Dalaï Lama to get settled. This first day will be dedicated to your acclimatization to high altitude. It’s a rest day in your meditation center, allowing you to enjoy the sunshine and the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayan landscapes.

dalai lama

This first day will also mark your introduction to your exceptional and compassionate guide, Dr Chok, for a first meditation session.

Days 2 & 3

Friday August 21st and Saturday August 22nd 2020


Vajra & Breathing exercices

This morning, you will participate in your first Tibetan yoga session. Dr Chok will explain the concepts behind the practice and demonstrate the various positions of Lotus, the nine rounds of breathing for purification, and three syllables for purification.

There will also be an opportunity to ask any questions you have about these specific techniques or principles.

Why do five or seven points sitting postures matter and how do is affect the five main pranas and chakras ?
Some exercises make it possible to sit in vajra or lotus posture.

dr chok

Our body is like a cup. In the morning, we would never drink our coffee out of a left over dirty cup. It’s instinctive to wash and dry the cup before using it for a new purpose. The same logic towards our body should be part of our everyday lifestyle. Start a new day by purifying the stale chï (prana) and fill in with fresh chï (energy). It must be part of the morning routine. This exercise will allow you to fill up your body and mind with clean and bright energy for a better day!

Let’s clean and fill the cup !
How to remove the stale energy in your body and fill it with pure energy!

Our body is like a cup. After the practice (nine rounds of breath for purification), your cup is now washed. Before pouring your coffee, you would wipe the cup. Same thing need to be done with the body. The same thing needs to be done with your body. Here’s how to dry your cup before filling it, you use three syllables Hung, Ha, and Phat and do the bellow breathing pattern. This exercise allows you to entirely purify yourself from stale energy remaining in the body and fill it with pure positive energy. The full practice (added to the nine rounds of breath) takes less than 10 minutes and makes you ready to start a beautiful day with a nice cup of coffee ready to go !


Benefits of the exercices :
1. Purifies the stale energy of the body
2. Cleaning all the three channels/nadis
3. Removes any blockage in the channels
4. Reduces negative emotions
5. Feels relaxing and peaceful
6. Physical benefits: releasing pressure in the body. This practice is very useful to remove stale energy from the body in between yoga exercises. The green energy visualization at the end of the practice can prevent and cure diseases.
7. Mental benefits : cleaning the right channel, the one for hatred and anger will dissolve afflictive emotions. Angry and fearful thoughts remaining in the area of our judgment will be destroyed. Regularly practicing can cure mental suffering, as well as depression.
8. Energical benefits: purifying yourself from stale energy.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama described the nine rounds of breath for purification as a “tranquilizer”. When you experience emotional stress, the nine rounds of breath for purification will calm you down, and you’ll feel immediate relief.

lotus posture

The classes will be divided into 3 sessions :
1st session: – 7:00 to 9:30 am
2nd session: – 10:30 to 12:30 pm
3rd session: 6:00 to 7:30 pm (to learn various techniques of meditation/mindfulness practices)

Days 4 & 5

Sunday August 23rd and Monday August 24th 2020


The Great Importance of the 5 Elements

Full days of meditation and yoga sessions with Dr Chok.

• Each movement provides an inner relaxation for key points of your body, releases good energy and reinforces one of the elements.
• Each posture is linked with one of the 5 elements. Practicing this set of movements will help balancing all the elements in your body and mind


Every movement creates energy, has an impact on our channel and connection with the elements. Knowing which one is linked with wich element permits to develop these set of position.

Benefits of the exercice :
1. Physical: Release pressure and stretch the full body.
2. Mental: Help clearing thoughts, accumulate openness, clarity, compassion and recognize arising emotions linked with attachment, anger and ignorance to balance them.
3. Energetical : Open you channel, increase your positive energy and release energetical blockages.


The classes will be divided into 3 sessions :
1st session: – 7:00 to 9:30 am
2nd session: – 10:30 to 12:30 pm
3rd session: 6:00 to 7:30 pm (to learn various techniques of meditation/mindfulness practices)

Days 6 & 7

Tuesday August 25th and Wednesday August 26th 2020


Visualization & Vase holding breath

Full days of meditation and yoga sessions with Dr Chok.

Tong-ra or Empty shell is a visualization practice where you imagine our body as immaterial or nonphysical. taking these few minutes to envision yourself filled with bright golden light reduces the intensity of side effects of changing energy flows and pain from physical exercises. Think of this meditation as a preliminary preparation for your everyday practice.

Benefits of the exercice :
1. Physical benefits: Open your channels and reduce the effects of Yantra yoga practices
2. Mental benefits: Increase visualization.
3. Energetical benefits: Control your vital energy and prevent any damages that your energy flow’s transformation could cause.


The vase holding breath exercise is considered as the King of Tibetan Yoga. Why? Because breath is the bridge between body and mind, between the key elements of balance, it’s one of the key elements of balance and inner harmony.

We are breathing in and out on a range of 81 different levels of energies and 21,600 times every day. Therefore, it could be a bright idea to mind for our breathing patterns. Lama Tsongkhapa (the founder of Gelug tradition) reveals this paradoxical but very true statement: “If you want to live forever, stop breathing !“.


Let’s discover how does this 1 treatment for 100 diseases works !
Benefits of the exercice :
1. Physical benefits: Healing diseases
2. Mental benefits: Cleaning process through clearing your emotional chï
3. Energical benefits: Controlling your chï by learning how to hold it. When your chï is not moving, you are healing to gain more longevity.

The classes will be divided into 3 sessions :
1st session: – 7:00 to 9:30 am
2nd session: – 10:30 to 12:30 pm
3rd session: 6:00 to 7:30 pm (to learn various techniques of meditation/mindfulness practices)

Days 8 & 9

Thursday August 27th and Friday August 28th 2020


Pranas & Geg-sel movements

Full days of meditation and yoga sessions with Dr Chok.

You will have the opportunity to discover the 5 moments for the 5 main Pranas, 5 Geg-Sel (eliminating hindrances) movements for the five limbs and some other Geg-Sel movements.


The classes will be divided into 3 sessions :
1st session: – 7:00 to 9:30 am
2nd session: – 10:30 to 12:30 pm
3rd session: 6:00 to 7:30 pm (to learn various techniques of meditation/mindfulness practices)

Day 10

Saturday August 29th 2020


The healer potential of Yoga


For your last day in the sacred lands of Ladakh, you will learn some special yoga postures such as :
1. The power yoga for all kinds of diseases
2. For depression
3. For insomnia
4. For eyes
5. How to do beb (descend)

Day 11

Sunday August 30th 2020

Leh. Home.

Leaving Leh

Fly back home & end of your enriching journey.

vol retour

Let’s download the brochure here.

Your Guide

Dr Chok is an accomplished teacher who has dedicated his career to the continuance of the Tibetan language in modern society. He has spent the last decade advancing his studies at a plethora of institutions and obtained his Ph.D at the University of Delhi.

Ordained by HH The Dalai Lama, he practiced as a Tibetan monk for 10 years before adopting the life of a practicing academic, teacher and healer. As the Head of the Research and Translation Department at the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives in Dharamshala, he teaches a wide range of modalities from Tibetan language classes to Tibetan yoga and Buddhist philosophy.

His passion however lies with Tibetan (lujong) yoga. This eastern style of yogic practice is exceedingly rare and few people, are qualified to teach it today.

Travelling with Dr Chok offers a unique opportunity to integrate these rare yogic practices with Buddhist philosophy; articulated in a way that seamlessly blends eastern thought with western context.

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From the 20th to the 30th of August 2020


1110 euros per person

The Price Includes

  • Accommodation in a double room throughout the itinerary
  • Daily 6 hours of yoga and meditation classes with Dr Chok
  • Full board throughout your stay in Ladakh
  • Pure vegetarian diet during the course

The Price Excludes

  • International and national flights to/from Leh (although we are happy to provide assistance with ticket booking)
  • Visa fees (it is your responsibility to obtain your own visa prior to
  • Cancellation/travel insurance


10 nights in the Palace of His Holinesse the Dalaï Lama in Leh


Pick-up and drop off from from the airport to the hotel and from the hotel to the airport

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