Monday, August 29, 2011

(Postponed)Tibetan Heart Yoga with Anatole Nguyen // Thursday, Sept 1

Please join us for a special evening of Tibetan Heart Yoga with Anatole Nguyen, this Thursday, September 1st at Three Jewels. Come enjoy a beautiful mix of dharma and yoga as Anatole leads us through a special series of asanas to open our hearts and reach enlightenment.

Everyone is welcome, $20 suggested donation

Anatole Nguyen is a devoted student of Sri Dharma Mittra, Geshe Michael Roach, and Lama Christie McNally. A certified yoga teacher and martial artist for seventeen years, he teaches the inner and outer methods of yoga and Buddhism, and has offered classes extensively in New York City, Arizona, and around the world.

Tibetan Heart Yoga developed over the centuries in the Gelukpa traditions of the Dalai Lamas. Created by Geshe Michael Roach and Lama Christie McNally, Tibetan Heart Yoga is a unique program for yoga on the physical and spiritual levels.

"You must have the karma to hear this method, you won't find it anywhere else. This is the easy, fun method to reach enlightenment in one lifetime; it doesn't have to take eons." - Anatole Nguyen

Thursday, August 18, 2011

On the Finer Points of Wisdom: Mahamudra and the 6 Flavors of Emptiness

The Three Jewels is open Monday August 29th at 5:30pm
Don't Miss this Workshop with John Elliott Oyzon
Monday August 29th and Tuesday August 30th at 7:30 pm

Monday, August 29, 7 - 9pm
Tuesday, August 30, 7 - 9pm

A lecture on how to transform and create your world, based on a presentation of mahamudra and the six flavors of emptiness as taught by Geshe Michael Roach.

John Elliott Oyzon is a graduate of Diamond Mountain University under Geshe Michael Roach and Lama Christie McNally. He is a physical theater performer and has been seen in Disney's Tarzan, De La Guarda, and Stomp. He is currently in the process of founding the Diamond Mountain Arts Institute in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Monday, August 8, 2011

Laughing Yoga with Jenny Mac • Tuesday August 23, 7:30 - 9pm

“Religion should be fun...and it should lead to the FUNNEST...practice happiness...there is no bodhisattva of depression.”
—Lama Marut

Inspired by the teachings of Lama Marut, the effervescent Jenny Mac leads the funnest dharma workshop this side of bodhichitta. The event will begin with a straight-faced, traditional Buddhist discussion on karma and emptiness, followed by a serious discourse on laughing as medicine that will lead into a practicum in which you will laugh like you've never laughed before (we are not liable for any shedding of tears of joy or peeing in pants). The evening will conclude with some grounding Qi Gong practices.

Suggested donation is $20. All proceeds go to the The Three Jewels NYC.

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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Yin Yoga with Cecile Roubaud • Aug 6, 12 - 2pm, Aug 7, 12 - 3pm

Please join us this Saturday and Sunday with a very special yoga experience led by renowned yogini Cecile Roubaud.

Yin Yoga was created by Paul and Suzie Grilley, it is inspired by the Chinese medicine and use the poses of Indian hatha yoga.

The practice aims at working on « Yin » tissues (tendons, ligaments, connective tissues , bones) in a « Yin » way (poses are hold long time, 3 to 5 minutes, with the muscle relaxed).

It can be a practice by itself or complementary to the « Yang » styles, all other, that works on « Yang « tissues » meaning the muscles.

On an energetic level, Yin Yoga also affect the lower meridian of energy located below the navel. Releasing the blockages of « Chi » at the origin of illness and tiredness.

Workshop Cost
$30.00 for Saturday/$40.00 for Sunday
$70.00 for both days, save $10.00 if you register in advance at