Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Shang Shung Institute of America Tibetan Kunye Massage Therapy Program Graduation



Four students received their diplomas from Dr. Phuntsog Wangmo yesterday from the Shang Shung Institute of America for completion of the 750 hour Tibetan Kunye Massage Therapy program. They are Lindsay H. Post, Maria Jose Gimenez, Bret Bourman and Deborah Krause (absent).

[Left to right: Lindsay H. Post, Bret Bourman, Osel Dorje Rinpoche, Dr. Phuntsog Wangmo, and Maria Jose Gimenez]

Beginning in the Spring of 2012, the Shang Shung Institute School of Tibetan Medicine launched a new 750-hour Tibetan Kunye Massage Therapy Comprehensive Certification Program. This program is the most advanced training in traditional Kunye Massage Therapy currently offered anywhere in the US or abroad. The program prepares students for professional practice, and meets the new curriculum guidelines established by the Massachusetts State Board of Registration of Massage Therapy.

A dinner was hosted by Shang Shung in the Tsegyalgar East gonpa to celebrate the graduates, meet the twelve online students in residence for the first time attending Namkha's Astrology course, and honor visiting Tibetan lama, Osel Dorje Rinpoche.

To learn more about the Tibetan Kunye Massage Therapy Program and Four Year Online program, contact the Institute at email-- info@shangshung.org or visit their webpage at www.shangshung.org.

See slide show of the graduation/dinner event below:




9 comments:

MJGimenez said...

Thank you for posting the article and the wonderful photos.
However, some corrections are needed on graduates' names.

Khandroling Paper Cooperative said...

HI Maria----I think I corrected the narrative on the slide show and added Deborah Krause's name to the list. Please let me know if I need to correct anything else. Many Thanks--Jacqueline

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