I am a Buddhist. I have been one for a very long time now. Throughout the years of practice I acquired very wide knowledge and experience in many different branches of yoga and meditation practice not only in Buddhist tradition but also in Sikh, Hebrew, Christian and Hindu traditions.
I use this knowledge every day working with clients, choosing and adjusting methods from different paths of practice and knowledge to particular needs of the client. Among the yogi practices most often used I would like to mention the following:
- Dream and Sleep Yoga as taught by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpocze (http://www.ligmincha.org/en/tenzin-wangyal-rinpoche.html) in ancient Tibetan Bon tradition.
- Joga Nidra – as taught by Swami Satyananda Saraswati (http://www.biharyoga.net/yoga-vision/sri-swami-satyananda-saraswati/) and Swami Niranyanda Saraswati (http://www.biharyoga.net/yoga-vision/swami-niranjanananda-saraswati/) from Bihar School of Yoga.
- Therapeutic Yoga as taught by profesor Pasang Yonten Arya Tendi Sherpa having its roots in the teaching of the Six Yogas of Naropa (http://www.rigpawiki.org/index.php?title=Six_Yogas_of_Naropa).
- Excersises and practices of Yoga and Kriya from Bihar School of Yoga as taught by Swami Satyananda Saraswati
- Kundalini yoga – elements of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan (http://www.yogibhajan.org/) in Sikh tradition.
- Tsa- lung practice as taught by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpocze in ancient Tibetan Bon tradition
- Trul Khor practice as taught by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpocze and Alejandro Chaoul- Reich in ancient Tibetan Bon tradition – elements of practice my be used working with clients who received appropriate initiations.