List of events

This year, we will be holding the following courses. Please contact us if you wish to attend.

19 - 24 July 2018: Hatha Yoga Teachings with Bhagwan Singh

7 - 9 July 2017: Yantra Yoga with Julia Gimenez

Gyalton Rinpoche Visit

Meditation Retreat with Lama Jangchup

Hatha Yoga Teachings
with Bhagwan Singh
19 - 24 July 2018

Bhagwan Singh was born in Dostpur, Haryana, India in 1961. At the early age of 14 he started his training with Mr Jagdish in Haryana then up to 1996 completed his formation in Hatha yoga and Kundalini yoga with various Indian masters.
Between 1997 and 1998 he received teachings from guru C.S. Sherma (Bathie Yoga Sansta) and it is in this year that he obtained the Diploma of Yoga Instructor delivered by the Delhi Government.

During the following years Bhagwan Singh taught yoga in various Indian Centres.
From 2006 he settled in San Sebastián, where he has been teaching yoga up to this day. His teaching style is thorough, blending knowledge acquired first hand from various Indian masters with his comprehension of the Western mind.
This course will last 6 days, from Thursday 19 to Tuesday 24 included.
The programme will be:
08 - 10 Yoga14 - 15 Vegetarian food
10 - 11 Breakfast15 - 18 Free time
11 - 12 Talk from Bhagwan18 - 20 Yoga
12 - 14 Free time20 - 21 Supper

For the harmony and smooth running of the Centre each participant can offer at least one hour of their time to assist in the kitchen or the vegetable garden.

Palpung Sera Nevada
The venue is situated in the National Park of Sierra Nevada, in the Alpujarra de Granada, at 2000m of altitude. It is of extraordinary beauty and tranquility. It is possible to have walks and treks, either on foot or push bikes. There is also a water depot where one can swim.
For reservation please contact Isa on mobile: +34 636 484 610
or by email to: email

Yantra Yoga
with Julia Gimenez
7 - 9 July 2017


Yantra Yoga, or Movement Yoga, is connected to Tibetan Medicine that reached India around the 4thC AC, then later Tibet. It goes much further than just cure or prevent, as besides this it is a path to realisation within the Dzogchen school, to realise the true nature of mind, transmitted through a pure and uninterrupted lineage from the Mahasiddha Humkara to Padmasambhava and Vairochana (8thC) until Namkhai Norbu RInpoche who started teaching it from 1970.

It consists in a continuous sequence of movements that follow the rhythm of a relaxed heartbeat, applying distinctive techniques of conscious breathing, without effort but vividly and with stamina, adapted to the capabilities and needs of each participant.

Yantra Yoga (The Union of Sun and Moon) is movement, attention and breathing like life itself, solar and lunar energies in action. It is harmony and rhythm that liberate the potentials of your mind, refocuses your energy in the right direction for the good functioning of your organism and balances your emotions, also lifting your conscious higher than it's limitations, until the awakening of your abilities.

The movement of your body will escort the harmonious movement of your breathing, following your heartbeat, in union with your attention, allowing your mind to open itself to clarity reinforcing within your vital energy and dissolving the obstacles from your energy channels in order to integrate and recuperate your physical,emotional and mental health, allowing you to mix in an harmonious way, spontaneously and without effort with those that surround you.

Instructor: Julia Gimenez, recognised instructor by Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche.

Information:, or 658 570 101. Link:

Connected groups: Comunidad Dzogchen de Espana (Barcelona), Centro Samasara (Madrid), Fundacion Alma (Cadiz), Priego (Cordoba), Centro de Psicoterapia Interactiva Enea (Rivas).
Harmonious Breathing is a method developed by Fabio Andrico, inspired by a simplification of the experience of Yantra Yoga of Vairochana, one of the oldest yogas in the world. It is linked to Tibetan Medicine, transmitted in a pure form since the 3rdC and brought to us today by Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche. It is based in the integration of mind and movement via the breathing linked to the energy that is the base of emotions, following the heartbeats of a sane heart in order to balance and reinforce our vital energy and return to our natural state.

A correct conscious breathing, full and fluid, free of blockages or bad habits patterns is the key for mind and body co-ordination. It liberates and levels emotions, calms the mind increasing clarity, concentration and potential. It is used in many therapeutic methods, either psychological to control mind and self knowledge, or physical in rehabilitating and unifying pain, chore part of many kind of yogas and practices in order to achieve a state of contemplation.

The benefits have been assessed scientifically including in major and chronic illnesses. It reduces tensions, physical and mental stresses, improving physiological and mental functions, as dreams quality, making them more restorative, increases energy levels and satisfaction capabilities during the day, cardiovascular health, breathing and nervous systems, digestion towards a more efficient consumption of oxygen, including glandular rejuvenation, mainly the pituitary and pineal glands.

Good breathing means a longer and better life. Adaptable to any age and physical conditions these breathing exercises can be practiced alone or combined with any kind of therapy, yoga, meditation practices, medical treatments, increasing their effectiveness.

As well as a harmonious breathing, correct posture, preliminaries of Yantra Yoga and some Tibetan Medicine basics we will experiment with some basic pranayamas in order to eliminate contaminated air, increase breathing capacity by co-ordinating heart functions, balancing anxiety and depression and increase calmness, facilitating the necessary kumbhaka needed for higher meditative states.

Gyalton Rinpoche Visit


The present, seventh reincarnation, Karma Palden Lungtok Trinley Rangye, was born in Sikkim and identified as Gyalton Tulku in 1983 by the Tai Situpa and shortly after enthroned in the palace temple in Gangtok, Sikkim.
In 1989 Gyalton Rinpoche went to Palpung Sherabling where he studied under the guidance of H.E. Tai Situ Rinpoche and Salshey Rinpoche for two years. He then went to a regular English medium school and university where sciences became his main stream of study.
On completion of his studies in 2002 Rinpoche returned to Palpung Sherabling to undergo higher Buddhist studies where H.E. Tai Situ Rinpoche appointed him the Dorje Lobpon of the monastery until 2006.
In 2007 he entered the monastic college at Palpung Sherabling to continue his studies.
Rinpoche speaks fluent English, Hindi and Nepali and is perfectly at home with the Western cultural norms.
We will announce the dates as soon as this event is confirmed.

Travel: Flights to Granada from London City Airport or Malaga from anywhere.
Then bus or train to Guadix, where we pick you up and drop you for the return.
Please do not hesitate to ask if in doubt.
For reservation please contact Isa on mobile: +34 636 484 610
or by email to: email

Meditation Retreat
with Lama Jangchup


Born in Mussourie, of Tibetan origin (Mindrolling region).
Spent his childhood between Mussourie and Dharamsala, whilst studying Tibetan with his father, a professor in the monasteries. At age 7, he joined the Thupten Sangag Choeling monastery in Darjeeling to study Dharma.

A few years later, within the same monastery, he became in charge of ritual songs and dance, becoming the lead singer (Umze).

At the same time, he received transmissions from Nyingma and Kagyu masters.

Later he went into retreats in Darjeeling and France. At this time, he met HH Minling Trichen Rinpoche and her Eminence Jetsun Khandro Rinpoche.

He continues with his activities due to their blessings.
19.30 Presentation and introduction
20.30 Dinner

08.30 - 09.30 Breakfast
10.00 - 13.00 Teachings and meditation
13.30 Lunch
15.30 Tea and homemade cake
16.00 - 19.00 Teachings and Chenrezig practice (Compassion Buddha)
20.30 Dinner

08.30 - 09.30 Breakfast
10.00 - 13.00 Teachings, meditation and dedications
13.30 Lunch
15.00 End of course