By Drukmo Gyal Dakini & local musicians

  • 23 April 2020 (Thu)
  • 08:00 PM
  • location will be announced soon


  • 24-25 April (Fri-Sat)
  • 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Poznan
  • participation fees will follow soon

Congress Fee includes:
✓ Opening Night Mantra concert
✓ 2-day Congress
✓ Tea breaks and lunches for 2-day Congress
✓ Congress pack

-for the first time in Europe

A Union of Karmamudra & Mahamudra

Guided by Dr.Nida Chenagtsang

  • 14 - 21 April 2020 (Tue-Tue)
  • Whole Day
  • outer peace to allow inner peace: beautiful lakeside Hotel near Poznan, concrete information will follow soon
  • information will follow soon
  • Retreat Information Download will follow soon

✓ To complete Yuthok Nyingthig Ngöndro Retreat
✓ To complete at least Outer Guru Yoga or any of the Guru Yoga Retreat

will be announced soon

The Great Mahasiddha and Mahamudra Master Saraha said: “Without karmamudra, there is no mahamudra”

What are the differences and connections between these two mudras?

Join Dr. Nida Chenagtsang in this 7-day vajrayana yoga retreat where he will skillfully guides us to understand, control and transform your mind to find inner peace through the lower path of bliss and the upper path of liberation.


Mahamudra literally means ‘Great Gesture’, but is commonly translated as ‘Great Seal’. It is one of the most advanced Tibetan meditation methods of the Vajrayana tradition, practiced by most of the Tibetan Tantric schools. It is a direct teaching about the true nature of mind. Teachings about it can also be found in the Sutra tradition, such as in the Prajnaparamita Sutras where it is conducted through Samatha and Vipassana meditation.
The teachings on Mahamudra in the Yuthok Nyingthig – like most Mahamudra teachings – explain about the Four Yogas of Mahamudra. Based on the transformation of body channels and energy during the Dzogrim stage, Yuthok Nyingthig’s Mahamudra aims especially at the thigle (essence drop of the mind) transformation.


The Yuthok Nyingthig contains a very extensive teaching on Karmamudra as a key point to achieve innate clear light experience. This practice of the orgasm state is also known as the ‘path of bliss’ or the ‘union practice’. It can be done alone or with a partner and involves training in yogic exercises and utilizing the energy and channels to attain different levels of bliss experiences to integrate with meditation, for both men and women.

According to the Yuthok Nyingthig, the result of Karmamudra can lead to the attainment of the Rainbow Body.

Other Congress Programs

Please enjoy the rich preliminary schedule for the Congress and the additional program in the inspiring metropolis of Poznan and in the beautful countryside nearby.


Guided by Dr.Nida Chenagtsang

✓ Have completed Nejang course (6 hrs). 
✓ Done at least 6 months of daily 30 minutes Bumbachen practice.
✓ Highly recommended to do Nejang practice everyday.

🔔 Participants will be tested on Nejang exercises.

Nejang is a combination of breathing, movements and self-massage; these yogic exercises from the Tibetan medical tradition have been used for centuries to promote healing, balance the internal energies, and cleanse the body. While Tibetan yogas are typically kept secret; this practice, from the Kalachakra tradition, can be done by anybody. It is also a preparation for higher levels of yogic practices. This system has traditionally been used by Tibetan physicians and as a recommended exercise for patients. 

These are specific exercises indicated for different conditions, and to balance the different internal energies in the body. According to the original ancient text, this practice unblocks knots in the channels, and pacifies diseases in the body and mind. It also had the power to eliminate and protect the practitioner from provocations, and bring spiritual realizations. 

In this teachers’ training workshop, you will go in-depth into the practice with Master Teacher Dr.Nida Chenagtsang –

  1. Nine purifications breathing

  2. Bumpa Chen (Vase breathing)

  3. 24 nejang movements

ROOT Tantra Class

Guided by Dr.Nida Chenagtsang and various international senior teachers

  • 22-23 April
  • 09:30 AM - 05:30 PM
  • Poznan
  • fees will be announced soon

🔔 The start of a new study program on an international level for new students from all over the world…

Step into the world of the Tibetan Science of Healing and Happiness under the guidance of our outstanding Medical Director of Sorig Khang International, Dr. Nida Chenagtsang, together with experienced senior teachers from all over the world. What a wonderful opportunity to start with a new education on an international level and to get to know colleagues from the beginning parallel to a close contact with the inspiring network of Sorig Khang International.

This course opens a door into this ancient and powerful system of “traditional modern” medicine, passed down for centuries until today in an unbroken lineage.

We will study the Root Tantra, introducing the foundations of Tibetan Medicine in an essential yet profound system. Here, essential principles and practices of Sowa Rigpa, the Science of Healing, are presented as leaves trees growing in the Medicine Buddha’s mandala garden.


Guided by Dr.Nida Chenagtsang and various international senior teachers

We are all looking forward to the THESIS PRESENTATIONS of students who have finished their education program. It´s a wonderful opportunity to learn more from people who dedicated time of intensive research to a specific topic in the field of Sowa Rigpa.