Classes (Online) 

Bring awareness practice into your everyday life. Classes are a wonderful way to cultivate a regular meditation practice or to engage with contemplation, inquiry, or deep relaxation of mind, body, senses over a longer period of time than afforded by a workshop or a retreat.

Please note that due to health concerns, we are holding all classes online. After you enroll, you will receive an email with the link to join online the week before your class begins. The same link will be used each week for your class. 

 

Early Fall Term / 8 Weeks 

Meditation (MED)

Beginning Meditation: Body, Breath and Mind in Meditation (MED110)
Wednesdays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (August 26 – October 14)
As we work with mediation practices, we start to integrate our body breath and mind. This brings relaxation and balance to our embodiment and in our daily life. The class introduces practices that gently guide us along the path of meditation.
Instructor: Santosh Philip. Cost: $144. Prerequisites: Open to all.
Register: https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756619

Intermediate Meditation, Deepening Meditation: Weekly Shamatha Practice (MED225)
Mondays, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM, PST (August 24 – October 12)
Do you find yourself lagging behind in your commitment to meditation practice? Did you think that the virus-lockdown would have freed you to deepen your meditation only to find yourself more distracted than ever? If you want to deepen your practice, and develop the calm confidence that only regular meditation can bring, join Bob Byrne, an experienced meditation instructor and longtime student of Tarthang Tulku, for weekly practice and discussion. Shamatha meditation will be emphasized along with guidance to develop concentration, deepen feeling, and provoke insight into openness.
Instructor: Bob Byrne. Cost: $144. Prerequisites: Open to all meditators.
Register: https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756624

Advanced Meditation: Vajrasattva Purification (MED 316)
Mondays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (August 24 – October 12)
All beings carry some negative karma that may present obstacles to the accumulation of merit and wisdom. This class will focus on the invocation of Vajrasattva as a powerful means of purification of the negativity of body, speech and mind. The practice of the Four Reliances and prayers, mantras and visualizations related to Vajrasattva offer a process of deep purification of both gross and subtle imprints of the history we carry within mind. As karmic bonds loosen in the brilliant light of bodhicitta, mind experiences ease and renewed vigor to continue the path of liberation.
Instructor: Lama Palzang. Cost: $144. Prerequisites: Three years of meditation experience or consent of the instructor.
Register: https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756630 

Buddhist Studies (DHS)

Path of Liberation: Deluded Mind/Awakened Mind (DHS208)
Tuesdays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (August 25 – October 13)
The seventh quarter of the Path of Liberation program looks at mind (citta). We will explore how mind of ignorance and delusion are transformed into awakened mind. All the teachings of the Dharma are informed by knowledge of the inner workings of consciousness. Like a magical elixir, when Dharma unites with ordinary, deluded mind, awakened mind comes into view. In this class, readings from Path of Heroes and the Bodhicharyavatara will guide and inspire our efforts to study and practice.
Instructors: Mark Henderson and Hugh Joswick. Cost: $174, includes workshops. Prerequisites: Previous course (DHS207) or consent of the instructors.
Includes 2 Workshops: The Perfections of Patience and Strength (DHS413), September 12 and The Perfections of Meditation and Wisdom (DHS414), October 5th.
Register: https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756635

Reading the Sutras: In the Words of the Buddha (DHS101)
Wednesdays, 7:00–8:30 PM, PST (August 26 – October 14)
Reading the Sutras is an ongoing course that examines in detail essential sutras in the Buddhist tradition. We read the sutras not as historical texts but as a practical encounter with the teachings of the Buddha. Our goal is to develop a respect for the sutra tradition and to foster an internal examination of how these texts can speak to our twenty-first century experience. This term we study sections from the Maharatnakuta Sutra. These Mahayana texts examine nonduality, consciousness, Buddhahood, and the nature of the bodhisattva path. They develop important themes for understanding the Great Vehicle that spread throughout Asia and Tibet.
Instructors: Pema Gellek, Richard Dixey, and Hugh Joswick. Cost: $144. Prerequisites: Sincere interest in the Buddha’s teachings.
Register:  https://nyingmainstitute.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756639

Guide to Chanting Tibetan Prayers (DHS 114)
Wednesdays, 9:30 – 11:00 AM, PST (August 26-October 14)
Learn how to chant traditional prayers in the Tibetan language. Practice materials will be provided showing the Tibetan text, phonetic pronunciation, and English translation. In addition to providing background teachings, students will be guided in the pronunciation, melody, and rhythm of selected traditional Buddhist prayers.
Instructors: Lama Palzang and Mark Henderson. Cost: $144. Prerequisites: Sincere interest in the Buddha’s teachings.
Register:  https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756678 

Kum Nye (KNR)

Beginning Kum Nye: Listening to the Body, Healing Body and Mind (KNR 105)
Section One, Evenings: Mondays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (August 24 – October 12)
Section Two, Mornings: Thursdays, 7-8:30 AM, PST; 10—11:30 AM, EST (August 27-October 15)
This is the first semester of a yearlong introduction to Kum Nye Tibetan yoga, a gentle healing system based on ancient Eastern medical and meditative traditions. It has been adapted by Tibetan lama Tarthang Tulku for the West in Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga: A Complete Guide to Health and Wellbeing. This fall we learn to listen to our bodies, opening our senses and touching our feelings directly. We explore how we can integrate body and mind in all our activities, promoting relaxation that has a vital and lasting quality. Anyone who wants to learn Kum Nye systematically or who wishes to develop relaxation to prepare for or support a meditation practice is encouraged to start here.
This course is required for those who are enrolled in Kum Nye Teacher Training Program; teacher training students can take either section, depending on what fits their schedule and their time zone. This series may be taken in any sequence and on a drop in basis for those not in the Teacher training. 

Monday Evenings: Instructor: Abbe Blum Cost: $144, Drop-in: $20/class.
Register:  https://nyingmainstitute.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756687

Thursday Mornings: Instructor Anita McNulty. Cost: $144, Drop-in: $20/class.
Register: https://nyingmainstitute.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756693 

Intermediate/Mixed Level Kum Nye: Joy of Being, Swimming in Feeling: Touching the Inner Essence of Relaxation (KNR209)
Thursdays, 7:00 –8:30 PM, PST (August 27-October 15)
During this fall semester of the ongoing Joy of Being class, we cultivate touching the inner essence of relaxation and inviting the joy of experience to come out (p.126). We will tune in more closely to the field of perception and also continue “easening”—giving ease to mind, senses, body and being (pp.134;138). Practices heal the body and massage the mind, lessening the grasping quality that comes with perceiving and narrating experience.
Instructor: Abbe Blum. Cost $144, Drop-in: $20/class. Based on Tarthang Tulku’s Joy of Being. Prerequisite: Kum Nye 200 series can be taken in any order, and on a drop in basis. No prerequisites. 
Register:  https://nyingmainstitute.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756749 

Advanced Kum Nye: Generating Happiness from Within (KNR304)
Tuesdays, 7–8:30 PM, PST (August 25 – October 13)
“Kum Nye offers a way to support health, happiness, and inner peace, the foundation of meaning in life and the gateway to the most sublime meditative experience.” Tarthang Tulku, Joy of Being.
Advanced Kum Nye practices attune body, mind, and spiritual path-awakening inner resources that generate sustainable joy and satisfaction. This class moves toward these goals with practices that enliven contact with the four energy centers located in the head, throat, heart, and navel area.
Cost: $144, Drop-in: $20/class. Instructor: Santosh Philip. Based on Tarthang Tulku’s Joy of Being. Prerequisite: two years of Kum Nye practice or instructor’s consent.
Register:  https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756754 

Anatomy of a Kum Nye Exercise: #106 Trinity of Practice: Breath, Energy and Awareness (KNR130)
Selected Wednesdays, 8:30 AM-9:30 AM, PST
This early morning class covers both Early and Late Fall terms. Dates include: August 26, September 9 and 23, October 7 and 28, November 11, and December 2 and 16.
What would it be like to take nearly 4 months to learn and deeply embody a single challenging Kum Nye practice? We will work intimately with the breath and inner awareness, as we build the physical elements of this practice over time, until we can fully engage it – physically, mentally, and energetically. This practice builds deep strength and concentration, and stimulates and revitalizes inner energies. Commitment to daily practice between classes is required to get the full benefit of this course.
Instructor: Donna Morton. Cost: $96. Prerequisites: completed at least one Kum Nye course or workshop, or with permission of the instructor.
Register:  https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756773

Kum Nye: Four Week Self Massage (KNR106)
Fridays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (August 28 – September 18)
A four-week “hands-on” class in Kum Nye Self-massage. Students are led through gentle, slow massage routines that promote physical, emotional, and mental relaxation in order to deepen their sense of physical presence and general well-being.
Instructor: Santosh Philip. Cost $72. Open to all.
Register:  https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756787

Nyingma Psychology (NPS)

The Way of Caring: Healing the Heart, Level 1 (NPS220)
Thursdays, 7:00-8:30 PM, PST (August 27 – October 15)
More than ever, in this age of distraction and disconnection, we yearn for vital connection and a real sense of belonging. We will focus on practices that help us deeply experience the rich energies of the heart that come alive through sensing our connection to living beings and our world. This is the first class of a year-long course that will teach good habits of mind that lead to relaxation, lightening of inner negativity, and a profound sense of freedom.
Instructors: Pema Gellek and Hugh Joswick. Cost $144. Prerequisites: Open to all.
Register:   https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756793

Caring and the Engaged Life (NPS121)
Saturdays, 10:00 – 11:30 AM, PST (August 29 – October 17)
Can caring be integrated into an active and engaged life? Can our actions support the wellbeing of others and the world around us while supporting our own wellbeing? Can we deepen our experience of caring in both our professional and personal lives? Can every moment and every action be infused with qualities of caring that generate a feeling of wholeness?

“When I first heard the title of Tarthang Tulku’s new book “Caring” I teared up. The very word was a stark contrast to harshness of how people behave towards one another in the world of competition and crude social discourse. I have been told by others the word moves something inside them too, a longing for the joy and kindness possible between us.”
Instructor: Vicki Riskin. Cost: $144. Prerequisites: Open to all.
Register:  https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756802

Tools for Difficult Times (NPS122)
Thursdays, 10:00 – 11:30 AM, PST (August 27 – October 15)
Practices will be presented to ease stress, balance mind/body, cultivate patience and transform anxiety, no matter what the difficulties. Each class will include Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga, guided meditations and silent sitting. We will encourage observation of the meditation experience, noticing what practices lead to quieting mind, opening mind and heart, feeling integrated, contented, and which don’t move you. We’ll notice changes and ‘openings’ from week to week, both in meditation and in activity, and how to apply the knowledge gleaned from observing, to enhance life experience.
Instructor: Olivia Hurd. Cost $144; Drop-in: $20/class. Prerequisites: Open to all.
Register:  https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756809 

Tibetan Language (TIB)

Beginning Tibetan Level I (TIB 101)
Mondays, 6:15 – 7:45 PM, PST (August 24 – October 12)
In this beginning first level language class, students study vocabulary and grammar while working with selections from classical Tibetan texts.
Instructor: Mark Henderson. Cost: $144. No Prerequisites. 
Register:  https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756812 

Intermediate Tibetan I (TIB 201)
Thursdays, 6:15-7:45 PM, PST (August 27 – October 15)
Reading and translation of traditional texts and prayers in the classical Tibetan language. To join this class, you should have enough knowledge of Tibetan to look up words and also understand the basics of grammar.
Instructor: Mark Henderson. Cost: $144. Prerequisites: Beginning Tibetan Level V, or consent of the instructor. 
Register:  https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756816

Advanced Tibetan: Advanced Study (TIB 301)
Fridays, 4:30 – 5:45 PM, PST (August 28 – October 16)
This advanced Tibetan course consists of continuing reading and translation in the classical Tibetan language. It is for those who already have a good grasp of grammar, vocabulary, and working with Tibetan texts.
Instructor: Barr Rosenberg. Cost: $144. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor.
Register:  https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4698&pk=1756819 

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Late Fall Term / 8 Weeks

No classes on Thursday, November 26th in observance of Thanksgiving.

Meditation (MED)

Advanced Meditation: Bodhicitta and the Four Immeasurables (MED317)
Mondays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (October 26 – December 14)
“Bodhicitta” might be described as the most precious jewel of mind, the superlative spirit of altruism, or simply as the heart of awakening. Following in the steps of the bodhisattvas, we too can endeavor to generate this transformative orientation within ourselves, with the aid of the four immeasurables: equanimity, love, compassion, and joy. In this class, Lama Palzang will guide students through traditional practices for developing bodhicitta and the four immeasurables.
Instructor: Lama Palzang. Cost: $144. 
Register: — 

Intermediate Meditation: Breathing, Deepening, and Dreaming (MED222)
Mondays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (October 26 – December 14)
This 7-week practice course for experienced meditators consists primarily of sitting, with a minimum of instruction. We will tune and refine the breath in a sequence of practices sourced from Tarthang Tulku’s Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga (KNTY). We will also touch upon the sections “Deepening Through Meditation” and “Reality and Illusion” from Openness Mind (OM).
Instructor: Pauline Yu. Cost: $126. Prerequisites: Two years of meditation experience or consent of the instructor. This class can be taken together with the Meditation Practice Intensive (MED501) on Saturday, December 19.
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Beginning Meditation: Quieting the Mind (MED101)
Wednesdays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (October 28-December 16)
This class will introduce traditional meditation practices, including body movement (Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga), breath awareness, chanting, and visualization, in order to begin to quiet distracting
thoughts and movements of mind, opening mind to a clearer experience. Also, there will be some lecture and discussion to help clarify experiences. The text used will be Hidden Mind of Freedom by Tarthang Tulku. Readings are assigned and encouraged to help support your meditation practice. In addition, a daily meditation practice is encouraged to bring about the transformative experience that you may be seeking.
Instructor: Santosh Philip. Cost: $144. For beginners and those wishing to review basic techniques.
Register:  — 

Buddhist Studies (DHS)

Path of Liberation: The World as Sacred Space (8th quarter) (DHS 210)
Tuesdays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (October 27 – December 15)
Powerful Buddhist symbols point toward a comprehensive vision in which the universe itself arises as a mandala—a sacred space in which the journey to awakening is assured. We explore this vision, studying how every aspect of experience can be transformed. We also look at the sacred symbols that have been created by the Nyingma organizations and how the mandala structures its operations, both outer and inner.
Instructors: Mark Henderson and Hugh Joswick. Cost: $174, includes workshops. Prerequisites: Previous course (DHS208) or consent of the instructors.
Includes 2 workshops: Path of Prayer to the Land of Bliss (DHS415), Saturday, November 14, 10 AM-1 PM and The Power of Buddhist Symbols (DHS416), Saturday December 5, 10 AM-1 PM
Register:  — 

Guide to Chanting Tibetan Prayers (DHS 114)
Wednesdays, 9:30 – 11:00 AM, PST (October 28 – December 16)
Learn how to chant traditional prayers in the Tibetan language. Practice materials will be provided showing the Tibetan text, phonetic pronunciation, and English translation. In addition to providing background teachings, students will be guided in the pronunciation, melody, and rhythm of selected traditional Buddhist prayers.
Instructors: Lama Palzang and Mark Henderson. Cost: $144. Prerequisites: Sincere interest in the Buddha’s teachings.
Register: —

Reading the Sutras: Following the Words of the Buddha (DHS221)
Wednesdays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (October 28 – December 16)
Reading the Sutras is an ongoing course that examines in detail essential sutras in the Buddhist tradition. We read the sutras not as historical texts but as a practical encounter with the teachings of the Buddha. Our goal is to develop a respect for the sutra tradition and to foster an internal examination of how these texts can speak to our twenty-first century experience. This term we study the King of Samadhis Sutra (Samadhirajasutra). This much quoted Mahayana sutra examines the nature of emptiness and discusses various aspects of the conduct and motivation of the Bodhisattva. One of the earliest Mahayana texts, the Sutra is known for its description of the equal nature of all phenomena and for its lengthy stories of the Buddha’s past lives.
Instructors: Pema Gellek, Hugh Joswick, Richard Dixey. Cost $144. Prerequisites: Sincere interest in the Buddha’s teachings.
Register:  — 

Kum Nye (KNR)

KumNye 2: Stimulating and Transforming Energy (KNR121?)
Section One, Evenings:  Mondays, 7:00 to 8:30 PM, PST with Abbe Blum (October 26 – December 14)
Section Two, Mornings:  Thursdays,  7:00 – 8:30 AM, PST; 10:00 – 11:30 AM, EST  with Anita McNulty (October 29–December 17)
This is the second semester of a year-long introduction to Kum Nye Tibetan yoga, a gentle healing system based upon ancient Eastern medical and meditative traditions. It has been adapted by Tibetan Lama, Tarthang Tulku for the West in Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga: A Complete Guide to Health and Wellbeing. In this course, we continue our exploration of the practice of Kum Nye through breathing, touching feeling directly, opening the senses and developing the inner and outer massage of feeling.
We will study and work with the 4 energy centers ( chakras ) in the body.
This is a continuation of the Teacher training sequence; however anyone is welcome to join. Some experience of Kum Nye practice may be helpful, but is not required.
This series may be taken in any sequence and on a drop in basis for those not in the Teacher training.
Monday Evenings Instructor: Abbe Blum. Cost: $144, Drop-in: $20/class.
Thursday Mornings Instructor Anita McNulty. Cost: $126, Drop-in: $20/class. Note: No class on Thursday, Nov. 26 due to Thanksgiving. 

Intermediate/Mixed Level Kum Nye:Joy of Being Easing Up on Ourselves:Touching the Inner Essence of Relaxation, Continued(KNR212?)
Thursdays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (October 29 – December 14) 
In this later fall semester of the ongoing Joy of Being class, we continue to cultivate touching the inner essence of relaxation. Practices invite the joy that can “flow through us like a deep current, supporting us in all manner of experience” (p.126;138).  Tuning in closely to the field of perception, we relax conceptual activity through “easening”— Kum Nye heals the body and massage the mind, lessening the  grasping quality that comes with perceiving and narrating experience.
Instructor: Abbe Blum. Cost: $126, Drop-in: $20/class. Based on Tarthang Tulku’s Joy of Being. Prerequisite: familiarity with Kum Nye through at least one prior class or attending Sunday sessions. Note: No class on Thursday, Nov. 26 due to Thanksgiving.

Kum Nye: Four Week Self Massage (KNR106)
Fridays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (November 27 – December 18)
A four-week “hands-on” class in Kum Nye Self-massage. Students are led through gentle, slow massage routines that promote physical, emotional, and mental relaxation in order to deepen their sense of physical presence and general well-being.
Instructor: Santosh Philip. Cost $72. Open to all.
Register: — 

Advanced Kum Nye: Transforming Inner Energy (KNR305)
Tuesdays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (October 27 – December 15)
“Kum Nye is a way to relax body and mind, to awaken the senses, to nurture ourselves with enjoyment and create a rich foundation for all life activities.” Tarthang Tulku, Joy of Being.
Further intensity in the practice of Kum Nye loosens inner blockages so that vitality circulates freely through body and mind. This intermediate/advanced course introduces exercises that challenge and inspire.
Instructor: Santosh Philip. Cost: $144, Drop-in: $20/class. Prerequisite: one year of Kum Nye practice. 
Register: — 

Anatomy of a Kum Nye Exercise: #106 Trinity of Practice: Breath, Energy and Awareness (KNR130)
Selected Wednesdays, 8:30 – 9:30 AM, PST
This early morning class covers both Early and Late Fall terms. Dates include: August 26, September 9 and 23, October 7 and 28, November 11, and December 2 and 16.
What would it be like to take nearly 4 months to learn and deeply embody a single challenging Kum Nye practice? We will work intimately with the breath and inner awareness, as we build the physical elements of this practice over time, until we can fully engage it – physically, mentally, and energetically. This practice builds deep strength and concentration, and stimulates and revitalizes inner energies. Commitment to daily practice between classes is required to get the full benefit of this course.
Instructor: Donna Morton. Cost: $96. Prerequisites: completed at least one Kum Nye course or workshop, or with permission of the instructor.
Register: — 

Nyingma Psychology (NPS)

Aging Wisely: Strengthening Inner Confidence (NPS 117)
Tuesdays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (October 27 – December 15)
How can we experience the later years of life with increasing awareness of our greatest refuge, our inner strength? How can we make this resource available in each moment? Rather than experiencing old age as a disadvantage, we can use our elder years to mine our inner resources – connecting with heart and spacious mind, emotions, feelings, senses – who we are beyond our thoughts. In this class, we will consider old age, illness, and death from new perspectives that can transform awareness of what is precious, right now. We will use Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga (slow gentle movements), meditations and wisdom teachings from the Tibetan Buddhist tradition to awaken and enliven our experiences. All ages welcome, including those with aging parents.
Instructors: Olivia Hurd and Suellen Ehnebuske. Cost: $144. Prerequisites: Open to all. 
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The Way of Caring: Healing the Heart, Level 2 (NPS222)
Thursdays, 7:00 – 8:30, PST (October 29 – December 17)
In this class, we focus on countering reactivity, opening up habitual responses and reactions so that we can discover a wider field of awareness. We learn how to listen deeply to the messages from the head, throat, heart, and gut to have a more balanced awareness. Challenging the stories we have come to believe about ourselves, we learn to trust and open our hearts to a radical caring that makes life deeply fulfilling. This is the second class of a year-long course, The Way of Caring.
Instructors: Pema Gellek and Hugh Joswick. Cost $126. Prerequisites: Open to all.
Note: No class on Thursday, November 26th in observance of Thanksgiving.
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Tools for Difficult Times (NPS121)
Thursdays, 7:00 – 8:30 PM, PST (October 29–December 17)
This class will offer practices to ease stress no matter what the difficulties, balance emotions, cultivate patience, and transform anxiety to promote well-being. Practices in each class will include Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga, guided meditations and silent sitting. Emphasis will be on encouraging observation of your meditation experience, noticing what practices lead to fewer thoughts, opening mind and heart, feeling integrated and balanced: noting changes and ‘openings’ from week to week, both in and out of meditation, and applying this knowledge to your life experience.
Instructor: Olivia Hurd and Suellen Ehnebuske. Cost $126; Drop-in: $20/class. Prerequisites: Open to all.
Note: No class on Thursday, November 26th in observance of Thanksgiving. 
Register:  — 

Tibetan Language (TIB)

Beginning Tibetan Level II (TIB 102)
Mondays, 6:15 – 7:45 PM, PST (October 26 – December 14)
In this beginning language class, students continue studying grammar and working with selections from classical Tibetan texts.
Instructor: Mark Henderson. Cost: $144. Prerequisites: TIB101.
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Intermediate Tibetan II (TIB 202)
Thursdays, 6:15 -7:45 PM, PST (October 29 – December 17)
Continued reading and translation of traditional texts and prayers in the classical Tibetan language.
Instructor: Mark Henderson. Cost: $126. Prerequisites: Beginning Tibetan Level V, or consent of the instructor. Note: No Class on Thanksgiving, Thursday November 26th.
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Advanced Tibetan: Advanced Study (TIB 302)
Fridays, 4:30 – 5:45 PM, PST (October 30 – December 18)
This advanced Tibetan course consists of continuing reading and translation in the classical Tibetan language. It is for those who already have a good grasp of grammar, vocabulary, and working with Tibetan texts.
Instructor: Barr Rosenberg. Cost: $144. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor.
Register: —