Indian and Oriental dances, Sufi Whirling, Gaga and Tango were the steps that awakened Maya’s interest about the healing power of conscious movement, which later led her to study Dance Therapy at Madrid University.
This quest also brought her to yoga. After discovering Hatha Vinyasa and exploring Iyengar and Kundalini, she became a teacher in Ashtanga Yoga. Pursuing her body work research, she was introduced to Tantrayana practices by Buddhist Master Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche, becoming a Tibetan Yoga Lu Jong teacher in 2016.
After experiencing in her own body the power of this gentle and deep method, she chose it as her core practice in daily life and in her professional teachings. She is now based in Barcelona and offers classes of Tibetan Yoga for groups and as individual session, in classroom and on Stand-up Paddle Surf or at the beach.
(Lu) means body in Tibetan and (Jong) means transformation
Lu Jong is an ancient practice rooted in Tibetan Medicine that releases blockages on the physical, mental and energetic levels.
A regular practice help us be healthy, positive and active, increasing our sensibility, strength and flexibility.
inspired by nature
The theory of Lu Jong recognizes that we are composed of the same building blocks as the natural environment.
Being in tune with natural rhythms has a profound positive effect on us.
The movements of Lu Jong originate from ancient Tantric knowledge, Tibetan Medicine and Bön Shamanic wisdom.
This practice is connected to Tulku Lobsang, a high precious Buddhist master.
It is a serie of exercises that uses form, movement and breath to repeatedly apply pressure to particular points on the channels, like a massage to open blockages.