Our Vision

To ensure a sustainable future for the wisdom traditions, sciences, and communities of the Himalayan and Tibetan regions.  To ensure that traditional knowledge and ways of life aren’t lost, and maintain relevance to share with a changing world.

 

Our Mission


To preserve the spiritual, medical, and cultural traditions of the Himalayan and Tibetan region.


  • Aid and benefit

    the spiritual and cultural traditions of Tibetan yogic practitioners, known as Ngakpas, especially in their heartland of Rebkong – Eastern Tibet.

  • Flourish

    traditional Tibetan and Himalayan medical traditions in the East and West by facilitating education, enabling access to medical care, and creating a sustainable and ethical future for herbal medicine.

  • Facilitate development

    using traditional and ecological building methods, renovating temples, building libraries, schools, medical clinics and meditation houses.

  • Preserve, translate, and publish

    traditional texts and modern works.

  • Educate people

    in the East and West about these traditions, and support their practice.


GUIDANCE

The Ngakmang Foundation is guided by the teachings of Dr. Nida Chenagtsang, a Tibetan traditional doctor and lineage holder of the Rebkong Ngakpa tradition. Dr Nida is also the founder of the International Academy of Traditional Tibetan Medicine (IATTM), whose branches throughout the world spread the teachings of Tibetan Medicine and other traditional sciences of Tibet. The Ngakmang Foundation is proud to be part of a worldwide community sharing this vision.

Our Team

We are a team of dedicated professionals devoted to the traditions of Tibet and the Himalayas.

foto_eric

Eric Rosenbush

President

foto_freddie

Frederico Trancoso

Vice President

foto_alexis

Alexis Blair

Treasurer

foto_tess

Tess Rosenbush

Secretary

Now you can subscribe to our newsletter

CONTACT US

We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.

Sending

© Ngakmang Foundation - Preserving the living spiritual, medical, and cultural traditions of the Tibetan and Himalayan regions.

Log in with your credentials

Forgot your details?