Sowa Rigpa School in Väluste has a mix of traditional Tibetan medicine doctors and other experienced and learned practitioners.

Dr Nida Chenagtsang was born in Amdo, Tibet. He began his early medical training at the local Traditional Tibetan Medicine Hospital. Later he gained scholarship entry to Lhasa Tibetan Medical University and completed his medical training in 1996. Dr Nida gained his practical training at the Traditional Tibetan Medicine Hospitals in Lhasa (Lhasa Mentsi Khang) and Lhoka.

Dr Nida has published a number of articles and several books on Traditional Tibetan Medicine, is Director of the International Academy for Traditional Tibetan Medicine (IATTM) and the Co-Founder of the International Ngak-Mang Institutes (NMI), established to preserve and maintain the Rebkong Ngakpa culture within modern Tibetan society.

Dr Nida’s teachings are widely known throughout Asia, Europe, Russia, the USA and Australia.
Dr. Nida Chenagtsang

Dr. Machik is a senior doctor and professor in Amdo, Northeastern Tibet. He began studying Traditional Tibetan Medicine in 1983 with Dr. Jigme, then went to the Medical University in Lhasa from 1989. After completing the 5 years training in the Tibetan medical collage, Dr. Machik returned to Amdo to work as a doctor in Malho hospital, where he has practiced and taught for over 30 years.

His medical lineage is based on the Chagpori medical school, incorporating both of the historical Zur and Jang traditions, yet focusing on the former. Clinically, his specialty is in the treatment of rheumatism and arthritic conditions.
Dr. Machik Sogdzon

Drukmo Gyal was born in the Northeastern part of Tibet into a yogi family where mantra, yoga, and meditation were introduced at a young age. She practiced mantras with traditional melodies and in 2008 began singing publicly and touring the world. In 2014 she moved to the West in order to work with Sorig Khang International, one of the largest organisations for Tibetan Medicine in the world, founded by her teacher Dr. Nida Chenagtsang.

Since she has been in the West she has produced five albums of Tibetan healing mantras and chants with musicians from all over the world and traveled to over twenty countries to share concerts, public talks, workshops, and courses on mantra, yoga, meditation, and the external healing therapies of Tibetan Medicine.

Learn more at www.drukmogyal.com

Drukmo Gyal འགྲུག་མོ་རྒྱ

Anu was born in Tallinn, Estonia. She studied midwifery at Tallinn Health College (1993-1996 and 2004-2006), traditional Chinese medicine (Chinese acupuncture school Neijing, (1993-1996) and Korean acupuncture su-jok (1996).

In Sowa Rigpa Anu has completed both TTM and TET study programs and 2 courses of Tibetan astrology. She started teaching Sowa Rigpa in 2006 and has been teaching it in 8 different countries. The subjects are Tibetan medical theory, therapies, nejang yoga and meditation.

Learn more at www.tiibetimeditsiin.ee
Anu Rootalu-Wachsmann

Hanna is certified by the Lumbini Buddhist University Sowa Rigpa International College Kathmandu Nepal as bacehlor of Sowa Rigpa Medicine. She is one of few westernes who completed full studies of TTM.
Hanna Väliaho