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Dr. Nida Chenagtsang
Dr. Nida Chenagtsang Geboren in Amdo, Tibet
Er schloss sein Studium an der Universität Lhasa für Tibetische Medizin mit Auszeichnung ab und erhielt einen Doktortitel für seine Forschung zu Ku Nye (Traditionelle tibetische Massage) und für die Wiederentdeckung und Wiederbelebung alter Äußerer Therapien.

Dr. Nida Chenagtsang genießt sowohl in Asien wie im Westen hohes Ansehen für seine Lehrtätigkeit und Forschung

Dr. Nida lebt in Italien, er ist Mitbegründer des Ngakmang Instituts für die Erhaltung der tibetischen Ngakpa Tradition und Direktor der IATTM / International Academy for Traditional Tibetan Medicine.



Dr. Nida Chenagtsang was born in the area of Rebkong, Tibet; a region known for centuries for its tradition of Ngakpas - Tibetan Yogis. He studied the local medical system, as well as intensive formal training at the Lhasa Tibetan Medical University. Later, he has practiced in various hospitals in Tibet, and has published many works on Traditional Tibetan medicine. He has extensively researched ancient Tibetan medicinal treatments specializing in the revival of external threrapies, which has brought him high acclaim in the field of Tibetan Medicine in both the East and West.

Dr. Nida is the 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, where he has trained students in Traditional Tibetan Medicine, Ku Nye Massage, Mantra Healing, Diet and Behaviour, Dream Analysis, Sa Che (geomancy), as well as Birth and Death according to Tibetan Medicine. All courses, seminars and public talks are organised through the IATTM and NMI. Fluent in English, Dr. Nida is an experienced and knowledgeable communicator with a sophisticated ability to teach the subtleties of these traditional modalities to westerners.