The goal of Lhompran Yeshe Center is to present in a simple manner the basics of the spiritual path as taught in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. The center also offers training in the practice of Qi Gong and meditation. Lhompran Yeshe blends two words from two cultures. Lhompran — an ancient Thai word for the breath— combines “lhom” meaning wind with “pran” (from the word prana) or life force. “Yeshe » is the Tibetan word for wisdom. Thus, lhompran yeshe signifies “the wisdom of the life force.”
Jean Marc (formerly Lama Gelek Deundroup Choephel) is the founder of this small homey meditation center. While a disciple of the 14th Dalai Lama and Gyabje Gosok Rinpoche in Nepal, he followed his masters’ monastic teachings and served as a monk for many years. Jean Marc also trained in Qi Gong with the great master, Liu Dehua and obtained his massage teaching diploma in Thailand.
Our Living place LUANG NUA village
Luang Nua, our village is located at 25 km from the city Chiang Mai.
It’s a small village, quiet, close to the mountains surrounded by rice fields.
Few coffee shops and restaurants, guest houses and rooms available, close to the dam (lake), only 3 km, you can rent bicycles , motorcycles or even cars.
Yellow taxis service (public transport) when you want to go to Chiang Mai.
Our small center Lhompran Yeshe and teaching place is located on the way to the dam at the exit of the village.
Our meditation and teaching room