Ligmincha Texas Institute for
has practiced different types of yoga since 1984, and was authorized to teach meditation and Trul Khor
(Magical Movement) Tibetan Yoga by Lama Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche in 1995.
Since then Alejandro
has been teaching this kind of Tibetan Bon Yoga and meditation in different parts of the U.S., Mexico, and Europe both in English and in Spanish.
He holds a Ph.D. in Religious Studies from Rice University, where he focused on Ancient Bon Tibetan Yogic Practices and Applications in Contemporary Medical Settings.
Alejandro is an Assistant Professor at the John P. McGovern Center for Health, Humanities and the Human Spirit at The University of Texas (U.T.) Medical School in Houston.
He also holds an adjunct position at U.T. M.D.
Anderson Cancer Center
, where he
facilitates Tibetan meditation techniques with cancer patients, their families and caregivers as well
as clinical research using Tibetan Yoga with breast cancer patients.
Alejandro also teaches at The Jung Center of Houston and at Rice University's School of Continuing Studies.
He is the director of the Ligmincha Texas Institute for the Tibetan meditative and healing arts.