Terms and Conditions
Terms and conditions Practical Tsalung healing therapy training course
By completing the application forms or an online transaction you are confirming that you accept the following terms and conditions:
TME – Tibetan Medicine Education center website, courses and e-mail
All parts of the websites, both public and teaching areas (tibetanmedicine-edu.org, tmecourses.org, tme.adobeconnect.com or zoom) including course content, documents, lessons, works, and correspondence, are the intellectual property of TME – Tibetan Medicine Education center and cannot be copied, duplicated, forwarded, or conveyed to anyone else, even in another language, without the original author’s permission. No attempt should be made to copy or distribute either images or other content in any way.
All online courses require users to have an active email account for course communication purposes.
Users need to advise TME of any changes to their personal contact details whilst completing their course.
Students enrolled with TME – Tibetan Medicine Education center are issued with an internet log in and secure password in order to access the direct teaching session. Students must not disclose this password to any third party.
TME – Tibetan Medicine Education center reserves the right to modify the content of the website on a regular basis in order to ensure that it is current and as relevant as possible.
It is strongly recommended that students protect their own computer system with appropriate antivirus software. TME – Tibetan Medicine Education center cannot be held responsible for any virus transferred via email or otherwise, hacking and other types of computer misuse.
Abitility to participate
In order to participate in the course and learn this medical tsalung practice, high spiritual commitments or years of Buddhist practice are not required. By learning and practicing, the participant follows a medical lineage, which means there is no specific required affiliation to a certain Buddhist school or lineage. However, to effectively integrate these teachings, a regular practice of a short Medicine Buddha sadhana, Tibetan yoga and meditation, as well as commitments of respect towards the practices and texts involved are required. Above all, one should cultivate bodhicitta, a good heart. Tsalung healing therapy is based on Tibetan tantra, so it is highly recommended that students are Buddhist practitioners.
Participants take part in TME activities fully responsible of their behavior and must notify TME-Tibetan Medicine Education center of any relevant physical and/or psychological impairments before the seminar/course/workshop/retreat. If necessary, participants must consult a physician or psychotherapist. TME-Tibetan Medicine Education center reserves the right to exclude participants who do not fulfill the physical and/or psychological requirements from participating in a seminar/course/workshop/retreat.
In order to maintain an appropriate learning environment, students having an inappropriate, disruptive, or offensive behavior may be excluded from courses or workshops. The Tsalung healing practice is not compatible with the use of recreational drugs. People who are used to consuming such substances are not accepted in workshops. Besides, any course participants found intoxicated or under the influence of recreational drugs or alcohol will be asked to leave immediately.
In case of exclusion, any additional costs will be borne by the participants and the amount already paid will not be refunded.
Workshops in Jaun are limited to 20 participants.
In the case where the minimum number of 10 students has not been reached, TME shall inform the enrollee/participant at least 6 weeks prior the start of the course, and the fees paid in advance will be reimbursed. The enrollee/participant shall not be entitled to make any claims for having been inconvenienced or for any other damage.
The registration becomes valid at the reception of the payment. Seats are attributed in the order of receipt of payment.
We accept a year tuition payment made in 2 installments ( + CHF15.-/payment). The first installment is to be made at the moment of the registration, and the second Two months later. TME reserves the right to restrict access to course materials, online sessions or workshop, and ultimately to cancel enrolment, in the event of failure by the student to make installment payments by the due date. Students paying by installment are liable for the entire fee payment.
1st level Workshop fee : CHF 1050.- (Tsalung manual included)
This price doesn’t include travelling expenses, lodging and boarding.
Workshop accommodation and meals
(Jaun – Switzerland)*
Accommodation: The workshop house has several simple, but comfortable rooms (3 to 7 beds).
Meals (6 breakfasts / 6 lunches / 6 dinners): The food is simple and vegetarian.
Attention, we cannot ensure special diets. We ask that you make your arrangements and we thank you for your understanding.
*Prices for the Full accommodation option (6 nights in a shared room + meals) or the Meals only option will be communicated at least two months before the workshop.
Online preliminary course
Prior to the start of the course: withdrawals from a course are accepted until 30 days before the course’s start without any charge aside from an administrative fee of CHF 60.-. Withdrawals must be communicated in writing. There will be no reimbursement for later cancellation.
After the start of the course: Should the course participant withdraw from the TM course, or not take part in online sessions or exams, he or she shall not be entitled to claim any reimbursement.
In the unlikely event that TME has to cancel a course or a seminar, the full pre-payment for the cancelled sessions will be refunded. There will be no claim for other compensation.
Until two months before the workshop, no cancellation fee will be charged except from an administrative fee of CHF 60.- (Swiss Francs).
Between two months and one month before the start date, 60% of the workshop and accommodation fees will be reimbursed, as well as the meals.
In the last month before the workshop, 30% of the workshop and accommodation and meals fees will be reimbursed.
In the unlikely event that TME has to cancel the workshop, the entire workshop fee will be refunded, but there can be no claims for other compensation.
In addition to the workshop cancellation rules, please take note of the following regulations regarding the current Covid-19 pandemic, which is very unpredictable.
As long as the overall health situation is problematic, or if the Swiss authorities in particular impose limiting restrictions, workshop registration remains valid, but the workshop will be postponed to a later date.
If the overall situation is stable, allowing the workshop to be held, but restrictions prevent students from specific countries or areas from participating, the workshop cancellation rules continue to apply. We therefore strongly recommend that students invest in travel and cancellation insurance.
Visa and insurance
For students needing a visa to come to the on-site practical workshops in Italy or Switzerland (check at http://projectvisa.com), please note that TME does not provide invitation letter for visa.
The participation to the course is at one’s own risk. It is the student’s responsibility to have the appropriate personal travel insurance such as travel cancellation insurance, health and accident insurance.
Except in cases of negligent behavior of TME – Tibetan Medicine Education center, the liability of property damage and financial loss is limited.
No liability is assumed for any valuables brought to a seminar/course/workshop/retreat by the participant, and theft or loss of objects.
Applicable law, jurisdiction
Swiss law exclusively shall be applicable to the present agreement.
Neuchâtel, Switzerland is stipulated as the place of jurisdiction.