About Us

Tibetan Healing and Wellness Center

healing through limitless compassion

Aim and Objectives:

  • The aim of the Tibetan Healing and Wellness Center is to preserve and promote ancient traditional Tibetan healing system.
  • The objectives are not only to help physical ailments but to also make one’s life meaningful.
  • The goals of the Tibetan Healing and Wellness Center is to heal all suffering sentient beings with limitless compassion.

THC’s Beginnings

Tibetan Healing Center had its humble beginnings at Bangalore in the year, 2003. The center was started by Dr. Jampa Yonten, alumni of Chagpori Tibetan Medical Institute, Darjeeling with blessing from his teacher Dr. Trogawa Rinpoche.

The center is a long cherished dream of Dr. Yonten to establish a comprehensive holistic healing and spiritual center. After considering many cities in India, Dr. Yonten chose Bangalore as the place for starting the THC, after evaluating the various positive aspects the city offered.

THC could not be started on a large scale as envisioned by Dr. Yonten. To begin with he started a consulting practice. The consulting practice is growing with each passing year. THC has been serving and touching the lives of many people across India and many parts of the world.

The last ten years have seen the center serving people from diverse backgrounds and nationalities. THC feel that the blessings and the loyalty of all the patients, friends, well-wishers and supporters have given the strength and the motivation to implement the larger vision.

Present THWC 

Finally in the year, 2012, Dr. Yonten was able to moved to bigger place at Tibet Mall in Kormangala, Bangalore and renamed his new center as “Tibetan Healing and Wellness Center”, where THWC is offering holistic treatments such as traditional Tibetan massage, acupressure, medicinal bath, skin treatments, hair lost treatments and many other treatments.

THWC also conduct “Medicine Buddha Meditation” for patients as well as people who are interested in spiritual practice and holistic approach.