James H. Bae

James H. Bae, DACM, L.Ac is a doctor of Chinese medicine, author, and independent researcher. Dr. Bae’s therapeutic background includes the study of traditional Chinese, Japanese, Ayurvedic, and Tibetan medicine. He is authorized to teach Tibetan yoga in various traditional Buddhist lineages. James leads retreats in the U.S. and internationally, with a focus on the inner yogas, such as Tummo and Tsalung Trulkhor. For more information visit www.drjamesbae.com

Recent Articles

The Benefits of Tummo, Tibetan Yoga Movement, and Breath Practices

Buddhadharma’s Spring 2024 issue looks at each of the renowned Six Dharmas of Naropa, starting with tummo, or “the practice of fierce inner heat.” What relevance does this practice have for the contemporary practitioner’s health and well-being, and how does it relate to one’s practice of mindfulness? James Bae explains, noting that “one need not become highly accomplished to reap the benefits of this practice; while progressive stages of tummo practice may be difficult to achieve, positive and substantial results are within reach.”