Lindsey has been providing therapeutic massage and bodywork for nine years. She has a compassionate and inquisitive nature and loves the challenge that comes from working with an intricate system, such as the human body. She is dedicated to improving the lives of others through her work. Over the years, she has focused her practice and pursued advanced training in the field of pain and injury therapy--always striving to stay current with the latest research and best practices. She also holds a bachelor of science degree in the field of psychology from Boise State University. As a Buddhist practitioner and student of H.E. Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche, she brings to her practice a holistic style that focuses not only on the physical ailments of her clients but also strives to provide education on the mind-body connection. Lindsey has traveled to Tibet and China twice with One Path Outreach and is committed to providing her services in the future and to also help others do the same.
Dr. Shannon Young, Pharm.D.
Dr. Shannon Young is a licensed and practicing pharmacist working long-term and hospice care. Shannon received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2001 and has been a practicing Pharmacist for over 14 years. She has also taught and led workshops in meditation and Buddhist studies for over 10 years. She established One Path Outreach, a humanitarian aid organization to inspire other medical professionals, to offer their care and service in areas with little or no access to adequate medical care.
Lama Lau Kin
Lama Lau Kin took refuge in the Three Supreme Jewels in 1991and took Bodhisattva vow in 1995. Since 1993, he has served as a translator for many Rinpoches of different lineages holding Dharma events in Hong Kong. He has also attended numerous retreats led by His Eminence Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche and has given Buddhist teachings to audiences in Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, and US. He is the co-author of “Buddhism” in the Encyclopedia of Social Philosophy, and has taught Public Administration in the City University of Hong Kong from 1993 to 2015.
Thabkey Lama Erik Jung
Thabkey (Erik Jung) Lama, a lifelong Buddhist practitioner, has spent more than ten years studying closely with Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche while pursuing a successful career as a practitioner of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Retired from Chinese Medicine, he is a passionate and inspiring teacher in the Dzogchen Longchen Nyingthig Lineage of Mahayana Buddhism. Thabkey Lama teaches internationally in Russia, Finland, and Austria.
Ming-Yuan Huang is an art teacher who was born in Taiwan and now is residing in Vancouver, Canada. Ming speaks Chinese, English and some Tibetan and has traveled to China and east Tibet several times. Because of her mixed culture background, she sees her role in One Path Outreach as a bridge to connect and coordinate all the arrangements of medical mission between American, Chinese and Tibetan peoples. In addition, she is also responsible for patient registration and providing translation during our medical missions. Under the guidance of Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche, Ming’s goal is to devote her talents to help all beings especially in remote regions.
Evan Shepherd Reiff, MS, L.Ac.
As a primary care practitioner and specialist in Oriental Medicine, Evan Shepherd Reiff, MS, L.Ac. has dedicated his professional life to providing effective relief for conditions involving pain, trauma, stress, and dependence on drugs and alcohol. In his private Sausalito, California clinic and out in the field he specializes in the treatment of first responders of all types, medical personnel and veterans. Evan has practiced Buddhist meditation and mindfulness for over twenty-five years and has traveled to Nepal with Acupuncturists Without Borders treating monks, nuns, orphans and girls/women rescued from sex slavery.
Monica Ng is an Occupational Therapist trained in Hong Kong and residing in Vancouver, BC. She has worked for hospitals and community health units in HK and Vancouver specializing in the treatment of those with physical and mental handicaps. In her work at a residential home, her major role is to help elderly residents to optimize their function, enhance their sense of well-being and live safely and comfortably in the residential home.She took refuge in 2004 and attended the first 6 months’ Dzogchen Lineage Internship at DRC with the guidance from Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche in 2008. She is one of the founders of the Dzogchen Shri Singha Dharma Society Vancouver established in 2010. Her aspiration is to support all Dharma activities of Khenpo, and to spread Dharma and preserve Dzogchen Lineage in this world for the benefits of all beings. Her inspiration at One Path Outreach is to help promote health and well-being to the communities of rural Tibet including the Dzogchen region.
Devatara Holman, MS, MA, LAc, Padma Lamo Tso
Devatara Holman is an authorized Upasika Bodhisattva, Guiding Buddha Path Dharma Teacher in the Dzogchen Lineage under the guidance of H.E. Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche. She is also a primary care practitioner, specializing in Oriental medicine, Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Buddhist medicine and Functional Medicine. She speaks Mandarin fluently, reads and writes Chinese, and lived in China, Tibet, and India for almost a decade before establishing a private medical clinic in Sausalito, California.