Kum Nye Tibetan massage has a very long tradition in the Tibetan culture. (Kum means subtle body and Nye means to kneed.) It has a special benefit for people who practice meditation, for those who sit long in the same position or work very hard, and for people who practice any kind of body training. When we work very intensively with the body and mind, we may not notice when we start to have tension from holding certain positions. Kum Nye & Tibetan Yoga have roots in the same wisdom of channels, wind energy, essence and nature of mind and they complement each other very well.
In this session we apply massage techniques and Tibetan Yoga, helping to relax muscles and release tension and tightness in the body. When there is less tension, there are fewer blockages and our energy flows much better. This enables the energy and blood to circulate very well, as well as our essence. As a result, we have more power and do not become tired easily. Then we can handle the challenges of our life with more ease and we will also find that we can rest better as well.