'Tasting Relaxation' A Tibetan Yoga Retreat (December 27 - January 1)
Tibetan Yoga (Kum Nye) practice opens the senses to feeling. This flow of feeling can loosen even chronic tension. In this retreat we learn to relax so deeply that we can “taste” the healing nectar of relaxation as it flows through body and mind. Gentle movement, breathing, and awareness practices help us to discover this relaxation.
Kum Nye (Tibetan Yoga) is a natural healing system based on Tibetan medicine and the body-mind disciplines of Buddhism. In Tibet, Kum Nye was developed both as a way of healing diseases that result from blockage of energy, and as a preliminary to advanced yogic practices.
$360 (nonresidential); $550 (residential). Instructor: Nyingma Faculty. Retreat begins Thursday at 10 AM and concludes on Tuesday at 3:30 PM. Includes the “Renewing and Refreshing the Senses” workshop on December 29.