Kum Nye Dancing: Introducing the Mind to the Treasures the Body Offers Tartang Tulku
Kum Nye Dancing presents 75 new Kum Nye postures, movements, and series of dances. The practices are dynamic, dramatic; they emphasize the transformative power of yoga, helping us make real and meaningful changes in our energy levels, patience, tolerance, and physical and mental flexibility. Kum Nye is the art of making friends with all experience: as we learn through its practices to work gently and precisely with the body, awareness merges with experience, illuminating potential.
Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche is originally from Eastern Tibet. Also known as Rinpoche (meaning ‘precious teacher’), he received traditional training from the great masters of his time in the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. Tarthang Tulku left Tibet in 1959 after the disruption of his culture. From 1959 to 1967, he taught Buddhism at Sanskrit University in India. In 1968, Rinpoche came to the United States where he has lived and work continuously. To support Tibetan refugees, preserve Tibetan culture and make the teachings of Buddhism accessible to Western students, Rinpoche initiated many projects and established over 20 organizations around the world. He currently resides in Cazadero, CA.
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