Pre Buddhist Kum Nye
Kum Nye is another form of Tibetan Yoga. I teach both the Pre Buddhist Kum Nye and elements of the later Buddhist Kum Nye.
Kum Nye – The Pre-Buddhist is a series of eight postures which stimulate and revitalize the organs, relieve tension and increase energy.
This discipline was taught as a means of survival, helping warriors with strength, endurance and focus.
Kum Nye is a Tibetan discipline, and the one presented here comes from the Northern Treasure School (Jangter Bon) of the pre-Buddhist culture of ancient Tibet. The Tibetan Bon tradition predates Buddhism in Tibet by 17,000 years, likely making it the world’s oldest religions and spiritual traditions, but it seems to have gone under the radar.
Classes for Pre Buddhist Kum Nye and Kum Nye are taught as separate practices and also as part of my Soma Class.