In this hour-long presentation, senior instructor Arnaud Maitland's nurturing voice leads listeners through guided relaxation and breath exercises from the Tibetan yoga system known as Kum Nye. Brought to the west in the 1970s by the author of this audiobook, Tibetan Lama Tarthang Tulku, Kum Nye is a healing practice based on Tibetan medicine and Buddhist mind-body disciplines. Maitland invites patient listeners to slow down and experience the benefits of Kum Nye, which can include increased awareness, vitality, and peace. Listeners learn a variety of poses and gestures that gently coax them toward relation, and can be used to create a harmonious retreat from the day.
Once we know how to contact the energy of breath, breathing becomes an infinite source of vitalizing energies. We can change our mental and physical states by changing the way we breathe.
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