KuNye Massage: Tibetan Medical External Therapies Module 2

  • Menla Retreat & Spa Menla Retreat & Spa
  • 375 Panterkill Road PO Box 70 Phoenicia, NY 12464 United States
  • Jun 25 - Jul 29, 2018 (35 days)
  • Deluxe Queen - $10,452.00 Deluxe Double (Shared Room) - $7,432.00 Deluxe Quad (Shared Room) - $6,107.00 Shared Dorm Housing - $3,993.00 Camping - $3,691.00 Commuter - $3,410.00

About us

The Healing Science of Tibet includes a vast ocean of therapeutic techniques, capable of restoring health, treating disease and rejuvenating the body. As the bodywork system of Tibetan Medicine, the art of KuNye Massage is based on the philosophy and yogic science of Tantric Buddhism. This lineage has been passed down through millennia within the lineages of Tibetan doctors, and is now available worldwide thanks to the kindness of Dr. Nida Chenagtsang.

རྟག་ཏུ་བསྐུ་བྱུག་སྤྱོད་བྱེད་རྒས་ངལ་རླུང༌། །

“Practice KuNye regularly to overcome aging, fatigue, and loong (stress and disturbances of the vital energy).”

– Four Tantras of Tibetan Medicine

The practice of KuNye employs a wide variety of techniques. Aromatic herbal oils are prepared, following principles of Tibetan herbalism. These are then selected to balance the elemental condition of the patient. The actual session consists of stages, first penetrating the oil deeply into the body, followed by deeper massage techniques to open the joints and muscles. KuNye also utilizes a unique system of points and energy channels, which also can be used to treat a variety of conditions.

A continuation of the KuNye training, this course introduces some of the most essential external therapies used in Traditional Tibetan Medicine, and how they can be applied therapeutically.

COURSE SUBJECTS:

• DoNye: Stone Massage

Additional KuNye techniques using stones, shells, and other instruments

• Duk: Compress Therapy

Making and applications of hot and cold compresses using herbs and minerals

• Me Tsa: Moxibustion

Tibetan moxa techniques, the therapeutic use of fire and heat to warm the body

• Lum: Herbal Bath Therapy

Bath and steam treatments using Tibetan and local herbs

Prerequisite: Previous studies in Tibetan Medicine or KuNye


Schedule

Monday, June 25th

3-6pm Check-in

6-7pm Dinner

7pm Guided Meditaiton

Tuesday, June 26th

8-9am Breakfast

9-12pm TRAINING

12-1pm Lunch

1-3pm Free Time for Relaxation and Spa Appointments

3-6pm TRAINING

6-7pm Dinner

7:30pm Evening Practice

Wednesday, June 27th

8-9am Breakfast

9-12pm TRAINING

12-1pm Lunch

1-3pm Free Time for Relaxation and Spa Appointments

3-6pm TRAINING

6-7pm Dinner

7:30pm Evening Practice

Thursday, June 28th

8-9am Breakfast

9-12pm TRAINING

12-1pm Lunch

1-3pm Free Time for Relaxation and Spa Appointments

3-6pm TRAINING

6-7pm Dinner

7:30pm Evening Practice

Friday, June 29th

8-9am Breakfast and Check-out

9-12pm  TRAINING 

12-1pm Lunch & Departure for those not participating in Module 2

*Schedule is subject to change


* If you would like to register for Module 2 KuNye Massage: Tibetan Medical External Therapies please note that you must complete this program KuNye Massage: Therapies from the Tibetan Science of Healing as a prerequisite for Module 2. Please use this link to book Module 1.

 

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KuNye Massage: Tibetan Medical External Therapies Module 2

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  • Jun 25, 2018 - Jul 29, 2018 (35 days)

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