Opening the Path to Meditation
Kum Nye is a gentle healing system that relieves stress, and transforms negative patterns, by relaxing the body and calming the mind. The key to both our internal well being and a balanced relationship with the world lies within our feelings and sensations. Kum Nye has traditionally been used to open the path to meditation.
This workshop based on Kum Nye Tibetan Relaxation, is an experiential offering, a chance to take a time out from everyday stress and connect with the body.
It is an opportunity to open the senses, calm the mind and connect more deeply with the ground in ourselves that is always there but often gets buried in the demands of everyday life.
We will use
- Self-massage and
- Stillness/meditation to deepen our experience.
“Kum Nye is so relaxing, I sleep better after class.”
This event is suitable for everyone.
Rigpa Dublin, 12 Wicklow Street, Dublin D02 EC43
In person only and places are limited.
Date & Time
27 January 2024
10:30a.m. – 1:00p.m
- Standard: €30
- Concession: €20
- Students/under 25/Rigpa Members: €10
- Benefactor: €50
Fran Burns MSc.MIACAT was first introduced to the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism in 1989, over the following 20 years she explored different aspects of Buddhist practice. Fran has focused on Kum Nye since 2009 when she began to work with Arnaud Maitland, a senior Kum Nye teacher in the Nyingma tradition. Fran qualified as a Kum Nye teacher in 2018. A qualified Physiotherapist, Dance/Movement Psychotherapist, and Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, Fran has been involved in body-mind integration for all of her working life.