What is Kunye?
Ku Nye is an ancient therapy
indigenous to Tibetan Medicine. It is also mentioned in the Bum Shi, a
Tibetan medical text dating back to approximately 4,000 years ago. KU, or
the application of oil, movement of the joints, and application of heat to
the body and NYE, or kneading, rubbing, tapping of the body, which works on
the muscles, skin, tendons and points. There is also another part called
“chi”, used to remove the oil from the body
What is Qi Gong?
Qigong is an ancient healing practice, which brings
your mind, body, and heart energy together to achieve balance through active
meditative movements and sitting meditations. The Chinese call the energy in
a person’s body “Qi.” Qi works in this way: when Qi flows smoothly in the
body, life is good and you are physically and mentally healthy. When the
flow of Qi is interrupted, energy blockages form and can lead to physical or
mental health problems. When Qi totally stops, that is the end of life.
“Gong” means the “the flow of” or “the practice of.” Qigong, then, means
the flow or practice of energy.
Qigong practice helps the Qi (energy) in the body
flow freely so the body stays in balance and healthy, which helps prevent
energy blockages. It can also help heal energy blockages when the body is
sick. Many people in China practice Qigong, and many doctors teach
their patients different Qigong exercises and postures to help them heal.*
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