The Hervey Bay Turiya Yoga Centre has been operating since 1973.
HATHA YOGA includes exercises that stretch, loosen, strengthen, increase flexibility and tone organs. Together with breathing techniques these assist the respiratory system, the circulatory system, the digestive system, the endocrine system, the nervous system and calming the mind.
KUM NYE, JOY OF BEING & KUM NYE DANCING
Kum Nye Yoga written by Tibetan master Tarthang Tulku contains30 pages of theory and 115 physical-psychological exercises. Nye means internal and external massage. Kum Nye breathing and awareness are merged with the sensations and feeling tones.
The energies stimulated by Kum Nye can release tensions and deeper blockages, which are stored in the body, as a result of experiences we have not been able to process properly. There is no need to know what caused the tension or blockage in Kum Nye. All we need to do, is to allow them to melt away through the Kum Nye exercises.
The feelings are related to the qualities of the chakras (energy centres) e.g. inner wisdom and lightness in the head; creativity, communication and our connection with the natural environment in the throat; joy and love in the heart; confidence and power in the belly. They are also connected with our talents, our inner resources and the potential of our Being.
Joy of Being has 190 pages of theory and 41 exercises, which work on the Kum (our Being). An important part of this is opening up our psychological and physical space. It also works on the mind, the thinking, the feelings, the senses, and the connection between inner and outer.
Kum Nye Dancing contains 58 pages of theory and 76 gestures. It is about expressing our Being and wakening up consciousness and creativity. The gestures are done individually to a rhythm with panoramic vision.
So there are three distinct and different approaches to Kum Nye to improve our well-being and expand our ...read more
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