PRACTICAL TRAINING WITH DRUKMO GYAL DAKINI
PART ONE: Saturday March 18th - Monday March 20th, 9AM - 5:30PM
PART TWO: Saturday March 25th - Monday March 27th, 9AM - 5:30PM
Ku Nye originated from the ancient kingdoms of Tibet over 3900 years ago and is a practice indigenous to the Tibetan Medical tradition. Earliest Tibetans practiced Ku Nye through the diagnosis and application of specific infused oil or substances to treat the person’s imbalance or constitution. Pressure is exerted on different parts and points of the body in order to both prevent disease and restore the individual to a state of health and wellbeing.
This extremely rare and comprehensive practical training in Tibetan Ku Nye massage includes an overview of the principles of Sowa Rigpa (Traditional Tibetan Medicine), a study of the points and meridian system, use of different kinds of oils, and the practice of multiple techniques for working with muscles, joints, and tendons.
$600 for six days, $540 before February 18th. An additional 10% discount is available for students at accredited institutions.
It is required to attend both parts of the training.
Sorig Khang Portland is a NCCAOM PDA Provider. This course is pending approval from the NCCAOM for 42 PDA points.
Drukmo Gyal Dakini, was born and raised in a yogi family in North-Eastern Tibet. She trained in Kunye Massage at the Tsongon Tibetan Medical Hospital in Xining, and deepened her training under Dr Nida Chenagtsang through Sorig Khang International (formerly the International Academy for Traditional Tibetan Medicine). Fluent in English, she travels all of the world teaching Kunye, Tibetan Mantra Healing, and guiding students in Yuthok Nyingthig retreats, the spiritual tradition connected withTibetan Medicine. A professional singer, she performs internationally.