Ku Nye is the therapeutic massage practice of the holistic healing science of Traditional Tibetan Medicine. Based on the five elements and three humors, it offers methods to balance specific ailments and harmonize the innate constitution.
In this hands-on training you will learn:
- Fundamentals of Tibetan Medicine
- Client assessment
- Indications & contraindications
- Preparation & use of herbal oils
- Body mobilization
- Application of heat & cold
- Techniques for tissues, channels, & points
This workshop is open to laypeople as well as health practitioners of all traditions. Students who have not previously studied the Root Tantra (FTTM 1.1–1.4 or TTM 1.1) must attend the Introduction to Tibetan Medicine workshop on July 6.
This workshop is extended and supplemented by the July 12–13 Channels & Points workshop and the July 14–15 Mebum Cupping Therapy workshop.
After these workshops, continue training in Tibetan External Therapies in 2019 and beyond:
- Ku Nye Level 2
- Hormé Mongolian Oil Therapy
- Métsa (Moxa) Heat Therapy
- Yukchö Stick Therapy
- Lum Bath, Steam, & Compress Therapy
Expand your studies of Tibetan Medicine via the Foundations of TTM program — the next cycle starts fall/winter 2018:
- Learn the fundamentals of Tibetan Medicine theory
- Train in diagnostic techniques including:
- Pulse reading
- Urine analysis
- Train in treatment methods including:
- Lifestyle guidelines
- Diet regimens
- Herbal medicines
About Eric Rosenbush, L.Ac.
Eric is a licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of Tibetan, Chinese, and Ayurvedic medicine, as well as Jyotish (Vedic astroscience). He has trained extensively with Dr. Nida Chenagtsang and other masters of Tibetan Medicine, and holds a Masters degree from ACTCM in San Francisco. Eric teaches worldwide as a senior instructor for Sorig Khang International.