Kum Nye is a Tibetan movement practice brought to the West by Tarthang Tulku in the mid 1970’s. Kum Nye combines physical postures, breath control, and meditation to promote physical and mental well-being.
Adopting the concept of wellness tourism has proved beneficial for North Bay businesses that want to showcase themselves in a new way. “We’ve opened up the center to bookings for expanded self-care and personal retreat offerings,” says Linda Copenhagen, co-director of Ratna Ling.
“Work can be a source of growth, an opportunity to learn more about ourselves and to develop positive and healthy relationships. If we view work in this way, we find there is really no difference between devoting energy and care to our work and devoting energy to improving our awareness and appreciation of life.” Tarthang Tulku, Skillful Means