Healing Massage in Tibetan Medicine – Ku Nye
What is Ku-Nye?
In Tibetan, the word Ku means to apply oil and Nye means to apply pressure with a variety of movements. In a Ku Nye treatment, the practitioner focuses on specific points on the body which correspond to different constitutions or natural of illnesses. Traditional healing massage has been practiced for thousands of years in Tibet and the Himalayan region of Asia as an integral part of Tibetan Medicine.
Ku Nye is beneficial as a stand-alone treatment as well as a preventative measure against illnesses and a supportive treatment in conjunction with other modalities. It is an excellent way to relax and promote general health and well-being. In your Ku Nye treatment, you may receive consultation on diet, herbs, and health based on the four seasons. Since ancient times in Tibet, it has been believed that Ku Nye aids in longevity by clearing and sharpening the sensory organs while supporting the function of the internal organs.
What is Ku Nye good for?
Neurological problems including numbness, sciatica, and paralysis, Psychological and emotional imbalances including agitation, anxiety, depression, moodiness, forgetfulness, lack of concentration, and insomnia. Women’s health issues including irregular menstruation and PMS, dysmenorrheal prenatal women and ease pain during labor. Stress related problems including migraine headaches and tension headaches, Chronic pain such as back pain including upper, middle, and lower back, Constipation, exercises & stretches weak tight muscles, Arthritis – makes flexibility of joints and ligaments, Neck and shoulder rigidity, Whiplash, Poor circulation, Stimulates lymph flow, Good for rough and dry skin, Facet Syndromes etc. It is also very good for athletes.