Kum Nye, also known as Tibetan Yoga, is a Tibetan healing system of gentle movement exercises, breathing techniques, and self-massage. Its goal is to harmonize and integrate mind and body, self and world. Developed for the West by Tibetan teacher Tarthang Tulku, Kum Nye has been taught at the Nyingma Institute since 1972. Workshops, classes, and retreats present Kum Nye exercises that reduce stress, balance emotions, and catalyze a deep healing process.

The deep relaxation of Kum Nye gives ease to the mind, relieving it of the busyness that ties up so much of our mental energy, and attuning it to what supports the whole of our being. Pathways to joy and meaning open; we make better wishes, and mind cooperates in bringing them into being. - Tarthang Tulku, Joy of Being.