• Nyima Tashi Kagyu Buddhist Centre (map)
  • 30 Pollen Street
  • Auckland, Auckland, 1021
  • New Zealand

Join Brian for a workshop that will include Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga, Tibetan meditation and Tibetan Buddhist teachings.

In times when confusion and chaos are a part of daily activity, we are often too tense and charged up to enjoy life.

Kum Nye opens our senses and our hearts so that we feel satisfied and fulfilled and can appreciate more fully every aspect of our lives. Even in a short time, the quality of experience can be enriched and our lives can become more harmonious.

Kum Nye yoga is a gentle healing system, which relieves stress, transforms negative patterns, and helps us to be balanced and healthy. It increases our enjoyment and appreciation of life and heals both our bodies and minds, bringing their energies together to function smoothly and harmoniously.

Based on Tibetan teachings for living in harmony with physical and universal laws, this practice develops our ability to heal and energise our entire being. Kum Nye Yoga teaches us what it means to just BE.

The moment practice begins, you are planting the seed of a healthy, positive attitude.

Intrinsic to the practice of Kum Nye is the decision to find satisfaction within yourself.

Nourish this positive attitude and it will grow, developing and increasing your sense of balance, happiness, and relaxation.

During the 2 hours there will be theory and practice components as well as a time for connection, reflection and integration of the day's experience with discussion and questions.

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Investment of $25
Just bring yourself, comfy clothing and a water bottle.

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About Brian Berneman:
Brian’s mission is to share a healing conversation to shift the current paradigm. 
Originally from Argentina, he had one of his most life-changing experiences studying Tibetan Buddhism, meditation and Yoga while living in a retreat center in California. 
His direct experience of living in a different way which encourages community, self-responsibility, respect, and compassion in action has inspired Brian to be a leader for new ways of being through connecting to Self and others. 


For further information: www.brianberneman.com