Tibetan Yoga, also known as Kum Nye, 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, Tibetan Yoga has been taught at the Nyingma Institute since 1972. Workshops, classes, and retreats present Tibetan Yoga exercises that reduce stress, balance emotions, and catalyze a deep healing process.

Kum Nye (Tibetan Yoga) is based on comprehensive understanding of the body: how its inner systems operate, how they are interconnected, and how they are activated by energy circulating through them. - Tarthang Tulku, Joy of Being.