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"A comfortable body and a joyful spirit are the seeds for happiness and peace in the world.

It is our responsibility to cultivate those attributes."

Geshe Tenzin Dhargye

Ku Nye („Koo-Nyeh“, Traditional Tibetan Massage) has been practised in Tibet for more than 3900 years. It is a very mild and highly effective way to strengthen, rejuvenate and maintain your bodily energies. Energy balances can be brought into line or be prevented.

    (e.g. irritability, disgruntlement, burn-out)

    (therefore suitable for older people as well)

    psychosomatic manifestations of the rLung energy.

    sharpens the sensory organs and rejuvenates body and spirit.


Ku Nye is used on healthy people for relaxation and prevention

purposes only.

Traditional Tibetan Medicine (TTM) is one of the largest fields of knowledge of the Tibetan culture. Its history goes back more than 2500 years and is one of the oldest medical systems in the world.

The basic concept of the TTM relates to the theory of the five elements and the three body energies. As long as these exist in the right amounts and proportions („in balance“) then a person is healthy.

However often through bad nutrition or an unhealthy lifestyle this sensitive system is disturbed which eventually leads to troubles and illness. These disturbances always have a physical and a mental aspect.

The treatment starting point is the implementation of correct nutrition and lifestyle habits as well as various medical treatments. The most effective method ist the prevention of imbalances in the first place.

The Process:

    Small, warm herbal compresses open

    the strained energy points of the body.

    Energetic entire body massage with the

    above listed results.

 Awarded the TTM Diploma of the Tibet Center by His Holiness, the 14th Dalai

 Lama  (photograph ©Tibetzentrum/Tenzin Choejor)

FotoDalaiLama©Tibetzentrum/TenzinChoejor Deutsche Sprache