January 18 – 20, 2019
We are delighted to welcome Santosh Philip back to Kansas City and the Rime Center, January 18th through 20th. Santosh will be leading us in a system of Tibetan yoga practices called Kum Nye. “Kum Nye exercises teach us how to smooth the jagged energies of body and mind. Using massage, postures, and movement, we can awaken blissful feelings within body and senses that can open our energy centers (chakras) and relieve the pressure of conflicting meanings and interpretations.” Tarthang Tulku, Joy of Being.
Our body can teach us how to heal the mind and this retreat presents Tibetan Yoga exercises to catalyze this healing. We discover how to come back to our senses and to link inner with outer experience through a vital flow of feeling.
Santosh Philip, M.Arch, who designs high-performance and sustainable buildings, has studied Nyingma teachings since 1995. His primary teaching area is Kum Nye, where he conveys his considerable love and respect for Tibetan Yoga self-massage and movement practices to his students, both at the introductory and advanced levels. Nearly every Sunday throughout the year, Santosh and fellow Kum Nye instructor Jack van der Meulen, teach a drop-in Kum Nye morning class at the Nyingma Institute in Berkeley California. Santosh also teaches classes on Nyingma practices, including dream yoga.
Friday, January, 18
7:30 pm – 9 pm Introductory Teaching
Saturday, January, 19
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 pm Kum Nye Workshop
2:00 – 4:00 pm
Sunday, January 20
10:30 am – 12:00 pm Public Talk
This event is open to everyone, but please consider being a sponsor for this retreat for as little at $150. Your sponsorship will ensure everyone can attend these wonderful teachings.