Simple breathing & movement exercises
– suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels –
that relieve tension in the body and calm the mind.
For newer people it’s a gateway to meditation,
for others a path to deepen their practice.
“During the break, even though my formal practice has slipped – summertime takes on a life of its own! – my awareness of the breath has been a great anchor; the sense of space (and sometimes I think ‘depth’) is life enhancing.”
Louise, August 2023
“ Slow movement, and awareness of breath & body in the moment has been very good for my art practice.
Taking care with the slowed-down pace results in better seeing and mixing of correct tones, better placing of composition, but mostly to be honest better ‘awareness-of’.
I note my heart my breath, and the beginning-drift into going ahead too fast. I am stopping much more often. Sitting back. Really looking. Then moving, making a move, just one additional detail…”
Liz, June 2023
“Kum Nye is a brilliant process to support you come more into the body and release any tensions, so that you can find a deeper sense of peace and is really effective at supporting a deeper meditation practice. I recently was really suffering tension in my neck and I did a session last week with Matt and his practise was better than any deep body massage.”
Niamh, May 2023
“I’ve been going through a busy and transitional time of life lately and desperately needed to find my way back to my body and the present moment. I was shocked by how effective the simple exercises were at doing this. I found it much more powerful than continuous seated meditation and very different to yoga in the benefits it gave.”
Emma, May 2022
“I have the Kum Nye books, but you bring it alive in an inspiring way – and that is invaluable. I have been meditating more than an hour a day for 20 years and have been looking for this kind of integration of the body with the mind/spirit.”
Rick, Feb 2022
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