We offer instruction in several different styles of Qigong.
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Baduanjin is one of the most famous qigong sets. This program covers both the Seated version and the Standing version of Ba Duan Jin. Each set can be done in less then 15 minutes and gives a workout for the entire body both physically and energetically. To make a even more complete training program, instruction in seated meditation and standing meditation is also covered. This is a complete training program that can give a lifetime of benefit.
A single exercise practice, in just minutes a day, this movement works the entire body: all the joints, the spine, and the internal organs. For people that wish to go beyond practicing a single exercise, this program includes instruction in a short set of 5 movements (which includes the Swimming Dragon Qigong) and ends with a standing meditation.
Zhan Zhuang measn standing like a stake. Sometimes it is called standing meditation. This health set includes gentle warm up exercises that loosen the body, Standing Meditation Postures, and Walking Exercises.
This set works to change the muscles and the tendons of the body. The movements twist, coil, stretch, and strengthen every part of the body. It is great for people who want to become more robust physically and people who work with their hands (like bodywork and massage).
Created by legendary physician Hua Tou. This style is based on the movements of the five animals: Crane, Bear, Deer, Monkey, and Tiger. Each animal consists of a complete set of movements and each animal is practiced individually. Each animal corresponds to one of the Five Elements: Metal, Water, Wood, Fire, and Earth.
The core of this practice is a simple standing meditation posture. Each of the 10 moving exercises arise from this posture and return to this posture. On a basic level this set emphasizes opening the entire body, changing the tendons, and regaining mobility in the spine. At an advanced level you exchange and communicate with the energy around out.
An authentic transmission from the Taoists from Wudang Mounatin. The practice consists of Standing Meditation and a series of Moving Exercises. Each posture can be practiced individually for therapeutic effect and there are several levels to practice this set at depending on the student's level of attainment
This is one of the Internal Training Sets from the Ng Ga Kuen (Southern Shaolin) system. It is a long Qigong form that has 6 exercises for each of the Five Animals: Tiger, Dragon Snake, Crane, and Leopard. Not only does practicing this long set help to condition and strengthen the body, but it is a deep internal set.
A unique practice that teaches how to feel and work with energy outside the body. It consists of a standing meditation that cultivates internal energy. Then a series of moving exercises that teach the student to progressively feel and work with energy outside the body. The Set ends with another standing meditation posture.