Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong – Rainy Day Practise
Saturday 10th March 2018
The movements represent the flight of wild geese and it helps to expel toxins from the body, cleanse the meridians, improve blood flow and draw in and circulate Qi.
Da Yan translates to the great bird and is an ancient Qigong practise that was developed by Daoist Masters about 1,7 00 years ago in the sacred Kunlun Mountains in the Northern Himalayan area, south west China.
Its healing legacy has been passed down through many generations and Simon is an initiated student of the 28th linage holder, Grand Master Chen Chuan Gang.
In this one day workshop Simon will share the rainy day practise.
This is a shortened form of the 1st 64 movement set, which can be practised in a smaller confined space.
With regular practise, Qigong helps restore energy, reduce stress and anxiety and help individuals maintain a healthy and active life.
- All tuition with Master Simon Blow
- Meditation sessions
- Bring a plate to share for lunch
Simon Blow has been a professional Qigong teacher (Laoshi) since 1992.
He has received World Health Organisation certification in Medical Qigong clinical practise from the Xiyuan Hospital in Beijing and initiation into Dragon Gate Daoism with the given name Xin Si, meaning Genuine Wisdom.
Simon is a Deputy Secretary of the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong, Beijing.
He conducts many retreats and workshops throughout Australia and has been leading specialist training tours to China to learn from masters at the source since 1999.
He is also the author of numerous books, DVDs and meditation CDs about the ancient Chinese healing arts