Guigen Qigong Workshop
Saturday 14 March 2020
9.30am to 4.30pm
A Qigong workshop to learn simple flowing sets of movements for the different organ groups of the body: Spleen, Lungs, Kidney, Liver and Heart. These internal exercises help regulate the Traditional Chinese Medicine meridian system, bringing harmony to the mind, body and spirit.
The name ‘Guigen’ translates as ‘returning to the source or root’. The six sections of Guigen Qigong help regulate the meridian system, encompassing the ancient Taoist understanding of Restoring Natural Harmony. The dynamic forms and stillness meditation are prescribed to both in- and out-patients at the Xiyuan Hospital in China as a part of their therapy.
The dynamic forms and inner meditations help regulate the meridian system, and this releases stress, increases health and longevity and develops spiritual perception and awareness.
If you would like to make a booking for this course, please email me email@example.com
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With regular practice Qigong helps cleanse the body of toxins, restores energy, reduces stress and anxiety and helps individuals maintain a healthy and active life.
According to Dr Xu, who developed Guigen Qigong, there are three different types of medicine, structural, functional and energetic. We seek treatment for various conditions relating to these types. If we have a fractured arm, we need the structure to be set and to allow the natural healing process to take place. Similarly, if we have a problem with our internal organs, we need herbs or other medications to adjust their function. Qigong works on the Qi or energy level, with the building blocks that help maintain the structure and function of the body.
Qigong Master Simon Blow 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 has received World Health Organisation certification in Medical Qigong clinical practice and has been initiated into Dragon Gate Daoism and given the name ‘Xin Si’, meaning ‘Genuine Wisdom’. An initiated student and 29th Generation of Da Yan – Wild Goose Qigong, Simon is also a Deputy Secretary of the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong in Beijing, China.
$110 or Early Bird discount of $100
(to receive early bird discount, full payment or $40 deposit must be received before 4th March 2020)
- Lunch (bring a plate to share)
- Morning and afternoon tea
- All tuition with Qigong Master Simon Blow
- Meditation sessions
Doctors from Montenegro, Panama, Belarus, Grenada and other 10 counties were practicing
Standing Meditation, Guigen Qigong International