2022 April Qigong Master Class

With Senior Master Chin Min Lian

Our health is the greatest asset we have and keeping our bodies healthy is the greatest obligation we owe to ourselves. The Chinese have developed and perfected a vast knowledge of health preservation exercises.

Join Snr Master Chin Min Lian of Celestial Tai Chi College as he shares these health qigong with you and reap the benefit of his skills and wisdom

16-Step Daoyin Health Qigong

This is one of the Traditional Daoyin exercise based on Chinese Traditional Medicines health preservation principles. The 16-step Daoyin Health Qigong emphasizes the effect on life produced by movement, just as “running water” is never stale and a revolving door-hinge will never get rusted.

This exercise is harmonious and symmetrical, embodying left and right, upper and lower, front and back and high and low motions symbolizing the balance of yin and yang. It attaches importance to the cultivation of the essence, Qi (energy) through regulating the breath, “nourishing the shen (spirit) through regulating the mind” and “circulating meridians through regulating the form.”
Eight steps depict the gentle movements of animals and eight steps depict the flow of nature. Movements are easy to follow and you will learn this set for daily practice.

8 Shaolin Strengthening Exercise (ChanYuan Qong)

Shaolin Temple has been the cradle of Chinese Wushu and many Qigong exercises, one of which is the Shaolin Chanyuan Qong. These 8 strengthening exercises are excellent routine to stimulate the internal qi for the strengthening the body and to cultivate good health.

When: Saturday 2 April 2022, 2pm-5pm
Where: Ashburton Primary School, Fakenham Road, Ashburton
Cost: $70, or $60 concession. Cash, cheque or direct credit (no credit/debit card facilities). Payment details will be provided upon registration.
RSVP: Friday 1 April 2022
Registration email: Email us

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Updated: 1 March 2022