Swimming Dragon is an elegantly designed Taoist qigong method from Hua Mountain. As well as nourishing the qi and opening the channels it is especially good for the spine, the endocrine and lymphatic systems. With regular practice it strengthens the kidneys, promotes organ health, nourishes the skin and regulates weight.
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Intro to Taoist Meditation The hallmark of Taoist cultivation is Xing Ming Shuang Xiu, spiritual-nature and life-vitality cultivated together. This meditation method develops the foundation of both stillness and nourishing of life-vitality. Meditation Members[...]
Seated Six Qi Workshop Instructor: Harrison Moretz The six qi method is a traditional Daoist cultivation method. It is on its own an effective practice to promote health. Traditionally it was used to[...]
Instructor: Harrison Moretz A playful exploration of the movement, qi, and spirit of the five animals. A classic qigong method transmitted from the famous Han dynasty physician Hua Tuo, the five animal frolics are[...]
Instructor: Harrison Moretz An exploration of the mechanisms underlying gigong including The eight methods; posture, movement, breath, intent, visualization, massage, time/place, sound and their practical implementation. This retreat will provide an opportunity for immersive practice[...]
Hunyuan Gong Intensive Instructor: Harrison Moretz In this intensive we will explore the principles and theory of the Hun Yuan Gong set. Detailed instruction will be given breaking down the body mechanics of the movement,[...]
Chinese New Year Celebration You and your guests are cordially invited to attend Taoist Studies Institute’s 2015 Chinese New Year Celebration Welcome the Year of the Goat Fundraising Dinner & Auction held at the[...]
Yang Shèng is the art and science of nourishing life, living in accord with nature. Practices presented will include; Qigong for health and longevity, napping and sleeping Qigong as well as Yang Shèng theory.Daily practice.
Hun Yuan 48 form required or instructor permission
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