Qigong Tendon-Changing/Marrow-Washing Intensive
Dr. Eva Wong
June 11 - 13, 2017
- $408.00 – tuition + food only, no lodging (commuters)
- $448.00 – tuition + food, shrine room lodging
- $492.00 – tuition + food, shared room lodging
- $628.00 – tuition + food, private room lodging
Traditional Chinese Qigong Tendon-Changing and Marrow-Washing Intensive
The Tendon-Changing and Marrow-Washing Intensive is an intermediate qigong program that focuses on further strengthening of the muscular skeletal system – tendons, bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, and spine.
In this program students will learn:
1. The Eight Basic Wudang Warrior Qigong Forms. These qigong postures were used traditionally by the warrior Daoist monks of Wudang Shan monastery to build muscular-skeletal strength and endurance for the practice of the martial arts.
2. To apply the 12 devas and Animal Forms specifically to regain tendon strength and elasticity, revitalize bone marrow, and build endurance by enhancing bone and tendon strength.
3. To apply selective forms from the Immortals’ Guide to Self-Massage and Breath Regulation and the Red Phoenix Calisthenics that use breath regulation and control to direct internal energy toward healing and enhancing the muscular-skeletal system.
The prerequisite required for Tendon-Changing and Marrow-Washing are Qigong Levels 1-5.
This program is a prerequisite for Traditional Chinese Qigong Level 6 and the Breath Regulation Intensive and Standing Qigong Intensive.
The program begins at 7:30pm on June 11th and ends at 6pm on June 13th.
Special note: Pregnant women should wait until they have given birth before doing qigong.
About the Teacher
Qigong – Eva Wong, author and translator of 13 books on the Taoist arts of health, meditation, and qigong, is the 19th generation lineage carrier of Xiantianwujimen Taoism and 3rd generation student of Wang Xiangzhai, founder of the Yiquan martial arts and Zhangshuan (standing qigong). Fengshui – Eva Wong is a practitioner of several systems … Continue
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