• Dorm Room - $110 per night – $430.00
  • No Lodging - Commuter – $320.00
  • Shared Room - $130 per night – $450.00
  • Shrine Room Floor – $350.00
  • Single room - $160 per night – $480.00
  • (All prices include $320.00 base amount)

Date & Time Details: Saturday, May 4th - Sunday, May 5th 8:30am-6pm both days

Location: Sky Lake Meditation Center

Address: 22 Hillcrest Lane, Rosendale, NY 12472, USA

Contact: Program Manager
[email protected]

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Qigong 1 and 2 – Peaceful Body, Peaceful Mind

With Una Chung

May 4 - 5, 2024

Qigong 1 and 2 – Peaceful Body, Peaceful Mind

When body is relaxed and peaceful, energy will flow. When mind is still, it will embrace qi and strengthen the body. In the Chinese arts of health and longevity, qigong simultaneously cultivates a peaceful body and a peaceful mind. Physical health and mental well-being are closely aligned.

Begin your journey of health and well-being in Qigong l 1 by learning six classic qigong techniques that relax the body and two postures of standing qigong that gather internal energy. Continue in Qigong 2 by learning how to guide energy through the body using the Nine Self-Massage. Complete the program by learning Twelve Devas Tendon Changing – the most effective form of qigong used in repairing physical injuries and enhancing muscular-skeletal strength.

There are no requirements. If you wish to get started on improving your physical health and mental well-being, this program is for you.



Una Chung
Una Chung is a student of Eva Wong, who is a lineage holder in the Xiantianwujimen tradition. Chung has been practicing qigong for ten years and is authorized to teach qigong by the lineage. She is also a longtime meditation practitioner and has studied Buddhist meditation for 24 years. In her professional life Chung is an associate professor of literature, media and cultural studies at Sarah Lawrence College since 2007. Her academic areas of specialization are Asian American literature, comparative philosophies, and aesthetics of new media, with a special interest in mind-body practices and the performance of everyday life.
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