A Qigong workshop focusing on the skill of Ting and to develop our delicate cobweb-like tissue (Huang) which is needed for advanced work.
The Five Elements of Wu Xing refers to the Taoist understanding that from the fundamental polarity of Yin and Yang comes a further division into five energetic ‘pulses’ or movements.
A day for deepening our practice – using time to embody our theoretical understanding. Open to those with experience in Qigong – this workshop is not suitable for those who are unfamiliar with Qigong. If unsure please contact us. Please call 01603 632555 or email Dinah for further info or to book. Cindy Engel is a highly experienced Qigong Teacher, to find out more about her visit www.wildhealth.co.uk
Qigong, as a generic practice, includes different styles of standing meditation. Why are they different? What are they for? What are they supposed to do? This session will look at the physical alignments, the applications of Ting and the effects we can expect from three different ‘types’ of standing practice. We will experience why different […]
Sometimes information in the body from past events continues to hold us back and needs to go. Sometimes physical damage to the body is holding back the smooth operation of our movements or our energy flow. Sometimes stagnation needs to be shifted with a bit of assertiveness and nothing else will do. The ‘Daoyins’ can be […]
An in-depth look at four moving forms from this set of Medical Qigong. We will be looking in detail at the subtle mechanics and energetics of pulsing as well as the application of a range of Qigong skills. Handouts will be provided Suitable for beginners as well as those already familiar with this set (Cindy […]