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Cultivating lifeforce

with Qigong

Saturday February  26th 
10am - 2pm 

Liu Zi Jue

Written by Tao Hongjing (AD 456 – 536) for health improvement and promotion of healing and longevity.

Liu Zi Jue regulates and controls the rise and fall of Qi through the inhalation and exhalation of six sounds.

Development and modification of Liu Zi Jue over the centuries created much confusion as to the pronunciation of the associated Chinese characters thus in 2003 the Sport of China Administration released a revised version which is the version you will be introduced to at this workshop.  

Wu Qin Xi 

Created by China's great physician Hua Tuo  in the last stage of the Eastern Han Dynasty(25-220).

He summarized the traditional practice and has included the movements of the tiger, deer, bear, ape, and bird.

​Wu Qin Xi is used mainly for calming the internal spirit in order to enhance the accumulation of qi  and regulate its flow through the body's meridians. Externally, it is used for strengthening the tendons, ligaments and bones and building a resource of power.


All Saints Parish Church Hall

Corner Cromwell and Oxford Streets

New Lambton

Refreshments provided

BYO lunch

NB: Workshop dates and /or topics are subject to change without notice

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