We are honored to bring
Dr. Eva Wong
back to Marblehead for
Traditional Chinese Qigong Level 1 & 2,
April 14 & 15, 2012
Saturday 9am to 5pm
Sunday 9am to 6pm
and Level 3
April 20 to 22nd, 2012
Also limited availability: Fengshui your home or business with Dr. Eva Wong. Contact us now.
Hand in Hand Massage is co-hosting this program with Tail of the Tiger. For information on Tail of the Tiger programs click here
This program teaches Daoist Qigong methods of dual cultivation of body and mind. These are authentic teachings based on historical texts and lineage transmission.
Friday, April 20th: 7:30pm to 9pm
Saturday, April 21st: 9am to 9:30pm.
Sunday, April 22nd: 9am to 6pm.
Sophie Leger is offering an optional review of Levels 1 & 2 on Friday at 5:30pm
Note: Students should understand that they may not teach any form of Xiantianwujimen or Yiquan Qigong without permission from Ms. Wong.
Prerequisite: Levels 1 & 2
About Dr. Eva Wong:
Eva Wong is the 19th-generation lineage carrier of the Xiantianwujimen school of Daoism. The student of Sun Di she is also 3rd-generation lineage descendant of Wang Xiangzhai, founder of Yiquan martial arts and Zhangzhuan (standing qigong).
Take this rare opportunity to receive instruction in two unique lineages, the Xiantianwujimen (Pre-celestial Limitless Gate School of Taoism), and the Yiquan school, neither of which has been fully transmitted to students in the West.
Daoist qigong is a discipline that cultivates body and mind simultaneously. Originally called daoyin, which means ‘guiding the flow of internal energy (qi), it has been practiced for over two thousand years in China. Laozi, the founder of Daoism, was said to have been the first to practice techniques of conserving, gathering, cultivating, nourishing, and transforming energies that are the source of a healthy body and a clear mind. The techniques of Daoist qigong can be divided into three categories – outer, inner, and secret. Outer qigong focuses on physical strengthening, inner qigong with nourishing the internal organs and gathering and conserving energy, and secret qigong with dissolving the duality of mind and body to merge with the primordial energy of the Dao.
No spiritual discipline is complete without integrating its formal practices into everyday life. In this respect, Daoist qigong advocates a lifestyle of simplicity and moderation, encourages the cultivation of generosity, compassion, and wisdom, and fosters the development of honor and respect for ourselves and the world
More on Dr. Wong: Eva Wong is the author and translator of 12 books on the Taoist arts of health, meditation & qigong, including Nourishing the Essence of Life: The Outer, Inner, and Secret Teachings of Taoism. Eva Wong is also the lineage carrier of Zhen’s Xuankong Flying Stars Feng Shui and Sanyuan (Three Periods) Feng Shui. She is the author of Feng-Shui: The Ancient Wisdom of Harmonious Living for Modern Times and A Master Course in Feng-Shui, which have been translated into numerous languages, including Spanish, German, French, Russian, Italian, and Polish.
These are the first levels of a comprehensive program involving nine levels of qigong training.
For more information on the complete teaching go to daoist-qigong.com
Click here: For More Information & To Register for Level 3