WILD GOOSE QI GONG
New Session For Beginners And Intermediate
Sunday 5th May
Sunday 19th May
Sunday 2nd June
Sunday 16th June
9am – 11am
The Meadows, Edinburgh (In front of Quarter Mile/Old Royal Infirmary, near Middle Meadow Walk).
Learn About; Qi Gong philosophy, breathing effectively, Qi and energy centre awareness, enhancing Qi flow with soft and gentle body movements, strengthening and stretching, Rotating joints and spine stretching.
Donald Stephen: “I initially learned about Qi Gong whilst studying acupuncture at the Northern college of Acupuncture in York. Qi Gong was practiced before starting classes to refresh and energise us (before we fell asleep again!). Taking this on further, I learned some classic movements called the 8 brocades from a tai chi teacher called Eric Tessier Levigne, a lecturer at York. Then I came across “Zhang Zhong”- standing like a tree Qi Gong, which introduced me to how powerful and energising Qi Gong could be. I learned this from book form as it was
a simple practice to begin with. Then, becoming ever more enthusiastic and desiring more proficiency, I enrolled in a teacher training course to learn Wild goose Qi Gong. This has helped me to develop to a deeper level.
For the past 3 years I have practiced daily and attended over 170 hrs of classes. I have now learned 5 different sets of Wild goose Qi Gong and I would call myself an efficient and improving practitioner of Qi Gong. My wish now is to start sharing my experience as I continue my own journey with this amazing powerful practice.”