(All levels, beginners welcome)

Berkeley 2014                         go to schedule More info

We have one more workshop on June 7 plus our 5-Day Retreat from June 21-25 before taking a break for the summer. Then starting from September 6 until the end of this year, we will be focusing on teaching and practicing the many kinds of 3-Dimensional Circular Movements found in Wild Goose Qigong.


Saturday, June 7
Differentiate Meditative and Accented Movements


Saturday, September 6
Intro to 3D Circular Movements


Saturday, October 4
Microcosmic Orbit


Saturday, November 8
"Wiping the Window" Movement


Saturday, December 6
"Grinding the Tofu" Movement



Kensington 2014                             go to schedule Retreat info

June 21-25, Summer Retreat
Wild Goose Principles and Wild Goose-10

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June 21 - 25, 2014
Wild Goose Principles and Wild Goose-10
Kensington, CA (bordering Berkeley)

Join Medical Qigong Master, Dr. Bingkun Hu for a fun-filled, rejuvenating five days of Wild Goose Qigong in the lovely town of Kensington (next door to Berkeley).

The focus of the summer retreat will be on how to improve your Wild Goose performance by learning several important techniques so you can practice with more confidence and ease. Dr. Hu will also teach Wild-Goose 10, an advanced and powerful qigong to train the emission of qi for healing and the absorption and recovery of qi to open up the meridian lines throughout our body.

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Wild Goose Qigong is a complete healing system. It is one of the most widely practiced styles of Qigong in China today. It is well known for its lovely and graceful movements that suggest an innocent and carefree wild goose. Wild Goose Qigong is a safe and powerful way to make your body stronger, your mind sharper and your mood happier. The movements and postures naturally open the twelve meridians, and induce Micro-Cosmic Orbit to circulate within the governing and conception vessels.


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