(Berkeley, Cupertino, Soquel, Templeton)
(All levels, beginners welcome)
Rhythm in Wild Goose Qigong
Last year, the main theme of our training was how to make “whole body movements”. This year, our recurring basic training is “rhythm in Wild Goose Qigong”. At the same time, we will introduce many sets of Wild Goose Qigong to the beginning learners, (some are only selections,) so that more Qigong lovers can have a basic concept of what Wild Goose Qigong really is, and how to learn this Medical Qigong well.
Wild Goose-3 (Kunlun Bagua Qigong)
Learn this short and delightful qigong for training our body and mind coordination, for developing our core stability and body center, and also for balancing the yin-yang aspect of the body. Learn the details of how to do Kunlun Bagua steps first in straight lines, and then in circles.
Rhythm in Wild Goose Qigong
Qigong rhythm is based on bio-rhythm, especially our breathing pattern. To make our qigong movement smooth and comfortable, usually we include both the inhaling and exhaling process within one single movement. Please differentiate an accented movement from an unaccented one. In an accented movement, the inhaling and exhaling parts are usually of different length. In this workshop, we also analyze several simple movements which clearly show different rhythms.
Wild Goose-7 (Back Stretching Qigong)
This qigong is short, delightful, and effective. The more we practice its movements, the more we feel it affects our emotions. When we can stretch our spine naturally and easily, we enjoy the sensation of being totally free. When we are able to move our shoulders while we are breathing, we feel our “body armor” softens up. This qigong, if practiced correctly, can shake off our negative emotions and make us feel happy, alert and energetic.
Wild Goose-12 (Qigong for the Kidneys)
“Qigong for the Kidneys” is a “hidden gem” in the Wild Goose system. It is short and its form is adaptable to different levels of learners. It serves as a gentle approach to tonify our kidneys and to build up our inner strength. It provides us with a delightful way to stretch ourselves with ease using “reverse abdominal breathing” and dynamic rhythm.
Selections from Wild Goose-2
Wild Goose-2 is a lovely master piece heavily loaded with various kinds of whole body movements. It is amazing that so many “treasures” can be fitted within one set of Wild Goose Qigong. Digesting Wild Goose-2 takes time. In this workshop, several selections from this well-known qigong will be presented, analyzed, and intensively practiced.
Complete Set of Wild Goose-2
During this workshop, our teaching emphasis will be placed on analyzing and practicing its marvelous rhythm. Specific details will be focused on the following three aspects:
1) How to use rhythm to naturally relax ourselves;
2) How to use rhythm to naturally stretch ourselves;
3) How to use “initiating point” to relax our whole body and mind.
Selections from Wild Goose-8
Selections from Wild Goose-9
Selections from Wild Goose Meditation-3
Selections from Wild Goose Meditation-6
Selections from Wild Goose-15
Complete Set of Wild Goose-15
Six Healing Sounds
Awareness, Movements and the Flowing of Qi