Jan 122012
 

HeartofFlowers Free Day of Qi Gong for Healing

My teachers are offering a free day of Qi Gong for Healing – I’ll be there!

Something from the Heart – a Valentine celebration. Our Valentine gift to you! Open to all, come early, stay late.
Drop by to sample a day of free on-going Qi Healing, and Karen’s Therapeutic Massage. Demonstrations and Mini-classes on the hour.

When:  Saturday February 11, 2012 (11a.m. to 4 p.m.)
Where: Qi Gong for Healing, 67 Mountain Blvd. in Warren, NJ (908-647-1563)

Schedule: 

  • Tai Chi at 11am
  • Simple Qi Gong remedies at 12 noon
  • Swimming Dragon with Patty at 1 pm
  • An overview of Clinical Qi Gong at 2 pm
  • Soaring Crane at 3 pm

I’m looking forward to spending the day seeing old friends, meeting new people and enjoying qi gong.

Namaste, Lady Rose

Qi Gong for Healing (previous post) – Qi Gong is a form of energy work and healing techniques that are over 8000 years old. It is both simple and deeply profound, connecting the body-mind-spirit through breath, movement, and meditations. In class we learn self-help practices for our own well-being, balance, and inner peace and how to gather, build, store, circulate, and transmit qi healing energy to help others. The techniques can be done any where, any time, and do not require any special tools.

Brief Definition of Qi Gong (from Wikipdia): a practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness for exercise, healing, and meditation. With roots in Chinese medicine, qigong is traditionally viewed as a practice to balance qi (chi) or what has been translated as “intrinsic life energy.”

Oct 212011
 

chi symbol1 Qi Gong for Healing

Qi Symbol

Tonight I will be in Qi Gong for Healing class with my instructors Brian Coffey and Fran Maher in Warren, NJ.  It is the start of the second weekend for the Qi Healer Intensive course – the class is two consecutive weekends (Friday evening and all day Sat. & Sun.).  I took the class for the first time in the fall of 2009.  In 2010 I took the next level class Qi Therapist Intensive (a three weekend class).  After taking the class for the first time, my teachers offer all returning students the opportunity to take the class as many times as they want to at no cost.  It is beneficial to retake the class for many reasons.  Each time I learn more and gain a deeper understanding, and more importantly I get to experience the energy that is shared by my teachers and others in the class.

Qi Gong is a form of energy work and healing techniques that are over 8000 years old.  It is both simple and deeply profound, connecting the body-mind-spirit through breath, movement, and meditations.  In class we learn self-help practices for our own well-being, balance, and inner peace and how to gather, build, store, circulate, and transmit qi healing energy to help others.  The techniques can be done any where, any time, and do not require any special tools.

I will be posting more about qi gong in the future, but if any one has any questions or would like more information at any time, feel free to con­tact me by email (or send a message via my facebook profile).

Namaste, Lady Rose (Qi Gong Healer)

 

Oct 052011
 

bagua Qi Gong Book List And Teachers

It is best to learn qi gong from a teacher in person, but books can be a good place to start.

Introductory Books:

  • Heal Yourself With Qigong: Gentle Practices to Increase Energy, Restore Health, and Relax the Mind, author: Suzanne Friedman
  • The Healing Promise of Qi: Creating Extraordinary Wellness through Qigong and Tai Chi Roger, author:  Roger Janke
  • The Healer Within: Using Traditional Chinese Techniques to Release Your Body’s Own Medicine (Movement, Massage, Meditation, Breathing), author: Roger Janke
  • The Essence of Qigong: A Handbook of Qigong Theory and Practice, author Ke Yun Lu
  • Chi Kung: The Way of Healing, author Lam Kam Master Chuen

 Books by Grand Master T.K. Shih:

  • The Swimming Dragon: A Chinese Way to Fitness, Beautiful Skin, Weight Loss & High Energy, author: Tzu Shih Kuo, et al (book and DVD)
  • Qi Gong Therapy: The Chinese Art of Healing With Energy, authors: Tzu Kuo Shih, Charles Stein
  • Chinese Medical Qigong Therapy volume II: The Chinese Art of Healing with Energy, authors: Grand Master T.K. Shih OMD, L.Ac and Melanie Shih OMD, L.Ac.

My Teachers:

  • Qi Gong for Healing: Brian Coffey and Fran Maher, Warren, NJ– private appointments (qi healing, massage, acupuncture), weekly classes in Wu Ji Jing Gong, Sun Tai Chi and more. Healer Training: Qi Healer Intensive (6 day program) and Qi Therapist Intensive (8 day program), offer throughout the year check class calendar for dates.
  • Chinese Healing Arts Center, Grand Master T.K. Shih, De Ying Huang, Melanie Shih. Centers located: Danbury, CT and Kingston, NY. The Shih family tradition of healing goes back six generations, with roots in the classical tradition of healing with energy, Qi gong.
  • Silver Tiger Studio – Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Gagua (Internal Arts for Health and Fitness) Master Ting, Mt. Laurel, NJ (Rancocas Woods)  
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