Ba Duan Jin Shaolin Qi Gong
Ba Duan Jin, or The Eight Section Brocade, promotes health and longevity for individuals of all ages. Each of the 8 movements is related to the Qi meridian and its associated internal organs such as the heart, liver, stomach, spleen and lungs.
Qigong is an exercise to regulate the mind and breathing in order to promote the flow of Qi. The regulation of Qi flow is therefore best used to preserve health and treat disease. Medical qigong, the Qi exercise practiced to prevent and treat disease, is different from general physical exercise. While physical exercise is aimed at building up health or restoring physical functioning by enhancing strength, medical qigong is focused on the mobilization of functional potentialities by regulating the mind.
Please note the following important course information:
Instructor: Master Shi Yong Yao
Master Shi Yong Yao is a 33rd generation Shaolin monk and teacher of Kung Fu and Qigong. Trained in martial arts for over 30 years, he became the Shaolin Temple Qi Gong Master. Among the many techniques he has studied, his most accomplished techniques are Fou Han Boxing and the Metal Finger technique. He came to the U.S. in 2004 to perform and teach Kung Fu and Qi Gong.
Where: Room F, 555 De Haro Street San Francisco
Time: Tuesdays, 5:30pm - 7:30pm (4 weeks)
Fee: $120 (10% discount for seniors and students)
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