Qi Gong/Ba Gua/Xing Yi

May 29, 2012 | Post by: valerieghent 1 Comments

Arrived in Beijing – Temple of Heaven

We arrived in Beijing safe and sound, after a stopover in Detroit airport. Already primed with delicious baozi (small steamed buns) and hun dun (wonton soup) we also found the local supermarket, which is filled with all kinds of delicacies you won’t find in NYC. Also visited the Temple of

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Nov 10, 2011 | Post by: valerieghent No Comments

Six Healing Sounds Qi Gong: Liu Zi Jue – new class starts Jan 25, 2012

The Six Healing Sounds (Liu Zi Jue) qi gong set is one of the oldest methods of Taoist health preservation exercises in China. Each sound creates a vibration which stimulates and harmonizes the functioning of a specific internal organ and its related meridian. Six Healing Sound Qi Gong has been

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