Qigong has changed my life and continues to do so. Being rooted in Daoism and ancient Chinese shamanism, it contains the wisdom that has served humanity for over 5,000 years. These teachings and practices are extremely relevant to strengthening health, cultivating vitality, and finding balance and harmony within ourselves as well as between people and the whole world.
In recent years, as I have studied and practiced Medical Qigong, I have experienced a lot of changes in how to improve my health and help others improve theirs, how to behave and prioritize, how to understand and treat other people in critical moments and routinely, how to be more honest with myself, how to be a better parent, and many more. I have been training with the International College of Medical Qigong since 2011 attending practitioner and therapist certification programs as well as advanced medical qigong seminars. With WE QIGONG, my hope is to contribute to the expansion of a Qigong community, to share the teachings, and to encourage people to try it as a treatment and as a cultivation practice.
Qigong appeals to me both as a mystery and as a Universal demystified simplicity and truth. On one hand, one can be amazed by how energetic transformations drive the improvement in our emotional and physical health. One shift may trigger multiple subsequent changes in our lifestyle and path. It can gradually ripple through and fruitfully manifest in unexpected aspects. On the other hand, we realize that we are one with nature and this world, and are continuously connected with all. There is nothing surprising in energy being so transformative.
Qigong is healing and empowering. I hope to see you soon for an energy treatment or for a class in Nashville. Please, email me at [email protected] to schedule an appointment. Private Sessions are available at 10 AM and 1 PM on weekdays and last up to two hours at $100 per Session. Small Group meditation and movement classes are also available.
Hope to work together with you soon.
Concerning matter, we have been all wrong. What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter.Albert Einstein