Mantak Chia in NYC, June 9-13!
Master Mantak Chia is an amazing teacher and catalyst for healing and connection. Join us for his first in-person teaching in the U.S. since 2019.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to study with him in person to jumpstart your energy and learn valuable techniques that will help you throughout your life.
I don’t take Master Chia’s presence in the U.S. for granted.
Even though he is robustly pushing 80,
global events have hindered his travel in the past
and could do so again in the future.
Space is limited and we expect to sell out.
Jump in and secure your place!
5 Day Seminar – $997
Awaken Your Healing Power and Healing Love – $850
Awaken Your Healing Power – $450
Healing Love Practices – $450
Reprogramming Your DNA – $250
For those of you who might have missed the Shift Network’s Qigong Global summit or are interested in understanding the energetic dynamics of the Wood element and the spring season, take a look at my session , “Making Friends with Your Inner Dragon” here.
This interview is part of the Qigong Global Summit a free online event. For more information, please visit https://qigongglobalsummit.com. This recording is a copyright of The Shift Network. All rights reserved.
Originally from China, Qigong (or “Chi Kung”) is an ancient and powerful mind/body discipline that is perfect for the modern world. Composed of a variety of sitting, standing and moving practices which use the breath, posture, and power of the mind, Qigong creates a field of powerful healing energy (qi), enabling the practitioner to shift into a state of increased vitality and awareness, a decrease or elimination of pain, and accelerated healing. Studies show strong improvement in spiritual, physical and mental health, evidenced by synchronized brain waves, reduction in stress hormones, and increases in energy.
Tai Chi is China’s unique gift to the arts of physical culture and fitness. A combination of self-defense and qigong, this elegant mind/body discipline is a moving energy meditation that is rooted in Taoist philosophy. Tao means “the way of nature” and Tai Chi is considered one of the best vehicles for practicing Tao as well as realizing it. A graceful series of movements performed in slow motion, Tai Chi is easy on the joints and is a powerful stress reliever for contemporary lifestyles. Among other conditions, it addresses improper posture, muscle tension, and mental stress. These difficulties can restrict energy flow, causing blockages that can lead to pain and in some cases, serious illnesses. The word, “chi” in the English transliteration is not the same as “qi/chi” or life force energy. In fact, the original word, “Taiji” means “the supreme ultimate”. Add the word “chuan” and its meaning becomes “the supreme ultimate fist” (self-defense).