At Ease In Mind And Body: An introduction to qigong (chi kung)
Teacher: Roger O’Neil
Cost: 2 days accommodation + R200 surcharge
Dates: Friday 16 October 2020 - Sunday 18 October 2020
Qigong (chi kung) is an ancient Chinese practice that boosts one’s health and longevity. Through gentle, slow and flowing movements, it integrates and harmonises one’s bodily functions and states of mind by eliminating static and toxic energy patterns. Qigong (chi kung) strengthens the internal organs and skeletal structure and encourages good posture. In this retreat Paul will teach the Healing Sounds Short Form - a set of gentle exercises that also uses sounds to cleanse and heal our major organs, and which is a lot of fun to practise. He will also teach the ancient Taoist qigong meditation for inner tranquility.
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Roger O’Neill is a video producer working with corporate, health and educational groups and headed up the Audio Visual Centre at UKZN in Pietermaritzburg. His journey after recovering from two cancers brought him to qigong and tai chi as a channel for healing energy. He has been a pupil of Paul Dorrian for ten years and deputises for him when required at the Lin Li School of Tai Chi Chuan in Pietermaritzburg which teaches tai chi chuan in the Yang style and qigong (chi kung) in the Pa Tuan Chin, Healing Sounds and Zhan Zhuang styles. The Grandmaster of the school is Dr Lin Feng-Chao.