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An Introduction to QiGong

In this meeting our friend Teresa Brito will share with us her vast experience on the techniques of this ancient energy medicine practice.

Chi-Lel QiGong: It was brought to the US in 1995 by QiGong Master Luke Chan, from China.  He studied Zhineng QiGong from Grand Master Pang Ming who is one of the pioneers of opening the secrets of QiGong to the Western world.

QiGong is an ancient energy medicine used in the Far East to help improve health by balancing the Energy System.  Increases stamina, boosts the Immune System, reduces stress and pain, balance emotions among many other things.

Teresa Brito:

I learned Chi-Lel QiGong from Master Luke Chan in Dallas, TX in 1997.  For 10 years I practiced by myself. In 2007 I went to Zhong Shang where Master Chan lives for a month practice.  In December 2010 I took a three month course also in China.

For me the daily benefit I get from practicing Chi-Lel QiGong is that the Chakra System is in harmony and well balanced.  Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) does not make direct reference to Chakras because the Vedic Medicine in India is developed in a different way, but it is closely related.

In this workshop I will introduce the exercise called Lif Chi Up, Pour Chi Down Method.  I will also check each person’s chakra alignment before and after the exercise, with the help of a pendulum.

I think it would be very useful if we have a 10 to 20 minute meditation and for that it would be useful to bring a Yoga Mat or we could also do it in a sitting position.  Thanks!  Teresa

As always, the idea is to have an informal meeting in a relaxing environment that is conducive to discussion and learning. Hope to see you there, and feel free to invite people you know who are interested in the subject

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  • Ricardo M.

    Teresa, thank you again for leading the meeting last Saturday. Your knowledge, experience and enthusiasm for the subject were greatly appreciated by all. See you on next meeting.

    February 25, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I loved how attentive and eager to learn the group was and the results after the exercises!

    February 25, 2014

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