What we're about

This is a group for anyone interested in Martial Arts, Qigong, Energy Healing, Spirituality or Meditation. We run Qigong classes on a Tuesday evening in North London, as well as workshops and retreats through out the year. All ages, skills and levels are welcome. Are only request is that if you are coming for the first time you arrive 15mins early, so that you can have a quick chat with Andy.

Upcoming events (4+)

Weekly Qi Gong class in Chalk Farm

St Saviour's Church, South Hampstead

Please email [masked] if you would like to attend the class. If you coming for the first time please arrive at 645pm, so you can a quick chat with Andy.

Taijiwuxigong

We study a self healing method of Qi Gong called Taijiwuxigong. During the class we learn a variety of standing, moving and sitting exercises to activate and develop our vital(Yuanqi) energy, while at the same time letting go our sick or negative factor(binqi). We are guided in this with the help of the teacher, Andy Henry, who has more than 25 years teaching experience in this field. The exercises use postural work, breathing techniques, mental focus and sometime sound and spontaneous movements. For more information see below.

Taijiwuxigong

Taijiwuxigong is a form of Qigong developed by the late Dr Shen Hongxun (Taiji Grandmaster, Buddhist Lama and Daoist Lineage holder), as a method for self-healing and self-development. It uses variety of standing, moving and sitting exercises, which help let go of tensions, and activate and develop your energy, especially your vital energy (Yuan Qi). These exercises involve mental focus, postural structural work and spontaneous reaction and movement.

During the workshop Andy will help and give guidance on each of these points. For some students the spontaneous movements can be physical, involve sound as well as cathartic emotion release, which can happen naturally as old tensions are released.

Overall the workshop will help you move through eight main stages: starting with the activation of the Lower Dantian (the energy centre four fingers width below the navel), moving on to opening different energy channels (central, front and back and left and right) and progressing onto working with the latent mental functions such as the opening of the third eye

The Teacher:

Andy Henry is a well-established teacher and healer in the Qi Gong field with over 25 years working experience. One of the main influences of his work has been the late Dr. Shen Hongxun, founder of Taijiwuxigong and Buqi healing. Andy maintains a busy teaching and treatment schedule in England, Portugal and Spain.

Details:
Tuesday evening from 7-830pm
Please arrive 15mins early if you coming for the first time, so you can a quick chat with Andy.

Venue: St Saviours Church, Eton Road, London, NW3 4SQ
Map: https://www.google.com/maps?q=st+saviours+church+eton+road&safe=active&ssui=on&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjCv9_967vjAhX4ThUIHcpGCVEQ_AUIESgB
Cost: £20
Travel: nearest tube is Chalk Farm

Registration details:
Please email [masked] if you would like to attend the class

Weekly Online Self Healing Qi Gong Class

Online event

Weekly Qigong class:

Here we study a method of Qi Gong called Taijiwuxigong. During the class we learn a variety of standing, moving and sitting exercises to activate and develop our vital (Yuanqi) energy, while at the same time letting go of our sick or negative factor (binqi). We are guided in this with the help of the teacher, Andy Henry, who has more than 25 years teaching experience in this field. The exercises use postural work, breathing techniques, mental focus and sometime sound and spontaneous movements. For more information see below.

Taijiwuxigong

Taijiwuxigong is a form of Qigong developed by the late Dr Shen Hongxun( Taiji Grandmaster, Buddhist Lama and Daoist Lineage holder), as a method for self-healing and self development. It uses Daoyin Exercises (simple structured exercises),Postural work, Spontaneous Movement (see below) and Mental focus to activate the Dantian(a chakra in the lower belly), clean the meridian system and expel Binqi, or sick Qi. These methods help to take the participant through eight main stages, starting with the activation of the Dantian, moving on to opening different energy channels (central, front and back and left and right) and progressing onto working with the latent mental functions.

Exercises with Spontaneous Movement

Spontaneous movement is a natural phenomenon of life. It is an internal auto-regulatory mechanism for many body functions and happens at all times. Heartbeat, peristalsis of the digestive organs, breathing, yawning, blinking of the eyelids are only a few examples of the spontaneous movement that continuously takes place on both the inside and the outside of our body. This is called involuntary spontaneous movement, as we have no control over it.

Spontaneous movement does not always have to be involuntary. It is possible to intentionally induce spontaneous movement in order to regulate and optimise the body’s own auto-regulatory mechanism and self-healing function. One key element of spontaneous movement is our body’s cell vibration. Body cells are continuously oscillating in all different directions at all times, thus creating different frequencies in different parts of the body. Unhealthy cells in diseased areas vibrate at a different frequency to healthy cells. Thus it is possible that by influencing the vibration rate of cells, we can change and regulate their frequency and so create favourable conditions for health and healing. Another essential component of spontaneous movement is the vibration of Earth Force. Taijiwuxigong uses different standing, sitting and lying down positions in order to ‘find’ and connect with the Earth Force.

The Teacher:

Andy Henry is a well-established teacher and healer in the Qi Gong field with over 25 years working experience. One of the main influences of his work has been the late Dr. Shen Hongxun, founder of Taijiwuxigong and Buqi healing. Andy maintains a busy teaching and treatment schedule in England, Portugal and Spain.

Registration:

Please contact the organiser at [masked] to register for the class.

Weekly Online Self Healing Qi Gong Class

Online event

Weekly Qigong class:

Here we study a method of Qi Gong called Taijiwuxigong. During the class we learn a variety of standing, moving and sitting exercises to activate and develop our vital (Yuanqi) energy, while at the same time letting go of our sick or negative factor (binqi). We are guided in this with the help of the teacher, Andy Henry, who has more than 25 years teaching experience in this field. The exercises use postural work, breathing techniques, mental focus and sometime sound and spontaneous movements. For more information see below.

Taijiwuxigong

Taijiwuxigong is a form of Qigong developed by the late Dr Shen Hongxun( Taiji Grandmaster, Buddhist Lama and Daoist Lineage holder), as a method for self-healing and self development. It uses Daoyin Exercises (simple structured exercises),Postural work, Spontaneous Movement (see below) and Mental focus to activate the Dantian(a chakra in the lower belly), clean the meridian system and expel Binqi, or sick Qi. These methods help to take the participant through eight main stages, starting with the activation of the Dantian, moving on to opening different energy channels (central, front and back and left and right) and progressing onto working with the latent mental functions.

Exercises with Spontaneous Movement

Spontaneous movement is a natural phenomenon of life. It is an internal auto-regulatory mechanism for many body functions and happens at all times. Heartbeat, peristalsis of the digestive organs, breathing, yawning, blinking of the eyelids are only a few examples of the spontaneous movement that continuously takes place on both the inside and the outside of our body. This is called involuntary spontaneous movement, as we have no control over it.

Spontaneous movement does not always have to be involuntary. It is possible to intentionally induce spontaneous movement in order to regulate and optimise the body’s own auto-regulatory mechanism and self-healing function. One key element of spontaneous movement is our body’s cell vibration. Body cells are continuously oscillating in all different directions at all times, thus creating different frequencies in different parts of the body. Unhealthy cells in diseased areas vibrate at a different frequency to healthy cells. Thus it is possible that by influencing the vibration rate of cells, we can change and regulate their frequency and so create favourable conditions for health and healing. Another essential component of spontaneous movement is the vibration of Earth Force. Taijiwuxigong uses different standing, sitting and lying down positions in order to ‘find’ and connect with the Earth Force.

The Teacher:

Andy Henry is a well-established teacher and healer in the Qi Gong field with over 25 years working experience. One of the main influences of his work has been the late Dr. Shen Hongxun, founder of Taijiwuxigong and Buqi healing. Andy maintains a busy teaching and treatment schedule in England, Portugal and Spain.

Registration:

Please contact the organiser at [masked] to register for the class.

Weekly Qi Gong class in Chalk Farm

St Saviour's Church, South Hampstead

Please email [masked] if you would like to attend the class. If you coming for the first time please arrive at 645pm, so you can a quick chat with Andy.

Taijiwuxigong

We study a self healing method of Qi Gong called Taijiwuxigong. During the class we learn a variety of standing, moving and sitting exercises to activate and develop our vital(Yuanqi) energy, while at the same time letting go our sick or negative factor(binqi). We are guided in this with the help of the teacher, Andy Henry, who has more than 25 years teaching experience in this field. The exercises use postural work, breathing techniques, mental focus and sometime sound and spontaneous movements. For more information see below.

Taijiwuxigong

Taijiwuxigong is a form of Qigong developed by the late Dr Shen Hongxun (Taiji Grandmaster, Buddhist Lama and Daoist Lineage holder), as a method for self-healing and self-development. It uses variety of standing, moving and sitting exercises, which help let go of tensions, and activate and develop your energy, especially your vital energy (Yuan Qi). These exercises involve mental focus, postural structural work and spontaneous reaction and movement.

During the workshop Andy will help and give guidance on each of these points. For some students the spontaneous movements can be physical, involve sound as well as cathartic emotion release, which can happen naturally as old tensions are released.

Overall the workshop will help you move through eight main stages: starting with the activation of the Lower Dantian (the energy centre four fingers width below the navel), moving on to opening different energy channels (central, front and back and left and right) and progressing onto working with the latent mental functions such as the opening of the third eye

The Teacher:

Andy Henry is a well-established teacher and healer in the Qi Gong field with over 25 years working experience. One of the main influences of his work has been the late Dr. Shen Hongxun, founder of Taijiwuxigong and Buqi healing. Andy maintains a busy teaching and treatment schedule in England, Portugal and Spain.

Details:
Tuesday evening from 7-830pm
Please arrive 15mins early if you coming for the first time, so you can a quick chat with Andy.

Venue: St Saviours Church, Eton Road, London, NW3 4SQ
Map: https://www.google.com/maps?q=st+saviours+church+eton+road&safe=active&ssui=on&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjCv9_967vjAhX4ThUIHcpGCVEQ_AUIESgB
Cost: £20
Travel: nearest tube is Chalk Farm

Registration details:
Please email [masked] if you would like to attend the class

Past events (3)

Self Healing Qi Gong Workshop: Saturday 22nd Feb, 2020

St Saviour's Church, South Hampstead

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