Understanding  Qigong and Chinese Medicine

Would you like to learn more about qigong and it's natural context - Chinese Medicine?
These four workshops will inform your understanding, enrich your experience and improve your practice
Useful techniques and knowledge for all -  professionals, students and beginners
Gordon has been practising and teaching qigong and acupuncture for over 40 years
Most benefit will come from joining us for the whole series, but each day can be taken alone

Sunday 25th September - The Big Picture

Chinese Medicine and Philosophy
  Qi - yin/yang - 5 elements - energy pathways and the organs - nourishing the body

Basic principles of Qigong
  Breath - efficient movement - minimum effort - conserving energy - sensing energy
  Internal and External Qigong
  Basic Standing - Zhan Zhuang


● Practical techniques for your daily use

  Some movements from the Emei Form

  A Daoist method to meditate without effort

  Effective ways to build and recover your energy


Bells Yew Green Village Hall TN3 9BJ  from 10am to 4pm

£60 per workshop
£50 each for all four days when booked together


Please fill in a booking form or contact me for more details.

Booking for Session 1 closes on 1st September - don’t miss out!

Coming later:

Sunday 27th November 2022
Working with Qi

•    Qi in nature - climate, body, food, personality
•    Qi in daily life - protection, enhancing your work, focusing your energy, extending the senses, using your intention
•    Nurturing your own qi - generating, regulating and preserving using Qigong, diet and lifestyle .  Shen, Qi and Jing - The Three Treasures explained
•    Channels - the pathways of Qi - latest research on what they are and how they function, stimulating channel pathways in Qigong

Sunday 26th March 2023
Yin Yang - The Dynamic Flux  

•    Yin/Yang in nature - from Cosmic Cycles to the effects of foods
•    Yin/Yang in the body - natural rhythms, balancing the opposites, regulating the emotions
•   Yin and Yang forms of Qigong - from meditation to Iron Shirt

Sunday 18th June 2023
Bringing it All Together - The Holistic Approach

•    Making Qigong your own - matching your specific needs
•    Why diets don’t work, but eating well can.  How soft exercise brings results
•    The Daoist approach - effortless action.  “Picking the low growing fruit”
•    Joining the dots - reviewing all we have covered, seeing the connections and answering your questions
All sessions will include the Emei Form - 8 movements to harmonize the channels and the internal organs