BE Energy Center will be hosting Psychic Medium, Julie Loewenstine
Saturday, July 28th and Sunday, July 29th
Join us for a spiritual journey with our guest Psychic Medium,
SAVE up to 20% audience attended readings and private sessions at this special event.
(ESPECIALLY if you are interested in a private session as THEY WILL SELL OUT!)
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Host: Maryna Allan
Be Energy Center
Eden Energy Medicine 101 ~ 6 Hour Workshop
(Earn 6 CE Credits)
Sunday, August 12th 10:00am to 5:30 pm, $170
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email to Register: info@WhiteFeatherWellness.com
About the Teacher:
Maryna Allan- EEM-CP, holds an MFA in Dance and has extensive training (over 12 years) in Qigong from the Medical Qigong Teacher Training Base in Beidaihe, and Hexianju Qigong Center in China. In 2010 she founded the Be The Change Energy Center in Los Angeles and also offers Qigong and EEM Private Sessions at the IOP program at The Missing Peace Center for Anxiety and at her offices in Woodland Hills and Encino. Maryna began her training in Hawaiian Spiritual Healing, La’au Kahea and Ho’oponopono with Hawaiian Kahuna Lanakila Brandt and Dr. Hew Len in 1995.
She has taught Internationally in 5 countries and is featured on The Sacred Science Energy Healing Series. She takes students to China for Qigong Study Retreats and is planning to bring a group to the tropical Island of Hainan October 27-November 10, 2018. Maryna healed herself of an auto-immune illness using natural healing methods, and is passionate about teaching others how to heal themselves and improve the quality of their health and life.
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Beginning Tai Chi Qigong Movements with Energy Exercises
Fee: $88 for 5 classes or $22 drop-in
(see description below)
Can start anytime. easy to follow along. Fee is $22 per class or 5 Classes for $88
Text or Call 818-854-2211 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
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Ma Ha 9
A new Spiritual Movement & Energy Practice
Ma-Ha 9 Is an 18 minute comprehensive practice with 9 specific exercises that combines ancient Qigong movements, methods & healing sounds for the organs with Eden Energy Medicine Exercises (EEM).
Learn how to release stress, negative emotions & toxic energy. Balance the mind and body while cultivating inner peace and gratitude. This prayerful practice will connect you to Universal and Earth energies as it raises your vibration and promotes heart/brain resonance.
‘Additional benefits of Qigong & specific Eden Energy Medicine Exercises in Ma-Ha 9:
~ Boosts the Immune System & Metabolism
~ Regulates Blood Pressure
~ Reduces Joint Pain/Arthritis
~ Calms the Nervous System
~ Improves Brain Function/Memory
~ Improves Sleep & Balances Hormones
~ Calms the Fight/Flight Response / Helps with Allergies
~ Makes you more resilient and strong to Stress and EMF’s
The movement names are:
1. Cool the Fire
2. Move the Flows
3. Ground and Release
4. Build the Aura
5. Balance the Brain
6. Lower the Pressure
7. Let it Go!
8. Calm the Alarm
9. Zip Up and Chill Out
Private Qigong Healing with Master Yulan from China
Offered will be Medical Intuitive readings and Qigong Healing treatments from Qigong Master ‘Dong Yulan’ from China.
Arranged by Maryna Allan, introducing ‘Yulan’ from China via Zoom. Yulan is a highly-acclaimed and powerful Qigong Healer, having learned and taught Zhineng Qigong since 1989 in China, Europe and New Zealand.
She is legendary at the Huaxia Qigong Center (largest medicine-less hospital in the world) for her special abilities as a medical intuitive who can look into the body and also see core emotional or psychological issues related to that persons condition.
Shortly after learning Qigong, Yulan lost the desire and need for food, namely relying on only Universal energy (or Qi) to sustain her. This enhanced her healing abilities over the past 25 years.
Many people have benefited from her special gifts which are especially effective for those with pain, tumor growth, hearing loss, digestive issues, arthritis, heart disease, broken bones, impotence/low libido, addictions, depression, lack of energy and other conditions.
Maryna led Qigong Healing Workshops with Yulan in Malaysia via Skype in 2012 and in Los Angeles in 2017, as well as on-going healing sessions with individuals. Can be done remotely with or without Zoom.
Contact Maryna at 818-854-2211 or email: info@WhiteFeatherWellness.com
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What you will experience at this Healing Workshop:
- An individual medical intuitive reading with Master Yulan to learn the ‘root’ cause of your condition (generally the dominant emotions or patterns of behavior)
- Daily individual Qigong Healing
- The power of the “Qi-Field” created by Master Yulan
- La-Qi sitting meditative practice
- “Lift Qi Up Pour Qi Down” – a simple and gentle slow Qigong movement practice
More information about Yulan and Zhineng Qigong:
Dr. Pang, MD and Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor, created Zhineng Qigong in 1979. Yulan started learning Qigong in 1989. A year later she lost her desire to eat and came to Dr. Pang for healing so she could eat again. Instead he encouraged her to keep going without food. After one complete year of living without any food whatsoever, He created a special group for people with unique ‘special abilities’ like Yulan’s to do experiments and further increase the abilities of the mind.
Soon after, Yulan developed the ability to see into the body and accurately diagnose or confirm the condition. One method used in Qigong Healing is to ‘send Qi’ to a small glass of water and have the ill person drink this water or wash themselves with it (if the issue is external like burns, abrasions, boils or skin issues). This is the kind of healing method Yulan practiced and finds especially effective.
In addition to being effective at this healing method, Yulan has also taught people Zhineng Qigong so they can become their own healer. Ideally people can heal themselves and also be able to prevent illness by cultivating high levels of Qi or ‘energy’ to nourish their organs, bodily systems, cells, blood and original Qi.
In addition, Zhineng Qigong is easy and simple to learn and do and is practiced world-wide by millions of people. It is comprised of various methods including sitting meditations, standing postures and a graceful moving meditation called “Lift Qi Up Pour Qi Down”. All serve to cultivate Universal Qi and direct it into the body and it’s major energy centers (Dantians) for improved flow of energy through the body’s energy transportation system (Meridians) to the organs, systems, tissues, bones and cells. Virtually all aspects of the body, mind and being are improved through the enhanced and abundanct flow of Qi.
Moreover, Zhineng Qigong literally translates to Wisdom (Zhi) Abilities (Neng) and serves to open and activate the brain centers for increased self-awareness, connection to the Universe, intuitive abilities, inner peace, optimism and trust in the process of life.
More on Zhineng Qigong and Dr. Pang
The origins of qigong go back thousands of years with many styles and forms emerging and developing over time. Some qigong forms focus on physical health while others more on spiritual development.
In 1979 an important new qigong was created by Dr. Pang He Ming. This new form was called Zhineng Qigong, meaning wisdom, a particular practice for developing wisdom and abilities but most people have been attracted to it for its profound health benefits. In 1997 the China State Sport General Administration published a book on 21 different styles of qigong and rated Zhineng Qigong as most effective ; and again in 1998 the same organization evaluated qigong styles rating Zhineng Qigong as an extremely effective practice for improving health .
The founder Dr. Pang He Ming was a physician of both western and Chinese medicine. He studied qigong with nineteen different Kongfu Grandmasters and developed Zhineng Qigong as a result of his search for the most powerful way to help patients heal. He founded the HuaXia Qigong Center in 1988, the largest medicineless hospital that worked with over 300,000 patients with a 95% effective rate during the ten years it was open. Dr. Pang has written many books on Zhineng Qigong and also introduced the Hun Yuan Qi theories to heal patients and the use of a qifield to teach qigong in order to help patients more effectively.
Zhineng Qigong could be described as a form of moving meditation that engages our awareness of the body, mind and qifield. It involves both moving and still practices that work on the whole body and organs as well as the mind/spirit (shen). The benefits of cultivation far exceed our ideas of health and well being effecting all aspects of our life.
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Learn a powerful method for Self-Healing and Self-Awareness in just one – two – or three week Intensives!
Begin Again with a Healthier, Younger and more Joyous You!
‘Zhineng Qigong’ is an ideal way to initiate new habits of positive thinking and a focus on perfect health and inner peace.
Learn 4 simple daily practices: ‘Lift Qi Up Pour Qi Down’ – Moving Meditation Practice, ‘La-Qi’ (open close) sitting practice, ‘Eight Phrases’ Mantra and ‘ Three Centers Merge’ Standing Practice.
Zhineng translates to “Wisdom Abilities” and it is the most widely practiced style of Qigong in China and world-wide. Created by Dr. Pang, MD and TCM in the late 80’s and brought to the US by Luke Chan and Mingtong Gu, these simple methods promote self-healing and self-awareness. Read more
Teacher Maryna Allan is a certified teacher in Zhineng Qigong and has been training at the Hexianju Qigong Center in China since 2007. She is turning from a month-long retreat on tropical Hainan Island where she will be taking a group March 23, 2017 for a 2 week Qigong Retreat. Cost is only $1600 for everything except ticket to China. This is an introductory First Retreat Special Price.
More details to come but you can see the Qigong Center and learn more about the China Center Zhineng Qigong at these Facebook pages: Hexianju Qigong and Bai Yuchan