Retreats

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Zhineng Qigong Retreat on Hainan Island, China

March 21- April 3, 2017  ~ Any 10 Days during this time period… Only $1200

A longer stay with other dates is possible. Please email info@whitefeatherretreat.org for more information

 

Take time to hit the ‘Reset’ button… Qigong is a powerful practice to restore energy, balance and calm to your mind, body, & nervous system.

Revitalize your health, increase self-awareness and learn a self-healing practice to keep you strong and resilient to stress. Make 2017 the best year ever for self-empowerment and creativity!

Includes: 10 nights at the newly constructed Qigong Center, 3 daily healthy organic Chinese meals plus snacks, coffee & tea, All Qigong instruction, lectures and practice, guided walks, boat and bicycle tours of Yelin Bay and surrounding beaches and coconut forest villages, Visit to Wenchang City for shopping, Foot Massage and visit to Confucius Temple. All transportation on Hainan Island and airport*.  Assistance with Chinese Visa, information & guidance before and during the retreat, follow-up support following retreat.
*International airfare separate, but affordable group prices available.

 

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Special Introductory Price for this Retreat: $1200

All Inclusive except airfare to China

Round trip Fares on Kayak currently less than $600

 

To see more pictures on Facebook: www.facebook.com/hexianjuqigongcenter

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For more information call Maryna Allan 818-854-2211 or email info@WhiteFeatherRetreat.org

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Zhineng Qigong methods you will learn and practice:

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    Sunrise view over the lake

    Lift Qi Up Pour Qi Down (Level I) gentle moving meditation

  • La Qi (sitting practice – open/close)

  • Sound Healing Meditation
    for 3rd Eye opening 
  • Three Centers Merge
    (standing practice)
  • Optional: Kwan Yin Qigong and Energy Medicine Exercises with Maryna Allan after dinner
  • Note: All classes are optional. You can attend as much or little as you like

 

 

 

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Daily Schedule:

7:00-8:00 am Practice on your own in the practice room or on the roof

8:00 am  Breakfast

9:30-12noon  Class (lectures, La-Qi, 8 Phrases, Lift Qi Up Pour Qi Down)

12:00: Lunch

12:30-3:00 Free time (rest, nap, bicycle, beach, explore)

 

3:00-6:00 – Class (lectures, La-Qi and ‘Eng” Meditations, Standing Practice, ExperimentsIMG_0776

6:00 Dinner

7:00 Kwan Yin Qigong Dance

7:30-8:30 Three Centers Merge 

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More about Zhineng Qigong and Founder 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.

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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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