One of Daisy's key teachers in China, Master Wan Su Jian, is head of the Beijing Red Cross Medical Exchange Center, and passed on these Qigong short forms to Daisy that will be taught on Friday evening. Swimming Dragon is a relaxing warm-up exercise to clear the energy around the abdomen. It helps to alleviate digestive concerns when the body is under stress, as well as mid-section discomforts. Dragon Pearl is a movement that opens up the shoulders and torso while establishing strength in the legs and lower body. It is a favorite amongst practitioners and can be used to augment cancer treatment because of the increased oxygen flow in the body. Master Wan's Flying Phoenix cultivates the reconnection of our body's field with that of the earth and sky. Graceful and empowering, this movement supports core and spinal health, while improving the strength of the arms. Daisy will close the session with the Shaolin Massage that is often used at the end of a practice.
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Daisy Lee is a respected leader in the Qigong world with more than 20 years of teaching experience. She is certified as a Level III Advanced Qigong Instructor and Clinical Practitioner by the National Qigong Association of America, as well as being a past board member of the International Qigong Science Association in Beijing. She lectures and conducts workshops and instructor trainings internationally, with a specialty in women’s health. Her signature program, Radiant Lotus Qigong, is now taught in 13 countries. Her accompanying DVD series, Beginner Qigong for Women 1 & 2, and Qigong for Women became bestsellers within the first month of their release.
Daisy also teaches co-ed programs, including instructor certifications in Radiant Lotus Zang Fu Gong, an organ-energizing and balancing practice. She continues to train students in ancient systems such as Wuji Hundun Qigong and Five Animal Qigong and is the 59th-generation lineage holder of Hua Tuo’s original Five Animal Frolics from Bo Zhou, China, a classic among Qigong systems.
Johns Hopkins, Mount Sinai, and Women’s College are a few of the hospitals that have invited Daisy to lead programs at their facilities, bringing Qigong to patients and medical staff alike. Her practices have been shared at women’s health clinics, all-girls high schools, seniors homes, and assisted living centers. At the same time, her students include Olympic athletes, martial artists, and all those who desire practical, transformative self-care. She has become a popular presenter in numerous summits, including Inspiring Women With Soul, Energy Medicine & Healing, Winter of Wellness, Qigong Global Summit and others.
Daisy continues to teach worldwide, with teacher certifications and workshops throughout North America, Europe, Australia, China, Japan, and Central America. She is excited to announce the opening of the Radiant Lotus Retreat Center in Isabela, Puerto Rico, in Spring of 2020.
For more information about Daisy's work, visit www.RadiantLotusQigong.com.