Join Master Teacher Daisy Lee for this workshop in Wuji Hundun Qigong!
Passed down to Daisy by her 107-year old teacher, Master Duan Zhi Liang whose ancestors were healers and bodyguards to the royal family, this Qigong improves strength and flexibility by unlocking joints and releasing stress and tension from the shoulders, spine, hips and knees so that Qi can flow smoothly throughout the body. Wuji Hundun Qigong is especially helpful for modern-day computer users and those who sit too much. Practitioners have reported improvements to eyesight, carpel tunnel syndrome, digestion and sleep, amongst other health benefits.
$125 for early registration ($150 after June 30). A Discount of $235 is offered for those wishing to take both Saturday & Sunday workshops ($260 after June 30).
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Daisy Lee is a respected leader in the Qigong world. She lectures and conducts workshops and instructor trainings internationally, with a specialty in women's health. Her signature program, Radiant Lotus Women's Qigong, is now taught by female instructors in 13 countries. The accompanying DVD series, "Beginner Qigong for Women' became a bestseller on Amazon within the first month of release. Daisy also teaches co-ed programs, including instructor certifications in 'Qigong for Cleansing' (Zhang Fu Gong) and ancient systems such as Wuji Hundun Qigong and Five Animal Qigong . She is the 59th generation lineage holder of Hua Tuo's original 5 Animal Frolics from Bo Zhou, China, a classic amongst Qigong systems.
Johns Hopkins, Mount Sinai and Women's College are a few of the hospitals that have invited Daisy to teach at their facilities, bringing Qigong to patients and medical staff alike. A popular speaker at Qigong and TCM conferences, she has taught at the NQA (was their keynote in 2013), the Immortal Sisters Conference, the Health, Beauty and Longevity Conference in Beijing, and others.
Daisy continues to inspire and empower people from all walks of life to take greater responsibility for their own health and well-being. Her students and private clients include war veterans, Olympic athletes, NASA engineers, the Deaf community and youth. She is the consummate "Wandering Taoist", traveling around the world to share Qigong teachings. For more information about Daisy's work, visit www.RadiantLotusQigong.com.