Taoist Master Li Hechun – 2021 Two-week Workshop (03/01/2021 – 16/01/2021)
Abbot of the ZhiZhen Temple, Chengdu, China
48 movements form Tai-Chi and Phoenix Mountain Longevity QiGong
Master Li Hechun is 16th generation Dragon Gate lineage, Longmen QuanZhen Taoist branch, and the Abbot of the ZhiZhen temple of Phoenix Mountain.
Over two weeks this workshop covers the 48 movements form of Tai-chi, as well as a deeper understanding of QiGong exercises associated with the lineage. The 48 movements form includes the most essential movements of four different traditional styles of Yang, Wu, Sun and Zhaobau Tai-chi. Learning these movements in four directions develops coordination and cohesion of both sides of the brain. This workshop is suitable for beginner or more advanced practitioners and will focus on the internal practices and inner feeling being generated in the movements.
Phoenix Mountain QiGong focuses on developing interconnectedness of mind and body through the cultivation of Qi through dynamic movement. These practices will also help you to better understand the meridian and fascia systems in the body as well as the healing benefits of the ancient practices. The workshop will also incorporate readings and group discussion of Taoist scriptures from LaoZi, ZhaungZi, and Huangdi. Limited places are available for this event so early booking is advised.
Tuition fee is 42,000 THB (approx. 1,392 USD)
Early Bird Booking 36,000 THB (approx. 1,190 USD) booking before August 31, 2020
This price includes tuition and Tao Garden entry. Meals, accommodation and use of Tao Garden facilities are not included in this price.
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Morning Chi Practices: Master Li will be teaching QiGong practices each morning which serve as traditional warm-ups for the Tai-Chi Practice. This incorporates dynamic QiGong, walking meditation and animal styles. These practices calm the heart, relax the body, balance the five elements and natural forces, and open the Qi channels (meridians) to harmonise body and mind.
Private sessions: Master Li can also facilitate private sessions by appointment on simple Chi practices, various Tai-chi styles, standing or walking meditation, or other Taoist arts upon request.