Learn how to practice “Swimming Dragon QiGong” - an elegantly designed Taoist qigong method from Hua Mountain.
As well as nourishing the Qi and opening the body channels it is especially good for the spine and the endocrine and lymphatic systems. With regular practice, it strengthens the kidneys, promotes organ health, nourishes the skin, and regulates weight. The Swimming Dragon method is short and is easy to learn; no prior experience is necessary.
Wear loose, comfortable clothing – including footwear (warm socks or comfortable, flat-soled shoes with plenty of toe-room).
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
Pau Hung is a 20th generation Chen Style Taijiquan and 3rd generation Hunyuan Taijiquan disciple. He taught in Seattle for more than a decade before moving back to Singapore (his home), where he currently teaches. He began his study in these practices in 1993.
Josh Adlin is a 20th generation Chen Style Taijiquan and 3rd generation Hunyuan Taijiquan disciple. He currently teaches TaiJi and Qigong classes at the Meadowbrook Aquatic Center in Mt. Washington.
WED JAN 22 | 6-8PM | $20, $15 MEMBERS (+$3 over the phone, online, or at the door)