- ABOUT US
|Eva Wong is back!|
|Qigong Level 3||Qigong Level 4|
|Sat / Sun, April 2 & 3, 2016||Mon / Tues, April 4 & 5, 2016|
|Oliver Woods Community Ctre. 6000 Oliver Rd. , Nanaimo.||Bradley Centre,
975 Shearme Road, Coombs.
|Also Offered by Eva Wong:|
|Introduction to Daoist Meditation|
|Friday. April 1, 2016, 7:00 to 9:00 PM. St. Philip by the Sea,
7113 Lantzville Rd., Lantzville, BC.
|The Daoist Meditation session is open to all; no experience in Qigong or Tai Chi is required.|
Please Note: In order to attend Qigong, Levels 3 and 4, all previous levels and segments thereof, must have been completed and documented.
Participants must attend all the sessions (including the evening session) or they will not fulfill the requirement for the next level.
No late arrivals and early departures except for special permission. Incomplete attendance will not fulfill requirement for the next level.
MARCH 2016 QIGONG WORKSHOP REGISTRATION
After you have decided which workshop or combination of workshops you wish to attend, please follow the registration procedures below.
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
|STEP 1.||Pre-register online. REGISTRATION IS CLOSED|
|STEP 2.||Download your registration form, print and complete it.|
|STEP 3.||For the registration to be considered completed, fees must be received by Friday, March 4, 2016.|
About introduction to Daoist Meditation:
Eva will explain the health benefits of meditation and lead a practice meditation on chairs, using some Qigong exercises to facilitate the sitting.
Those who do not wish to sit on chairs or directly on the floor may bring blankets or Yoga mats.
About Qigong Level 3:
In level 3 students will learn Hua Tu’s Five Animal Forms - the tiger
form for tendon-strengthening, the bear for bone strengthening, the
deer for preserving generative energy, the monkey for enhancing
agility, and the bird for improving sense of balance. In addition,
students will learn four more postures of Yiquan Standing Qigong
as well as begin to receive instruction in the Immortals’ Guide to
Self-Massage and Breath Regulation and the
Red Phoenix Calisthenics.
Prerequisite: Levels 1 & 2
About Qigong Level 4:
The Daoist Path of the Dual Cultivation of Body and Mind - The Union of Xiantianwujimen, Yiquan, and Wudang Shan Lineages Begin. Wudang Five Animals Form Continue with Immortal's Guide to Self-Massage and Breath Regulation. Continue with Red Phoenix Calisthenics Complete Yiquan Zhangzhuan
Prerequisite: Level 3
About Eva Wong:
Eva Wong is a 19th generation lineage carrier of the Primordial Limitless Gate School of Daoism. The student of Sun Di, she is also a 3rd generation lineage descendant of Wang Xiangzhai. She is an independent scholar who has written and translated many books on Daoism and related topics, including Nourishing The Essence of Life: The Outer, Inner, and Secret Teachings of Taoism and A Master Course in Feng Shui (both from Shambhala Publications). She has designed a comprehensive program involving nine levels of qigong training that she started teaching in Ottawa in 2008.
|Grand Hotel Nanaimo||$$$$$||very close to Oliver Woods Community Centre, the venue for Level 3|
|Inn on Long Lake||$$$$$||also very close to O.W.; lovely location on a lake|
|Best Western Northgate Inn||$$$$$||still very close to O.W., near north end of Nanaimo; highly rated, but located next to busy highway|
|Ramada Inn Nanaimo||$$$$||an extra 10 min. drive; fairly new; next to highway|
|Travelodge Nanaimo||$$$$||close to Ramada; well-rated|
|Budget accomodations below all appear clean and good for a sleep-over. The first five are located within 4-block stretch along busy Terminal Avenue (close to the Ramada Inn and the Travelodge); an extra 10 min. drive to Qi Gong venue.|
|Departure Bay Motel||$||very clean, only about 5 min. extra drive; also next to busy hwy|