7:00 – 9:00pm Oct 01, 2018 Five Elements Qigong with Professor Tianjun Liu
The emergence of the discipline of Qigongology is the result of experimental and clinical data from modern medicine and clinical research combined into a 20 year study and careful analysis of the theories and methods of Qigong. In this workshop-retreat, Professor Tianjun Liu, director of the Qigong Research Laboratory at Beijing University of TCM, will explore the fascinating findings of this research study which include specific recommendations (outlined in his work Chinese Medical Qigong) on the use of Qigong Form and Qigong Therapy in the treatment of a vast range of medical conditions. Practical methods, skills, disease-related clinical applications, age reversal, and “Classical Qigong Lite” will be discussed. With a focus on ailments more common to the West, Dr. Lui will present the latest groundbreaking discoveries on the use of Medical Qigong for treating psychological as well as physiological disorders.
Dr. Tianjun Liu is professor and the Director of the Qigong Research Laboratory, at the Beijing University of TCM, where he has taught Qigong for more than 20 years. He is Secretary General of The National Qigong Education and Study Association, as well as the first government-sanctioned Academic Mentor for Ph.D. candidates in the field of Medical Qigong in China. He is Editor in Chief of Chinese Medical Qigong (Zhong Yi Qigong Xue), the official Medical Qigong text used in China’s TCM schools and universities.
Our menus are based on group preferences and budget. We offer delicious, balanced vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals which typically include raw salads and hot vegetable dishes. Upon request, we will gladly prepare unseasoned blanched or steamed dishes for lunch and dinner. We easily accommodate gluten/dairy free needs, and many of our seasonings and oils are provided on the side for guests to season meals to taste. Several rooms have refrigerators, so guests are welcome to bring food that suit their needs if they have issues we cannot accommodate. Please note that we are unable to reduce meal costs due to food allergies.
A $50 non-refundable deposit is taken at the time registration occurs.
The full balance is collected 7 days prior to arrival.
Other than the deposit, no fees are incurred if cancelled up to 7 days after reservation date.
50% of the total cost is retained if cancelled less than 4 days prior to event.
The $50 deposit given at registration is non-refundable.
“Chinese Medical Qigong is the definitive work on this ancient medical system for the
English-speaking world. It is an important addition to our understanding of the
contribution of Chinese culture, tradition and science to the world of healing.” Larry
Dossey, MD, author of Healing Words and The Power of Premonitions.