World Qigong Taichi Day 2022 Weekend Retreat

Apr 29, 2022 - May 01, 2022

Celebrate with us on

Friday April 29, 2022,  4 pm – 10 pm.

Saturday April 30, 2022,  9 am – 9 pm.

Sunday May 01, 2022,  8 am – 3 pm. 

World Qigong Taichi Day is a multiple day of FREE presentations, demonstrations and mini-classes offered by nationally recognized leaders of Taichi, Qigong, Chinese Medicine and Eastern philosophy. Bring your friends & family and dive into the wisdom of ancient Eastern healing traditions. With knowledgeable teachers, discuss and experience practical, modern applications of these healing practices.


Arrival day, check in is at 4:00pm.

Friday Presentations:


  • 4:00 -6:00pm Sound Healing with Tibetan Bowl and Krystal Bowl with Jay Emmanuel
  •  7:30 – 9:00 pm 

Dialogue Between Liu Feng and Master Douglas Lee Higher Dimension Cultivation Using Path to the Heart

Grandmaster Lee Moy Shan (Douglas Lee) is the creator of Sum Faat – the Path to the Heart philosophy. The system utilizes the non-violent aspects of Ving Tsun Kung Fu and other ancient philosophies to solve everyday problems and help individuals live a well balanced life.

Grandmaster Lee is a renowned Sifu (teacher) of Ving Tsun (VT) Kung Fu since the early 1970’s in New York City. He was born in China in 1949 where he began his formal training at the age of 8. Over the past 40 years he has discovered how the 24 VT idioms also known as Kuen Kuit meaning “Words of Wisdom” can be applied in daily personal life and business as well as in martial arts.

In addition to being a Ving Tsun Sifu, he is a healer and acupuncturist, successful entrepreneur and businessman, and philanthropist. He is the founder of the Path to the Heart Foundation ( He is also the 2017 Telly Award recipient for the Production “A Wing Chun Journey to the Heart. The Philosophy of Douglas Lee.” His goal in life is to promote Sum Faat to help people resolve problems, to build positive relationships, and to make the world a better place to live. He believes that the 24 Kuen Kuit are easy to understand and can be applied to resolve most life situations. In this weekend seminar. Grandmaster Lee will share these simple idioms and discuss how you can apply them to make positive changes in your life.

Please click here to view the Bio in Chinese.




  • Morning Practice: 7:00 – 8:00am (tea coffee available), Zhang Zhun (standing post) meditation. One of the most effective Taiji and meditation practice.
  • Breakfast 8:00 – 9:00am


  • 9:00am – 9:10am: Host Opening Introduction


  • 9:10 am – 10:00am

Mr. Liu Feng is an expert in corporation management with seven-year top managerial experience in a Silicon Valley high-tech company (core member of Oplink Co.). He had been through the whole process in the company from start-up initiation, growth and development, to its IPO.
He has also been a high-tech industrial consultant (President GOC, a managerial consultancy company) and lead several high-tech overseas companies to launch their manufacture base in China for more than six years. Mr. Liu Feng has been an architect of corporate culture for many enterprises and helped them adapted to future-oriented culture based on the combination of oriental and western culture.
During the thirty-year contemplate and speech on “General Space-Time Energy”, Mr. Liu Feng has dedicated himself into all kinds of sapience methods and spiritual groups with a totally open mind. With his basic principle of “Seeking the Common and Respect the difference”, Mr. Liu Feng has unscrambled and unpuzzled various mankind wisdom systems with a scientific logic, by which people with different backgrounds are all greatly inspired.

Publication “Open your High-dimensional Wisdom” (Bestseller book in China).

Courses offered at online platforms:
Transition and Sustainable Development;
Building a Wisdom-Happiness Enterprise;
The Scientific Interpretation of the Traditional Chinese Culture
Religion and Science
The Diamond Sutra and Science
The Heart Sutra and Science
The Tao Te Ching(Taoism) and Science, etc.,

Please click here to view the Bio in Chinese.



  • 10:00am – 11:30am

After a mystical experience on a Vipassana meditation retreat undermined his common-sense understanding of reality, Jonathan went on a quest to explore the nature of consciousness. He began with William James’s classic text, The Principles of Psychology. Reading this text, followed by 3 decades of reading other works of James, has been, he said, like falling down Lewis Carroll’s rabbit hole. He is the author of The Illusion of Will, Self, and Time: William James’s Reluctant Guide to Enlightenment (SUNY Press), a Chicago Seminary Co-op Notable Book Award Winner for 2016, and the Editor of the critically acclaimed anthology Sciousness (Eirini Press). His radical reconstructions of James have been published in numerous international journals and magazines. Oliver Sacks has praised his work as “full of interest and originality… the ghost of William James is surely happy to see it.” Eugene Taylor, author of William James on Consciousness Beyond the Margin and the recipient of the APA Lifetime Achievement Award, wrote that “Bricklin advances James on consciousness farther than anyone.” Jonathan is a former Program Director of the New York Open Center.


  • Lunch 12:00 – 1:00 pm
  • Saturday after lunch Key Notes:

1:30pm – 5:30pm:  Each presenter has 10-15 minutes to showcase their main practice, anyone would like longer presentation pls contact Yingxing to arrange into other breakout rooms.


Teresa Yeung is a Generational Master of Chi Gong, visionary, medical intuitive, and 2 X #1 international bestselling award winning author. The mission and motivation of Master Teresa is rooted in a traditional Chinese Proverb, “when you give a person a fish, you feed them once, but if you teach them how to fish, you feel them for a lifetime.” She founded the Pureland International Qi Gong to raise consciousness, and develop knowledge and teachings to accelerate integrative healings of physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual state. She is the sole successor of Grandmaster Weizhao Wu’s lineage. In 1995 Wu obtained the highest official title in China and further appointed as Liasion Man to select Qi Gong talent for China. He was a National Treasure of China and creator of the highly successful Wu’s Eye Qi Gong helped millions of people.

Jay Emmanuel is the author of “The Healing Forces of Harmonic Sounds and Vibrations, the Power of the Mind and the Voice’. As a singer having a powerful melodic range, Jay Emmanuel masterfully blends voice, colors, lights and sounds, and the use of Seven Alchemy Quartz Crystal Bowls and Himalayan Bowls calibrated to specific frequencies in the human body to achieve maximum sound healing.

David Haines is a gifted practitioner and teacher of the art of moving well. He has been practicing Tai Chi and Qigong since 1974, and teaching since 1988. Studying with teachers such as Chungliang Al Huang and Roger Jahnke has allowed David to develop a warm, non-judgmental teaching style that helps people improve their health, increase longevity and realize inner peace. David is also a certified practitioner of the Trager® Approach to Movement and delights in helping individuals discover their unique paths to self-care through relaxed, effortless movement.

Ding Zhang received his B.S. from University of Science & Technology of China, his M.S. from Tsinghua University, and his Ph.D. from University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Appointed in 1997, Dr. Zhang teaches courses in Materials Management, Management Science, Operations Management and Forecasting. He has numerous publications most recently in European Journal of Operational Research, Operations Research and Management, and Computers and Operations Research. Dr. Zhang has also participated in several conferences both nationally and internationally.

Bill Wrenn is a certified Qigong and Tai Chi Teacher. Bill has practiced yoga, meditation and other forms of energy work for over 30 years, and has received training in Qigong and Tai Chi from the Institute of Integral Qigong & Tai Chi.

Scot Vighi a gifted energy medicine healer. He is a Qi-gong and Reiki Master who possesses a unique ability for clearing chronic pain and habitual patterns of
He holds masters degrees in Ericsonian hypnotherapy, USUI Reiki, The National Academy of Sports Medicine, and is the founder of the White Wolf Path: a comprehensive program teaching the five cornerstones of a transformational practice
~Chi~gong breath and movement,
~Ouspenski’s Philosophy of evolution,
~Kundalini Yoga breathing techniques,
~Basic operatic vocal skills,
~The Taoist Foundational practice.

For 29 years, Scot has worked with people from around the world: leading seminars, applying hands-on healing body work, teaching meditation, and coaching advanced physical fitness training sessions.

Master Yun Ping Hu Taichi Fan performance. Trained with Hongqin Yu and the Taiji Prince Sitan Chen, Ms Yunping Hu has learned multiple forms of Tai Chi Chuan, won more than 10 gold medels in Tai Chi Quan competetions in the Northeastern part of US, and coaches Tai Chi Chuan in several places.

Boston Taichi lovers perform Yang Style 16 form Taichi. The team consists of Tai Chi lovers of Boston with experiences ranging from a few months to twenty years. In addition to Ms Hu and Dr. He, Ms Zongzai Tian is 80 years old and a cancer survivor, Mr Rupurt Hon teaches Tai Chi in senior center and is the leader for a Tai Chi group, Guofeng is an expert in Tai Chi theory, Simon is a Tai Chi activist whose performance includes NBA games, Jason is the author of several articles in Tai Chi magazines.

Dr. Deguang He is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist and was a medical doctor in China. Dr. He graduated from Anhui College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He is the first person in China to receive a Master’s Degree in Medical Qigong & Acupuncture. He has eight years of training in both Eastern and Western Medicine and over 28 years of clinical experience in China, Soviet Union, Japan and the United States. He is Assistant Professor, Qigong instructor and clinical supervisor at the New England School of Acupuncture in Newton, Massachusetts. He also practices in wellness center of Salem Hospital in Salem, Massachusetts.

Dr. He specializes in treating pain, cancer, depression and anxiety, overweight by using acupuncture, Qigong and/or herbs. He offers regular classes of Taichi and Qigong as well.


Ken Nelson is dedicated to helping people heal, grow and awaken with mind-body practices and the wisdom traditions. He teaches beginner-friendly Qigong, yoga and meditation at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, and at senior centers in the Berkshires. He offers winter retreats in Florida. Ken is also a regular Qigong teacher at Eastover.

Greg DiLisio has over 30 years of Qigong practice and has taught Qigong lectures at Canyon Ranch Destination Spa Lenox, and Qigong classes for years in Switzerland and Scotland. Greg is also a regular Qigong teacher at Eastover and provides Acupuncture and Massage there as well.

  • Dinner: 6:00 – 7:00pm
  • Saturday Evening 7:30 – 9:30pm



  • Breakfast: 8:00 – 9:00am
  • 9:00 – 10:30am
Dr. Cheng presentation 
Ming Cheng, LAC, is a senior TCM (Traditional Chinese Acupuncture TCM and Acupuncture field. He started his teaching life as a director of the Acupuncture Department in 1980 at Zhejiang University of TCM. After 1991, Xiaoming was invited to teach TCM, Acupuncture, and oriental philosophy at the New England School of Acupuncture. He is also a team member who teaches the Acupuncture course for physicians through the Dept. of Continuing Medical Education at Harvard Medical School.
Xiaoming got his OMD degree after he graduated from the Shanghai University of TCM, and got his Acupuncture license and certification from NCCAOM and COA of Massachusetts. He is a Guest Professor of Shanghai University of TCM and Hua Shan Hospital of Shanghai Medical University. Since 1992, he has had a busy private TCM and acupuncture practice in Brookline, MA.
Xiaoming Cheng has published three significant clinical texts in
Chinese: Acupuncture for Emergencies, Scalp Acupuncture, and Acupuncture Pathology & Point Prescriptions. He has also published his first English book of acupuncture and moxibustion (an acupuncturist desk reference book).
  • 10:30 – 12:00pm

Awakening in the Relationship

Ding Zhang received his B.S. from University of Science & Technology of China, his M.S. from Tsinghua University, and his Ph.D. from University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Appointed in 1997, Dr. Zhang teaches courses in Materials Management, Management Science, Operations Management and Forecasting. He has numerous publications most recently in European Journal of Operational Research, Operations Research and Management, and Computers and Operations Research. Dr. Zhang has also participated in several conferences both nationally and internationally.

As part of his community service, Dr. Zhang is the principal for the CNY Chinese School in Manlius, N.Y. as well as a reviewer for the National Science Foundation, U.S.A. and Research Grants Council, Hong Kong. In 2011, he received a grant by the National Foundation of China and in 2009, he received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Scholarly and Creative Activity.

  • Lunch 12:00 – 1:00 pm


  • 1:00 – 3:00pm – Panel of Mindfulness Modalities, Consciousness and Health  Q and A with Grand Master Douglas Lee, Liu Feng, Dr. Cheng Xiaoming, Ding Zhang Ph.D, Jay Emmanuel 
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World Taichi Qigong Day was very successful! Check out our testimonials:

Big congratulations for the success of your first, real WTCQD at Eastover.  The program was well put together with an interesting and experienced assortment of presenters.  I appreciated the way the presenters were flexible to adapt their talk or demonstration to add something fresh to the program.  They went with the flow as, of course, they would.  The taiji demonstrations right after lunch were well timed to add something light, colorful, musical and well performed.  Most enjoyable.  I’m sure word will spread so that even more people will attend next year.

Wholehearted thanks to the whole community coming together for this very important event; continuing such work will change our economy with less doctor visits. Not only people will be happier, they will be more productive. Nature will benefit, because Qigong, Taichi, and TCM people care, love, and respect nature.

“Ying, thank you so much for hosting such an amazing weekend. I learned and experienced a lot. I look forward to coming back soon for a retreat!
Warm Regards,
Mark from CT”

Dear Ann, It was so wonderful to spent time at the Eastover Estate and met so many wonderful people over the weekend! I had a great two day sleep over there and even when I came back home Last night, I slept from 9 pm to 6:30 am this morning, never had such a good and peaceful sleep. I dreamed many little creatures fly away from my head. And I wake up with a much cleaner head. Doesn’t this mean “放下- letting go“?

Thank You for the marvelous Weekend – I wanted to thank you for your generosity and welcoming as well as for the wonderful Qigong weekend at Eastover.
The opportunity to connect with such great masters was unique and powerful.
I hope that you keep me in mind for any future presentations as I would love to be present in the dynamic flow of wellness services and education at Eastover
My special rapport with Jay Emmanuel is also something for which I am grateful and this weekend helped me to establish a continued relationship with him.

Your warm staff and personal deserves a special mention, they were all very helpful and professional

Thanks again!

Yours Truly


You may download 天人合一 The Harmony of Human and Nature’s word document here.