Traditional Forms and Applied Principles
Forms are repetitive and choreographed routines and are an essential aspect of Qi Gong practice
Level Two Includes:
- The famous Eight Pieces of Brocade (Ba Duan Jin) Qi Gong form.
- The subtle Balancing Heaven and Earth (Tian Di He Yi Fa) Qi Gong Form.
Your Flexibility practice will evolve with the Deep Healing Flow and your fascia will thank you for the Tendon Changing Flow.
Your Breathwork practice will be transformed with Incremental Breathing, Nei Qiang (Inner Cavity/Egg) Breathing, and Shaolin ‘Underwater’ Breathing
With the skills and experience you have from Level One, you can now begin a thorough exploration of Applied Qi Gong Principles.
Theory and Principles
The History and Benefits of Traditional Forms
Discerning Wu Ji and Tai Ji in Practice
Your Three Dan Tian
Dao Yin and the Four Seasons
Your Three Basins
The Four Levels of Qi Gong Practice
The Life-Changing Yi Jin Jing – Transforming Tendon Process
Dao Yin Practice
Review and Warm-up with Level One content
Freeform Tai Chi
Yi Jin Jing (Transforming Connective Tissue) – Introductory Flow
The Deep Healing Flow – Floor Work
Ba Duan Jin – Eight Pieces of Brocade (introductory and intermediate versions)
Tian Di He Yi Fa – Balancing Heaven and Earth (becoming the stages/seasons of life)
Nei Qiang (Inner Egg) Breathwork
Shaolin ‘Underwater’ Breathwork
Level Two Overview Video
200 Hour Qi Gong Teacher Training Program
Beginning Spring 2021
This course is for those who want to study the Foundations of Qi Gong and are considering becoming Professional Qi Gong instructors.
If you are looking to train for a new career, studying Qi Gong is a process of entering deep states of meditation and instinctual readiness, emotional acceptance, and spiritual reunion. Skills we all need in modern life.