Get to know Qigong

Wednesday 22 May 2019

Come and learn traditional Qigong which is an ancient Chinese exercise and healing technique at Bargoonga Nganjin in the Bagung Magali/Waa-Community Room from 5.15pm to 9.30pm on Wednesday 22 May. 

The free session will be hosted by the Dao Yuan School for Qigong, which Qigong Grand Master Guo Bingsen and his student Edith Guba founded in Germany together. The aim of the school was and is the dissemination of traditional Chinese Qigong methods at a level that can maintain their traditional quality.

Their goal was to enable interested people to learn traditional Chinese Qigong from the basics to the more advanced levels in a clearly structured training program.

From the very beginning Nei Jing Gong and Fan Teng Gong were at the centre of the teachings: the latter for the care of one's own life force, and Nei Jing Gong as the energetic centre of the entire training. Nei Jing Gong has three stages and can lead to the mastery in Qigong. These two systems are complemented by a large number of high-quality exercises.

You will learn three Qigong techniques:

  • Fan Teng Gong (5.15pm to 6.15pm): practiced standing up and consists of a total of 14 exercises, as well as a sitting meditation exercise with a special hand position.
  • Energy field (6.30pm to 7.30pm): participants do not perform their own exercises, but let the qi built up in the room and experience it for yourself. The energy is always unique. 
  • Thermography (7.45pm to 8.45pm): See and feel the emitted qi. Learn about temperature changes in the body, as they can occur through practice of Qigong and through emitted Qi, followed by a round of perception. You can also try it out.

Traditional Chinese Qigong is profound and not always easy to understand. Nevertheless, modern Western people can also benefit from its advantages. In order to preserve the 'hidden qualities' of the Nei Jing Gong, for example, the teaching authorisation for this Qigong brought to the West by Master Guo Bingsen is given only by himself and by his Master exclusively for teaching within the framework of the Dao Yuan School of Qigong.

Book your free spot to attend. 

For more information, you can contact Edith by emailing e.guba@qigong-daoyuan.net or visit her website.

 

Location & Contacts

General Enquiries

Bargoonga Nganjin, North Fitzroy Library

Date and time:
5.15pm - 8.45pm
Wednesday 22 May 2019


Address:
Bargoonga Nganjin, Bagung Magali/Waa-Community Room 182 St Georges Road, North Fitzroy VIC 3068