K18013: RETURN OF SPRING – QI GONG The Practices of Hui Chun Gong - (Daoist Qi Gong for a long life)01.02.2018 - 04.02.2018
Course 3I with Thay Phap An and Sister Song Nghiem
Hui Chun Gong is a Chinese type of movement- and breath-therapy, a part of Qi Gong. These practices enhance the flow of energy and increase our metabolism in the body, they can contribute greatly to our general well-being. If we practice on a regular basis our endocrine system as well as blood circulation will benefit, the immune system and metabolic processes will also be positively influenced. The practices will have a supportive effect in states of chronic weakness, menopause symptoms, pain in the musculoskeletal system and chronic diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid problems, intended weight loss and weakness of the nervous system.
Language: English and German
Sister Song Nghiem
Sister Song Nghiem, Adorment with Parallel, was born in Vietnam. She received her PHD in chemistry from Darmstadt Technical University. She subsequently worked as a chemist in research and in industry. In 2003 Thay appointed her as a lay Dharma Teacher and a year later she was ordained as a nun by Thay. In 2012 she once again received the Dharma teacher lamp, this time as a nun. Her special inter...
Thay Phap An
Bhikshu Thích Chân Pháp Ấn is one of the elder disciples of Zen Master Thích Nhất Hạnh.
He received a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Chemical Engineering from the University of Texas in Austin in 1985. At the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), he received a Master of Science (MS) in Chemical Engineering in 1988 and a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics in 1990. He was a Re...
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