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Da Yan Wild Goose Qiqong

Learn an ancient gentle health practice, similar to Tai Chi, focused on moving your body with minimal physical or mental tension, creating relaxation, tranquility and health.

Da Yan translates to Great Bird and is an ancient Qigong practice originating from the Kunlun School of Daoism. Learn to mimic the movements of the Wild Goose, a bird revered in China as gently strengthening body and mind for a long migratory flight over the Himalayas.

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  • Adults: $231.00
  • Under 18: $231.00

Prices include GST

Details

Age 18+
Skill Level Everyone
Time slot Mornings only
Status Available.
Location Bellingen Public School

More about the course

Learn the Rainy-Day Practice, a shortened form consisting of 26 movements, while keeping all the basic principles and essence of Qi health cultivation. These gentle movements bring together the observation of the laws of nature, thousands of years of Chinese Medicine, a continual linage of practice over many centuries, and a reputation for improving health and longevity.

Monday: Introduction, getting to know each other, Qigong warm up exercises, the first 11 movements, Meditation.

Tuesday: Qigong warm up exercises, the first 11 movements, the second set movements 12 to 21, Meditation.

Wednesday: Qigong warm up exercises, the complete set of movements of the Rainy Day practice, Meditation.

Thursday: Qigong warm up exercises, the complete set of movements of the Rainy Day practice, Repeating in four directions, Meditation. Demonstration display for general public

Friday:  Qigong warm up exercises, the whole Da Yan Wild Goose Qigong Rainy Day sequence, Integrating intention into the movements. Meditation. 

Please contact Matt on acupuncturematt@icloud.com for more info or if you have any questions.

 


Tutor

Matthew Sincock

Matthew Sincock

Matt loves to help people create the space to discover their own self-healing and a real joy for life. He draws on his training and practice in Zen Shiatsu, Acupuncture, Okido Yoga, Qigong, Shotokan Karate, Remedial Massage, Mindfulness, Japanese Psychology, Creative Writing, and his Deep Wilderness Experiences. He lives in Bellingen, with a successful therapeutic practice, and teaches Yoga, Qigong, and First Aid.


Course Requirements

There are no requirements for this course.


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