Flow Like Water: 8 Cycles Qigong Movement

 World-renowned Qigong Master and healer, Robert Peng will teach you how to use gentle exercises to remove blocks that are holding you back from rediscovering your youthful self!

About Robert

Robert Peng, a world-renowned Qigong Master and healer, was born and raised in Hunan, China. At age eight, he began an intensive apprenticeship under the close guidance of the legendary monk Xiao Yao, an enlightened master known for his profound healing ability and martial arts skill. At age 15, Robert endured a 100-day water fast in a small dark room at a secluded monastery in the remote mountains of Hunan province, which initiated a radical spiritual transformation and awakened amazing healing powers.

After pursuing his training quietly while attending university in Changsha, he began to teach publicly at 29, and within five years had trained over 150,000 students all over China, Australia, and the U.S.

With his deep understanding and practice of Qigong, and with extensive life and teaching experience in the Western world, Robert has developed a unique way to teach Qigong that people from different cultures can easily understand and follow while enjoying the real essence of this ancient Chinese healing art of wisdom, love, and vitality.

Robert is the author of The Master Key: Qigong Secrets for Vitality, Love, and Wisdom, and the DVD/CD companion series, The Master Key. He has been a regular presenter at the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Esalen Institute, Integrative Health Symposium, and many other organizations and schools.

In 2013, together with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Pema Chödrön, Robert was honored as one of Spirituality & Health magazine's “Top 10 Spiritual Heroes” for his contribution to transform the ancient Chinese healing art of Qigong into one of today’s fastest-growing holistic practices.

Robert resides in New York and teaches Robert Peng Qigong world wide.

Class Description

When water flows freely it is pure and clean like a mountain stream. You can drink this water safely. It is rich in minerals and it tastes delicious. But if you blocked the flow and this same water stagnated, it would become murky and attract disease.

Similarly, when Qi energy flows smoothly through the body our internal organs absorb this radiant force and they feel nourished and satisfied. When our internal organs are happy, we feel great.

But when we experience chronic stress the body tightens and blockages form. These obstructions reduce the amount of Qi flow. The fresh mountain stream becomes a series of stagnant ponds of murky Qi. The internal organs are deprived of vitality and they weaken. Symptoms appear and eventually diseases form.

The Qigong exercise taught in this workshop, 8 Cycles uses gentle movement to chip away at the blockages and reinvigorate the flow of Qi energy. As the obstructions disappear symptoms go away and youthful vitality is regained.

Cycle 1: Stroking the Waterfall at Sunrise
Use Yin palm and Yang palm to collect earth and heaven qi and then to use the mixed universal qi to activate and empower our 3 dantians.

Cycle 2: Opening the Heart and Embracing the Day
Opening your hands’ and arms’ yin and yang meridians... to feel the pulse of your Qi and place yourself in the cradle of the universal loving Qi

Cycle 3: Dancing With the Universe
Regulate your central meridian to make you the center of the universe

Cycle 4: Turning the Wheel of Heaven
Open your heart and kidneys, move the big joints of your body, and cultivate energy for longevity

Cycle 5: Stirring 5 Elements
Massage the 5 elements of your body with Qi to activate your potential healing power and clear emotional and physical blockages

Cycle 6: Playing the Tai Chi Ball
This cycle allows your body, mind, and spirit to drift in a harmonious way, helping you feel nurtured and integrated with universal energy

Cycle 7: Rising Mist and Flowing Water
This cycles works on your Sanjiao (Triple Energizer), the fascia that connects every part of ourselves so we all act in one organic piece

Cycle 8: Touching Heaven and Earth
This cycle balances the yin-yang of your own body and extensively balance the yin-yang with heaven and earth

Class Details

Date: Thursday, September 8, 2022
Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Cost: $79 (does not include meals)

Registration: Coming soon

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