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Master Li Junfeng

Master Li Junfeng

Sheng Zhen Healing Qigong - Parts 1, 2, & 3

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 14-16, 2014

Course Description

Integrating the essence of all spiritual healing traditions, Sheng Zhen Healing Qigong uses the unlimited reservoirs of transpersonal power and the principles of mind-body medicine to facilitate healing.  Participants will learn the main medical benefits of these forms which allow the qi to directly enter and nourish the blood; cultivating health and wholeness. Practitioners will how to guide their patients through this transformational practice.  These courses are a combination of demonstration and participation, and are composed of three parts: (1) Gathering Healing Qi from the Universe, (2) Processing Qi in the Human Stove, (3) Alchemy Frees the Source Within. 

Individuals may attend one or all parts of the series, in any combination.  Prior qigong experience is helpful but not necessary.

Gathering Healing Qi from the Universe (Friday) 
Experience the healing aspects of Sheng Zhen Healing Qigong while exploring the basic forms.

Processing Qi in the Human Stove (Saturday)
Master Li will guide participants through the intermediate forms of Sheng Zhen Healing Qigong. 

Alchemy Frees the Source Within (Sunday)
This course will reivew the content from Friday and Saturday.  Additionally, it will cover the advanced forms of Sheng Zhen Healing Qigong. 

Speaker Bio

Master Li is perhaps best known as having been the head coach of the world-renowned Beijing Wushu (Martial Arts) Team and National Wushu Team of the People’s Republic of China. Under his leadership, the Beijing Wushu Team consistently won first place in national and international competitions for over 12 years, elevating the standards of excellence and quality worldwide. Master Li is the principle teacher of Sheng Zhen Wuji Yuan Gong. He also serves as special advisor to the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong and the Qigong Science Research Association of China. He has taught in more than 20 countries and has been on faculty at AOMA since 2002.

http://shengzhen.org/