This formless style of QiGong (energy cultivation), is a manifestation of an ancient, global method of evolution. By using our simple, pleasant, yet powerful methods for independent practice, students can easily optimize their life experience on a daily basis.
This energy emanates from the Tao, the "Greater Consciousness", and reaches us through Nature.
QiGong instills in us the ability to engage directly with the flow of this dynamic force, which we can come to feel, see, sense and use for many purposes. QiGong can provide us with healing, strong immunity, greater creativity, balance, and heightened I.Q. "Special" abilities may also emerge in us. All levels of our Being are enhanced through proper practice, and access to Universal Wisdom becomes ever more possible. We can also open-up hidden, innate talents, and put harmony, peacefulness and clarity within our reach. From our efforts, strong inner Chi can also improve our personal relationships, move us intuitively toward better life choices, and even act as a shield or "buffer", when we are faced with potential danger.
As your instructor, my direct connection with The Tao replaces the need for traditional forms or practice, and instead, allows me to guide students toward their own unique and authentic means for Chi development. Static traditional forms have great value, but do not always conform to individual needs. By accessing wisdom and influences straight from the Tao, we practice only what is most necessary and efficient, at any given time.
Once students have their internal energies streaming and maturing well, they may be invited to attend "Free-Flow Chi" group practices. This will enable a more intense, shared immersion in the QiGong experience. Students may also always opt to receive individually-focused healing applications from us, which are included in and integral to related groups and classes.
QiGong is a direct demonstration of how simplicity and intent can serve as the foundations for greater freedom and powerful expansion, at many levels of existence.
Throughout my life-time, I have applied my focus and training primarily on the Arts. The range of these has included dance, visual art, martial arts, voice, theatre, Yoga, spiritual disciplines, meditation, divination, and later, healing methods. During the mid-1990's I received an "Activation" by the Chi expert Tienko Ting, from Taiwan. This type of initiation produces a sort of internal and external 'Spontaneous Movement Qigong' in his students, which became my daily and most singularly transformational practice.
Later, I was also able to learn how to give structure to a QiGong class, by Chi Master Xiao Ping Xu in Albany NY.
From just after my own initiation, along with many following years of practice, I have reached an appreciable level of proficiency with Chi/Qi energy and other complementary methods. This has easily translated into teaching, healing and the ability to pass the best of my experience of Qi on to others, for their own growth and self-mastery. I am very pleased to share.