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Dr. Liu Dong-Long Island, New York

March 21 - March 22

Ma Wang Dui QiGong   is the oldest known method of Taoist health practice. In this workshop, you will learn to imitate the breathing and movements of seven species of birds. This will regulate the seven internal organs of the human body (five yang / yin organs- liver, lungs, spleen, heart, kidneys, and also brain and gallbladder).

Chinese medicine believes that brain-dominated emotions lead the body’s five internal organs, with the gallbladder leading decision-making, which is the root of emotion. This QiGong method’s movements’ focus on supporting the brain and gallbladder, which treats the five internal organs and their associated diseases. Specifically, it addresses problems both with
insomnia and memory.

Additionally, the workshop will lead us through the “One Thousand Hands Buddha” meditation, which
flows through different mudras to lead the heart into stillness.

Location: Atomic Tae Kwon Do, 8 East Carver St. Huntington, NY 11743
DATES & TIMES:
Saturday 3/21
Registration / Check-in: 1:30 PM
Workshop 2PM-7PM
Sunday 3/22
Check-in: 9AM
Workshop Times:
9:30 AM-12:30 PM
& 1:30-4:30 PM
PRICING:
$225 Early-Bird
(Paid in Full by 3/1)
$260 Commitment/ Placeholder
(if ½ Balance Paid by 3/1)
$295 Regular Fee
(3/1 till Day of Workshop)
** Space is LIMITED **
Reserve your space as soon as possible!
LOCATION:
ATOMIC TAE KWON DO
8 E. Carver St., Huntington, NY
EMAIL [email protected] to REGISTER for:
Ma Wang Dui QiGong Workshop
(Sat. & Sun., March 21 – 22, 2020). Please inform us of your:
Name, Date of birth, Address, Phone number & Email address.
,
Please feel free to use whatever form of payment you are most
comfortable with. We accept PayPal or other direct forms of payment,
(including debit or credit cards), using our dedicated workshop email:
([email protected]).
Once paid, fees are non-refundable except in the event that workshop is cancelled.
If you need to pay by check, or for more info….
please call the office of Dr. Richard Statler (631) 424-2225

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Start:
March 21
End:
March 22
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