Hua Shan Taoist Qigong

The primary goal of Qigong is to develop Qi. Qi is energy. Energy infuses every fiber of our existence. Qigong introduces us to exercises and concepts to develop our potential, to become more sensitive to our energy bodies and also to increase our overall health and vitality.

Qigong is the study of breath, intention, awareness and movement. The alignment of our energy, minds and movement allows us to put it all together to reap the benefits of this wondrous path. Qigong yields an abundance of lasting benefits.

I have witnessed remarkable transformations of health issues by students who are committed to this practice.

This style of Qigong is rare. It is a well-organized system made up of three sections of 36 exercises for a total of 108. The first section is to train the body, the second is to train the mind, and the third is for mind/spirit.

Hua Shan Taoist Qigong is a powerful practice that is used to acquire and build energy. This form is taught privately rather than in group classes because there is great importance in the teacher-student relationship.

Any serious martial artist would benefit greatly from practicing this form. However, you do not have to be a martial artist to learn and benefit from this work.

Qigong

Benefits of Qigong

Energy Source

Qigong is a powerful tool that increases awareness of how we think, breathe, and move. We learn how to gather and harness vital energy.

Improved Health

In Chinese medicine, pain and disease are thought to occur from blockages of qi. Practicing qigong stimulates the flow of energy in our circulatory systems.

Reclaim Joy

In Chinese medicine, pain and disease are thought to occur from blockages of qi. Practicing qigong stimulates the flow of energy in our circulatory systems.

Immunity Boost

In Chinese medicine, pain and disease are thought to occur from blockages of qi. Practicing qigong stimulates the flow of energy in our circulatory systems.

Day Brightener

In Chinese medicine, pain and disease are thought to occur from blockages of qi. Practicing qigong stimulates the flow of energy in our circulatory systems.

Self-Discovery

Qi is the life force that permeates everything. Gong means work or practice. Together they incorporate intention with breath and movement.

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What People Are Saying

“Robin has been training in traditional Chinese martial arts for most of her adult life. This dedication to practice shows in her own training and in her ability to transmit complex theories in a simple, direct manner that makes these concepts accessible to beginners and deepens the understanding of advanced practitioners.”
Laurie C.

“With Robin’s decades of experience in Tai Chi, Qigong, Acupuncture, Acupressure, and with her truly ‘magical touch’ she recently eliminated chronic post-op pain from my right hip. She has restored my health in so many ways it would take pages to describe.”
Brian H.

“From the moment I met Robin she was so welcoming, gentle and graceful but with such inner power that I knew she had a lot to teach me. I was already on the Qigong path but the style of Robin’s teaching is very supportive and motivating. She has the ability to deliver constructive criticism in the most positive way.”
Betsy R.

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