Date(s) - October 20 2018
10:00 am - 1:30 pm
Daoist Qigong and Martial Art Roots at Tara Sanctuary
by Yunuen Rhi M.A. Isuini.com
3 hour workshop For October 20
Daoist Qigong and Martial Art Roots 10 am-1:30pm
$110/Early sign up $95
The practice of Baguazhang is an internal martial art system that elevates human consciousness. It is a potent medicine for self-healing that is seeded in the teachings of Daoist/Buddhist monks and martial artists from China. The training for the weekend is focused on the self-healing aspect of this human legacy.
The practice helps you align your energy, relieve stress, dis tense and regulate the function of all your organs through proper Qi circulation in joints and fascia. It is being your best and own healer. The practice is not only a preventative health measure but also and primarily a life changing philosophy.
From the workshop you will receive theoretical context for the practice: oral tradition, standing stances, breath work and alignment practices as a preparation for the Bagua circle walking training. After the workshop you can immediately put to practice what you learned. Follow up options will be offered.
-Martial art history and Chinese medicine principles -Importance of the Baguazhang practice. -Breath-work and alignment
-Standing postures of Daoist Yoga (2),
-Circle walking preparation
-The bear circle walking practice
Evening Treatments are offered at a special cost for participants _________
About the instructor
Yunuen Rhi M.A./RDA. is an internal martial art instructor, artist and anthropologist-medicine woman. Her roots are in Mexico, the United States and Korea. She has cultivated herself in western, eastern, and native medicine pathways She started training Baguazhang and healing arts in Beijing, China in 2008, and was initiated into the 6th lineage generation by Master, Liu Xuyang in 2010. Since 2015 she trains with Grandmster Li Baohua, holder of the 4th generation Magui Bagua lineage. Her pedagogy and healing work is informed by her research in performance studies and indigenous epistemologies. She shares her practice since 2012 through workshops across Europe, Mexico and the United States.