In this FREE course I will define Qigong. Explain the three main types of Qigong and give examples of each. And I will cover the 3 main elements for a successful Qigong and meditation practice.
You will gain a firm understanding of Qigong and some of its methods, which will set the foundation for future courses and more advanced training. I will define Qigong, list the 3 Categories and give examples of each and give the 3 Keys to a successful meditation and Qigong practice.
As a perpetual student and traveler, I have been fortunate to learn from many skilled and knowledgeable people. My Kung Fu training has consisted of Fujian Hung Ga, Northern Long Fist, Mizong and Jow Ga. In my later years I came to be interested in more esoteric and holistic health arts. This lead me to study Qigong, Yoga, Reiki, Bowen Therapy, the use of herbs, Feng Shui and meditation. As I get older I hope to continue to learn and refine what I have already learned so that I can pass on a complete art and way of living. The True Kung Fu is the culmination of over 20 years of research and experience. It is the idea that in order to develop ourselves to our fullest potential, we need to work on the physical body in a natural and complete way (Martial Arts); we need to understand our bodies and treat our injuries and illnesses in a holistic way (Healing Arts); and we need to connect to our true-selves in order to better understand who we are and why we are here (Spirituality).
Here are certificates of some of my training.
I live in Scottsdale Arizona and am available for private/group lessons and seminars, as well as live video lessons.
- Sifu Edward Tomaine