Authentic Wild Goose - Dayan Qigong - Shaolin Fist - Taijiquan
There is also a community of Tse Qigong Centre instructors in New Zealand spreading the teaching of Wild Goose – Dayan Qigong & Shaolin Fist , with senior instructor Belinda Hadfield teaching on the Kapiti Coast, and Jennifer Leaf teaching in Hawke Bay. Coming together when they can to train and having their students meet up together for seminars strengthens the quality of teaching and practice in New Zealand.
Sifu Cynthia counts herself lucky to be able to pass these skills down to another generation of learners in Wellington City and Karori. It is such a privilege to see students of all ages, some with ongoing health issues to deal with, gain the significant benefits and enjoyment of practising these ancient skills. New students are welcome to join classes at any time.
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Qigong is a Chinese health exercise made up of gentle movements and meditation that connect with the acupuncture points and meridians of our body. The word Qigong literally means “energy work”. Using relaxation and breathing along with these special movements, Qigong will help you to relax and become more aware of your body.
As we practise, we will begin to notice changes in our body including more flexibility, energy and stamina. This is because the Qi is working to heal any old illnesses or injuries and to open the channels so that the Qi can flow naturally, making us feel younger and more alive.
Chun Yuen Quan is skill that originated in the Northern Shaolin temple in Henan Province, China. However the skill then passed down through the Beijing Opera. The forms have retained more of their martial qualities than modern Wushu and have more intricate weapon forms such as the long-tasseled sword and long flag Dao.
Chun Yuen Quan is very good for health and will make the body light and flexible and also improves the posture and makes the joints strong. Internally it also builds up strong circulation and Qi so you become internally and externally stronger – healthier and fitter!
Chun Yuen Quan: 6.30pm to 7.00pm
Wild Goose Qigong: 7.00pm to 8.00pm
Chun Yuen Quan: 11.00am to 11.30am
Wild Goose Qigong: 11.30am to 12.30pm
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