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Wood Element

Wood Element

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  • Sat 8 Jul ’17, 10:00am – 5:00pm
  • Sun 9 Jul ’17, 10:00am – 5:00pm


Soul - Centre of the Body and Mind, 18 Huia Rd, Titirangi


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • 10 Training Sessions: $3,000.00
  • General Admission: $350.00

This workshop looks at the Wood Element, the Element of growth and transforming stagnation.

We will clarify the relationship between Wood and Harmonious Organ flow and develop the relationship between Wood and Smooth Movement.

Wood creates a light delicate flow of Chi through the whole system.

- Looking at Liver and Gall Bladder
- Exploring forms to ensure transformation and increased
- Chi flow
- Relationship between Water and Wood
- Wood and Jing
- Joint suppleness and muscle relaxation
- The Deer forms explored

Elemental Chi Kung is a progressive approach to chi kung that incorporates classic styles and philosophies with modern body-mind and energy concepts. The approach explores body and chi awareness as a way to deepen into our internal chi flow through movement, stillness, meditation and breath.

A creative space is sought to allow our essential nature to express itself and bring about transformations. The approach emphasises the five elements as the foundation of chi kung, the workshops in Chi Kung are an ongoing series that interested participants can enter at any point. The workshops can either be attended individually or as a whole series.

There are ten, 2-day workshops and the overall intention of the workshops are to present Chi Kung as a way to open to a deeper and richer connection to the life force within the human system and within nature. In particular to listen and be aware of the subtle power of your health and become aware of movements of chi within your body and mind.

The workshops will teach the following skills:
- Self reflection
- Stability and groundedness
- Stillness of the body and mind
- Sensitivity to Chi
- Use of intention
- Strength, Stamina and flexibility
- Synchronisity of movement, along with an understanding and appreciation of the body's structure, traditional Chinese medical concepts and Taoist philosophy.

Registrations: Email - willa@mswilla.com
More info: www.naturalmovement.info

Chi Kung, Qigong, Chi, Chi Kung Training.

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