Events are held at 34 West 27 Street, 12th Floor, New York, NY, 10001, unless otherwise noted. For questions about our programs, please call 212-274-1079.
This powerful six-week class returns offering Qigong practice and healthy living guidance. We will share tips on how to read messages of imbalance that your body tries to communicate. Our goal is to help you rebalance your life and find greater health. Register now.
What makes the Dragon’s Way such a powerful program? The secret is embedded in the ancient wisdom its based on. Learn more and determine if perhaps you may want to become an instructor. February 8, 7:30 pm. Register to receive your access code.
Training in LifeForce Tao of Medical Qigong is a remarkable experience which requires commitment and physical endurance. Medical Qigong training begins with a ten-day intensive upstate New York when you live and learn firsthand from a traditional master. Interested parties should call the center to discuss details and obtain an application. For more information, please call Elaine at 212-274-1079.
This course will explore the multi-dimensional function of each organ system and share how from the body, mind and spirit level to unlock each organs highest potential. This six session seminar is part of our distance learning program and is based on Grand Master Lu’s book, Digesting the Universe: A Revolutionary Framework for Healthy Metabolism Function.
March 26, 27, 28 and April 23, 24, 25 (Please note change in date)
Qigong is becoming the popular go-to healing practice when looking for inner balance and great health. Train with us and receive permission to teach The Dragon’s Way® program in your community. What makes this extraordinary wellness program so successful? It’s the way instructors learn to improve their own energy level and help others rebalance the body, particularly through a special Dragon’s Way Qigong practice.
Our focus will build on what we began in the 2016 conference. We now turn our sites onto, Oneness, Consciousness and Self-Discovery.
Speakers include, Nan Lu, Menas Kafatos, Christine Page, Lillian Bridges, Stephen Cowan, Thea Elijah, Evan Rabinowitz and more. A full agenda will be available next month.