Self-Healing Programs

Most programs are held at 34 West 27 Street, 12th Floor, New York, NY, 10001, unless otherwise noted. Questions? Call us 212-274-1079.

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March 11: New Dragon's Way Qigong® Session Begins in NYC

Come into balance with the Dragon’s Way. This 6-week session includes 10 Qigong movements, healthy eating and stress reduction techniques. Our goal is to support you on your journey to good health.  To learn more about the program click here or register now.

March 17: Webinar: Liver Consciousness and Emotional Freedom

During this talk, Grand Master Lu will share his thoughts on why the Liver has become the most important organ for maintaining health in modern society. Stress, overstimulation, and lack of downtime are leading to unprecedented health issues.  Emotions are out of balance, leading the body to show signs of illness. It’s the Liver’s job to help the emotions flow and allow the body freedom of expression. Grand Master Lu offers this free talk as an introduction to an 8-Day experiential program called, Qigong Journey to Emotional Freedom.  This talk is open to everyone as it’s such an important message to hear! March 17, 7:30 PM (Eastern)

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March 20: Qigong for Breast Health Training

This full-day session is open to women who want to understand the root cause of breast cancer according to Chinese medicine teachings. Included are 7 Qigong postures that help guide energy through the breast area. You will practice these movements throughout the day, receive an educational video for continued practice and refinement. Use these lessons for yourself or share them with women in your community. Save the date! 6 PDAs available through NCCAOM.

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March 20: Qigong for Men's Health-Advanced Class

This class is open to anyone who has participated in the basic class and is looking to enhance his Qigong practice.

Class will be held at 6:30 pm. Grand Master Nan Lu will be stepping in to check on everyone’s progress.


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March 20: Virtual Full Moon Super Moon Qigong Practice

Be part of a worldwide virtual Qigong practice on March 20, at 9:00 p.m. (EDT).

Tap into the energy of the full moon. We’ll be holding the posture, The Dragon Stands Between Heaven and Earth, in unison with others around the world. This posture is deeply rooted in the consciousness of Love.

See the video on our homepage for inspiration.

Here’s how to do the posture:

  • Stand with your feet hip width apart.
  • Extend your arms out at chest level and make a loose fist.
  • Point your thumbs to each other then draw your arms in.
  • Drop your elbows.
  • Close your eyes and relax.
  • You are the Dragon living between Heaven and Earth. Feel your power!

March 24-April 1: Qigong Journey to Emotional Freedom

Join Grand Master Nan Lu as he guides you to tap into the emerging energy of Spring. This vital lifeforce will help you enjoy balanced emotions and great health. Check out program details.

March 24-April 1, Your virtual program for a seasonal tune-up.

April 4-7: Dragon's Way Qigong ® Instructor Training

Certification to teach the Dragon’s Way program is an immersive experience that begins with a four-day weekend. Once certified, instructors have Grand Master Lu’s support and permission to teach the full program in local communities. We view this training as an opportunity to positively impact the health and well-being of community members.

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April 19: Pink Full Moon Virtual Qigong Practice

The name, Pink Full Moon comes from one of the first spring flowers, Wild Ground Phlox, also known as Moss Phlox (Phlox subulata) as they cover the ground like a pink blanket. These brightly-colored flowers are native to North America, and they often bloom around the time of April’s Full Moon.

Connect with the consciousness of the full moon and with many from around the world. We will stand in a Qigong meditative posture, The Dragon Stands Between Heaven and Earth,  as close to 7:12 AM (ET) as possible. Hold the posture for as long as you can. A demonstration of the posture is on our home page.