Part 1 Empathic and or a “Sensitive” You Are? (In Yoda’s voice 😊) There are many reasons study Chi Kung (Qigong) from the superficial to delving into its multifaceted aspects. Although the Macrocosmic experience of Chi is relatively simple to grasp, Chi is multidimensional. It can flow from the densest of matter to the […]
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Connecting With Your Totem Guide
Connecting With Your Totem Guide Thursdays: May 27, June 3, 10 @ 7-9 pm ET $108.00 Taught by Wasentha Young The term totem is derived from the North American Ojibwa language. But, belief in guardian spirits is also common to a number of cultures worldwide. A totem can take the form of animal or entity (i.e. […]
In-person, Live-Streaming, and Outdoors Spring/Summer Classes – May 3 – July 29 Good news this semester the Peaceful Dragon School is creatively integrating Zoom, indoor, and outdoor sessions into the program. We are beginning to see light at the end of this long tunnel. Ongoing classes: You can register from out-of-state and attend regularly scheduled […]
Interview with Master Young
Had a great talk with Tim Anderson of Original Strength. He interviewed me about tai chi – history, styles, benefits, concepts, and the difference between tai chi and qigong.
Weekly Immune Support Online Qigong – FREE
Immune Support Online Qigong Register today! Join Master Wasentha Young and experience her nurturing guidance to protect your body with easy to learn Qigong. Wednesdays 1-145 pm ET Zoom link provided upon registration Reduce Stress Boost Immune Defense Guard Against Virus Attack Connect With Community JOIN US.. Fee: FREE – Donations Accepted
What’s the difference between…
A student asked, “What’s the difference between Tai Chi and Qigong?
Immune Support Acu-Points – Self Care Acupressure
These are a set of acu-points I learned many years ago. They are meant to support the immune system only. You must take care to practice good hygiene and health safety.
1000 Times Per Day
Which Way Should I Face?
I-Ching and Tai Chi
Throwing the sticks… not literally, is the process of meditatively using “Yarrow Stalks” to dive deep into the sub-conscious of cause and effect and emerge with a morsel, a pearl of wisdom. Before I began my study of Tai Chi (1968), four sisters took me into a room, handed me some foraged sticks and the […]