The live event airs September 18-20!
Feeling stressed? Having trouble unplugging from your full — sometimes too full! — life?
You might be looking for a simple practice that can help you find more balance... physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.
Or maybe your energy is low, you feel run down, and you’re vulnerable to illness — or you have a chronic condition — and your go-to remedies and practices aren’t enough to turn things around.
It’s time to take your health into your own hands.
A daily qigong practice, available to everyone, can immediately lower stress, increase energy, prevent illness, and support you in rejuvenating your body, mind, and spirit.
With qigong, you can learn to bring healing energy — known as “qi” — to particular parts of your body to transform anxiety, stress, and disease into self-confidence, inner peace, and optimal health.
As your body responds by doing what it’s designed to do (heal and re-balance itself), blockages in your flow of qi disappear and your full life force energy moves smoothly, radiating out into all aspects of your daily life.
During the The Qigong Global Summit, some of the world's foremost qigong teachers — including Mantak Chia, Daisy Lee, Lee Holden, Effie Chow, Roger Jahnke, Mingtong Gu, Pedram Shojai, Ama Lia Wai Ching Lee,Robert Peng, and others — will show you simple yet powerful practices to cultivate abundant qi flow for your health, healing, and daily life.
These qigong teachers, masters, and doctors in the first-ever Qigong Global Summit will share insights into the practices of qigong, tai chi, martial arts, and Traditional Chinese Medicine — as well as how qi is the foundation of all of these ancient arts, and more.
Through beautiful, high-quality video, they’ll illuminate both the philosophical and practical components of working with qi — and offer simple practices you can use right away.
Our highly esteemed teachers will offer their wisdom on how to discover your inner healing potential and perspectives on how to cope with the challenges of daily life.