Eastern Internal Arts Institute
Sifu Jenny Lamb
自動調整功: Spontaneous Adjustment Qigong for Self-Healing
Spontaneous Adjustment Qigong (Zi Dong Tiao Zheng Gong, 自動調整功) is a Taoist practice of exploration of body, mind and spirit. To know the body, you will experience four elements associated with the body, that is earth (solidity - muscle, bones, tendons, etc), water (liquid - blood, lymph, etc), fire (heat - temperature), and wind or air (movement – breath, Qi) and how to keep them in balance by awakening your self-healing system. Adjustment Qigong is spontaneous, formless and supports the spiritual development of one’s great potential.
The 1-1/2 hour free lecture on Friday will impart a deep understanding of subtle body dynamics drawing upon Chinese cosmology, medicine and philosophy. This will include discussion of body channels, yin-yang theory, one’s relationship with nature, five emotions (sadness, anger, fear, joy, worry), the interrelationship between qi and blood, and treatment using proper diet.
The two day seminar consists of guided experiential exercises combined with spontaneous movement techniques, acupoint opening and meditation. There will be brief theoretical explanations and matters of importance will be pointed out. There will be time for answering questions, discussion and sharing of everyone's practice results. The techniques include body examination, awareness improvement, body aligning, removing blockages, blood and energy level improvement. Through direct experience the student will gain a greater understanding of their body system and obtain greater trust and faith in oneself and one’s own natural healing.
• Improve blood circulation and release blockages
• Increase energy and Increase Immunity
• Develop balance, awareness and intuition
• Restore vitality and enhance health
• Promote longevity and general wellbeing
Boulder/Broomfield, Colorado (tbd)
Sept. 4th, Friday: 7:30-9:00pm Lecture
Sept. 5th Saturday: 9:00-12:00noon & 1:00-4:00pm
Sept. 6th Sunday: 9:00-12:00noon & 1:00-4:00pm
Space is limited, registration deadline is the 20th of August
Jenny Lamb, a graduate of the prestigious Beijing University of Physical Education, has been a student of Chinese Martial Arts for more than thirty years, and a teacher of Chinese internal arts for more than 20 years in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, Canada and the U.S. She is the founder of the Eastern Internal Arts Institute and of the Tasting Tao Center. She was an actor in the first modern mainland Chinese martial arts movie and has been featured on the Discovery Health Channel. She is a Taoist and Buddhist practitioner with a Master’s degree in Religious Studies and is working on her Ph.D. in Religious Studies with an emphasis on Chinese Buddhism.
Questions regarding the courses offered by the Eastern Internal Arts Institute
may be directed to Sifu Jenny Lamb at InternalArts@gordelpus.com
Edited by easterninternalartsinstitute, 29 July 2009 - 03:16 PM.