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A blessing ceremony for young lamas, northern Tibet, 2000

Tibetan Qigong Four Foundation Practices

Five Element Stake

The postures & movements in this form accumulate fresh elemental energies from nature & the universe to replace unhealthy qi in the body’s related organ systems. In addition to enabling one to accumulate fresh qi, this qigong balances & strengthens the body down to the cellular level so that self-healing can take place.

One Finger Zen Dynamic Form

The meridians are natural energy pathways for ridding the body of disease & retaining good health. Through nine different movements, this practice gives one the ability to quickly gather energy & clear the meridians of blockages. Taught to the elite Shaolin monks more than 1,000 years ago, Master Wang & his teacher, the highly accomplished Khenpo Munsel Rinpoche, included this practice as part of a strong foundation for Tibetan Qigong because of its long history of effectiveness.

One Finger Zen Still Form

The fingers & toes are like the body’s electrical switches. Moving them activates a healthy flow of energy that balances & adjusts the corresponding organ systems. This rare qigong uses gentle movements to clear blockages, improve circulation & balance energy. Standing, sitting & lying down positions are taught.

One Finger Zen Still Form

While practicing qigong a strong energy field is generated. The energetic massage of the face & head recharges the qi field, promotes youthfulness, relaxes & nourishes one’s entire being. Massaging the ears & patting the acupuncture points along the meridians stimulates the internal organs, helps disperse energy blockages, & balances the flow of energy.

CTQNV Teachers

Cheryl Sagat

Tibetan Qigong instructor trained by Master Zi Sheng Wang & Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner
Vallejo, CA USA

Winnie Chin

Tibetan Qigong instructor trained by Master Zi Sheng Wang & Traditional Japanese Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine
San Francisco, CA USA

Kathleen Davis

Tibetan Qigong instructor trained by Master Zi Sheng Wang
Berkeley, CA USA

Paul O'Sullivan

Tibetan Qigong Instructor trained by Kay Luthi, Advanced Student of Master Zi Sheng Wang
Grass Valley, CA USA

Andy Spreitzer

Tibetan Qigong Instructor trained by Kay Luthi, Advanced Student of Master Zi Sheng Wang
Port Washington, NY USA

Student Testimonials

I have suffered with chronic neck and shoulder pain for the last 12 years. While doing One Finger Zen Still Form spontaneous movements began to occur. There was a loud crack that came from the neck. The neck pain is now gone. I have full mobility in my neck and shoulder girdle. I am pain free for the first time in 12 years.

— R.B., St. Helena, CA

After being ill with chronic fatigue syndrome & fibromyalgia for over 10 years, I had the good fortune to learn Tibetan Qigong. My symptoms of severe fatigue, pain, brain fog & insomnia have greatly improved during the four years that I have been doing these practices. I look & feel better than I have for many years & I wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone wanting to improve & maintain good health.

— B.J., Camarillo, CA

Six months after surgery for metastasized prostate cancer, I discovered the healing powers of Tibetan Qigong (TQ). Since my initial training class in TQ, I knew there was “something” present in the practice of TQ. I now recognize this “something” as healing energy. TQ continues (uninterrupted for 18 plus months) to be part of my daily routine and life style changes since cancer entered my life.

— T.G., Pope Valley, CA

I was surprised how simple the Tibetan Qigong practices are and how relaxed and energized I felt after my first lesson.

— J.B., Napa, CA

Since practicing Tibetan Qigong I have noticed improvements in my eyesight. I can see more clearly at distances and my eyes are more lubricated. I do an intensive form of physical therapy. I have noticed, especially if I do Three Palms Together before a session, greater effectiveness in the work with less effort and fatigue.

— G.B., St. Helena, CA