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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
Contact: csagat@sbcglobal.net

Winnie Chin

Tibetan Qigong instructor trained by Master Zi Sheng Wang & Traditional Japanese Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine
San Francisco, CA USA
Contact: dancingqi@gmail.com

Kathleen Davis

Tibetan Qigong instructor trained by Master Zi Sheng Wang
Berkeley, CA USA
Contact: qikathleen@gmail.com

Paul O'Sullivan

Tibetan Qigong Instructor trained by Kay Luthi, Advanced Student of Master Zi Sheng Wang
Grass Valley, CA USA
Contact: paul@tibetanqigong.net

Andy Spreitzer

Tibetan Qigong Instructor trained by Kay Luthi, Advanced Student of Master Zi Sheng Wang
Port Washington, NY USA
Contact: andyspreitzer@gmail.com

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