Relaxing The Meridians & Strengthening The Spine - Meditation & Stress Relief Classes:
This exercise course integrates Tai Chi, medical rehabilitation and other self-healing exercises based on the concepts of meridians and holistic medicine in traditional Chinese medicine. Combined with Dantian breathing and breath regulation, self-healing and health preservation can be integrated into life, nourishing the internal organs, defending against diseases, and health and beauty become natural!
This course does not insist on the unlimited development of the body, but more importantly, learn how to protect the body, practice along the daily conditions of the body, and find the repair required by every meridian, every internal organ, and the frequency of the cerebral cortex. The overall movement of one's own meridians and internal organs.
What can I learn?
The human body suppresses positive energy due to long-term stress, abnormal work and rest, sports injuries, etc., resulting in various diseases. This course is based on the meditation and routine practice of Neijia Kung Fu, Dantian breathing, and meridian stretching, which have been passed down in China for thousands of years, combined with the instructor's nearly 50 years of modern Chinese medicine clinical rehabilitation experience. It allows us to explore the inside and find the normal frequency that belongs to everyone , perceive the potential energy of the body, release it, tune and heal our body and mind.
Let us inspire our energy together, achieve the effect of relaxing the tendons and dredging collaterals, to heal our own pains, replenish the damaged body that we consume in life and exercise, repair the internal organs, strengthen the autoantibodies, and heal the brain cells!
Dr. Li Qiangwei
Dr. Li (Professor) is the current master of Chinese medicine, and
- Judge of the World Kung Fu Wushu Duan Ranking System Association
- Certified Chief Physician of the International Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies
- Distinguished Consultant of Wudang Wugong Society in New York, USA
- Founding President of Wudang Neijia Gong Society, New Zealand
- Founding Director, Auckland Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, New Zealand
Dr. Li has more than 40 years of clinical experience in practicing medicine, profound internal kung fu skills and rich teaching experience. In New Zealand and California, the United States, according to the quality of the local people and the weather, she has set up self-rehabilitation kung fu classes to share with everyone. Share the importance of "defense over cure".
Born in a family of medical martial arts, he is currently a special health instructor at Google headquarters in the United States. As a sixth-generation descendant, Maggie has been practicing martial arts since the age of five, and has followed her mother for many years. She is a well-known TCM professor in the family – Teacher Li Qiangwei, Yu’s grandfather, the world’s leading TCM leader – Professor Li Tongsheng, who has been practicing ancestral traditional Chinese medicine and internal medicine. He has 15 years of rich teaching experience around the world so far.
Maggie graduated with a master's degree in engineering management from the University of Melbourne, Australia, and has been working as an engineer for many years. It was not until she witnessed many times with heartache that her colleagues and friends around her had health problems that seriously affected their life and work, and some even died at a young age. Dharma can help countless relatives and friends to improve their immunity, strengthen the muscles and internal organs, and stay away from diseases. She resolutely devotes herself to the field of health, and hopes to share this treasure handed down from thousands of years of Chinese culture!
Coach Maggie: "As a descendant of the medical and martial arts family, I deeply feel the responsibility and obligation to carry forward this treasure, so that more friends can get the key to health!Online classes are now accepting registrations! Suitable for beginners and intermediate learners with follow-up exercises.