with Liping Julia Zhu L.Ac. and Shundo David Haye
and Constance Cummings
May 7-11, 2015 (Thursday-Monday)
No previous experience necessary. Qigong, an ancient Chinese healing and spiritual tradition, is known for its ability to improve Qi and blood circulation and strengthen the immune and nervous systems.
Walking is a special art in Qigong and has been utilized for healing and life preservation in various Qigong lineages for centuries. Walking qigong promotes balance, flexibility, strength and health, and nourishes our body and mind through the combined benefits of movement, meditation and breathing. Join us for this special first time offering of gentle and graceful qigong walking practices from various traditions: the Swimming Dragon family Walking Qigong, Dragon and Tiger Walking from Qin Quan, as well as Zen walking kinhin.
18 CEUs/CE Contact Hours available for L.Ac & RNs. An extra $40
CEU certificate fee to be paid on site to Qi Dragon. Retreat fee:
Please note that the retreat fee does not include accommodations. Retreats begin late afternoon on the indicated start date and end in the morning on the indicated end date. Visit the Rooms & Rates
section and determine your preferred accommodations before making your reservations request online.
Taichi Basic Movements with Liping Julia Zhu L.Ac. from San Francisco Zen Center on Vimeo.
Shundo David Haye
Shundo David Haye came from England to Zen Center to begin his practice in 2000. Since then he has lived at City Center and Tassajara, following the traditional monastic training path. He has served as work leader at Tassajara, tenzo (head of the kitchen) and ino (head of the meditation hall) at City Center, and currently holds the position of director at City Center. He was ordained as a priest in 2009 by Ryushin Paul Haller, and was head monk at Tassajara in the fall of 2012. He helps to run the Young Urban Zen group in the city, and loves to be outdoors, either on a bicycle or taking photographs.
Liping Julia Zhu
Liping Zhu L.Ac. is a certified Qigong and Taichi instructor from China and a disciple of Taoist Master Yu Anren. She is the Qigong instructor at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, a former resident of SF Zen Center and currently has an acupuncture practice in San Francisco.