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Wild Goose Qigong Basic Training Workshop with Dr. Bingkun Hu, 2007
Dr. Bingkun Hu performing Wild Goose Basic Training 1 movement, 2007

2009

 

Wild Goose-3: Kunlun Bagua Qigong, Mancheser 1-2 August

 

This short and delightful Qigong form trains body-mind coordination, develops core stability and strengthens the body centers. It balances the Yin and Yang, as well as Qi circulation throughout the body.

 

Wild Goose-8: 5 Elements and Bagua Fists Qigong, Hoylake, Wirral, 7-10 August

 

Wild Goose-8 is a showcase of how martial arts movements are incorporated within soft Qigong forms to strengthen and nourish the body.

 

2008

The Basic Principles of Wild Goose Qigong,

Hoylake, Wirral, 2-3 August

 

The main part of this inspiring weekend was using the Spiral and Tripod form (Wild Goose Qigong 4) to illustrate the basic principles of Wild Goose Qigong. It was a well attended weekend and the venue was Hoylake Community Centre which is right on the sea front - and ideal setting for qigong.

 

It is always useful to revisit each form with Dr, Bingkun Hu since new aspects always are brought out. I had done this form with him previously in 2006 but I felt l got so much more out of the workshop this time.

 

Wild Goose Qigong Basic Training (Second 64 Movements) Workshop, Northern Moor, Manchester, 8-11 August.

 

This was Dr. Bingkun Hu’s first four-day workshop in the UK and I think the participants felt the benefit of a longer course. My body felt really well after the course.  This was also the first time Dr. Hu taught this form, also known as Wild Goose Qigong 2, in the UK.  

 

2007

Wild Goose Qigong Basic Training (First 64 Movements) Workshop, Bolton, Lancashire,

4-5 August

 

Dr. Bingkun Hu first taught this in 2005 but every time he teaches it different aspects are emphasised.   This time he focused on the principle of continually shifting weight in Wild Goose qigong in order to enhance relaxation.  As always the day was interspersed with other practices such as some of his Twelve Treasures, Tracing the Twelve Meridians, and Tracing the Yin and Yang Hand Meridians along with the Reverse Microcosmic Orbit.

 

Wild Goose Soft Palms Qigong Workshop, Bolton, Lancashire, 11-12 August

 

For the first time Dr. Hu taught the Soft Palms Qigong in UK.  This involved faster movements than the Basic Training and the focus was on the Centre-Periphery Principle.  The first two parts of  Wild Goose meditation 6 were also taught in this workshop.

 

2006

Wild Goose Tripod and Spiral Qigong Workshop in Wyastone Leys, Monmouth, 19-20 August

 

Tripod and Spiral is another good way to start Wild Goose Qigong training instead of the Basic Training.

 

Wild Goose Kunlun Bagua Qigong and Patting Along the Meridians Qigong Workshop, Manchester, 12-13 August

 

These are two shorter forms and can easily be completed in one weekend.  Patting Along the Meridians is an especially useful practice for health to avoid any qi deviations.

 

2005

Wild Goose Basic Training (First 64 Movements), Warrington, 20-21 August

 

This was Dr. Bingkun Hu’s very first workshop in the United Kingdom.

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