20-week class in 2017
Saturday 7:30-9:30am (Starts Feb 4, 2017)
Thursday 7:15-9:15pm (Starts Feb 2, 2017)
2nd set consists of 64 movements. It is more strenuous than the 1st set, and helps to develop more healing power.
Cost: $70/month for those who have completed the class at least once
$90/month for those who haven't yet completed learning the whole set.
$405 if paid in advance (this is a 10% discount)
Pre-requisite: Students must have completed 1st set successfully for one year or have recommendation from a 1st set instructor
Background of the Dayan Wildgoose Qigong Set
The Dayan Qigong set was developed by a Chinese monk 1,700 years ago. The set is based on the movements of the wild goose. It is structured in a way that enhances the circulation of Qi, the vital life force within the body. Continuous practice of Dayan Qigong can help improve flexibility and balance and strengthen the body and its immune system. It can be helpful in treating disorders of the nervous, digestive, circulatory, urinary systems, osteoarthritis, and stress. The first set of the 18-week Dayan Qigong program is offered three times a year with each class consisting of basic stretches, acupressure self-massage, meditation techniques, and a 64-movement form. The second set of the Dayan qigong set is offered twice a year. Students wishing to take the second set must have at least one year of training in the first set.
All Dayan (Wildgoose) Qigong 1st set teacher’s training graduates from Wen Wu School are required to attend an annual form check to maintain an active teaching status. All teachers listed below have passed the form check in 2013, and therefore are re-certified for active teaching until August 2014. All others’ teaching certificates have expired.
|Alexandra Saikley||Judy Timmel|
|Bob Rosenbaum||Katy Langstaff|
|Bonnie Maly||Kirstin Lindquist|
|Bruce Pao||Linda Gustafson|
|Cynthia Eaton||Marsha Takamoto|
|David Zurun||Mary Law|
|Deborah Zaragoza||Maureen Bernodt|
|Diana Lee Keena||Peggy Dey|
|Diana Sloat||Susan Carpendale|
|Dove Govrin||Shari Chun|
2015-2016 2nd set Qigong Teachers Re-Certification Status