The Emei Qigong 18 Methods Form Practice Class is held every Monday. The form was created by Grandmaster Fu Wei Zhong to help individuals cope with the fast pace of modern life. Its roots are derived from the Emei 12 Forms.
The form can has been designed to do in its entirety or, practice a movement at a time, which is focused on a particular organ, done separately to strengthen and balance that organ.
Cultivates Qi Using 18 Separate Movements
The essence of practicing this form, is to cultivate Qi and help maintain a healthy flow through the body. Practicing Emei 18 Method regularly, will help to restore the smooth flow of Qi in the meridian channels and internal vital organs, enabling healing.
When performed as a contiguous form it incorporates a beautiful flow of movements and transitions, and along with coordinated breathing, stimulates the organs, bringing balance to your inner self.
Restores Health and Harmony With Nature
Many people feel that the hectic pace of modern life creates more stress on us than ever before.
As a result, inner peace and a sense of calmness has become elusive to modern humanity. The good news is that the Emei 18 Methods Form not only restores health, but also restores harmony with nature, all while providing serenity and deep relaxation.
Stan Pannone, Emei Qigong Master, offers in person and online Qigong training for groups and individuals. He also has on going Sound Bath Healing Sessions in the Greater Tucson Area.
Stan offers regular Classes, Seminars and Workshops in the Healing Arts of Emei Qigong.