Learn Guolin Qigong for Cancer In China

Written by Dr. Kevin Chen

It is said that there are four basic requirements to become a Qigong master or an advanced Qigong practitioner: finance, partner, form (method) and location.   For those who have been involved in Qigong therapy for cancer, Guolin Qigong is a familiar name or popular form of anti-cancer Qigong.   Guolin New Qigong, a.k.a. Guolinxinqigong (GLXQG) is a form of medical Qigong, based on the ancient Qigong practice with reform and innovation, combined with modern Chinese medicine theory.  A lot of research and practitioners have proved that GLXQG has had therapeutic effect on cancer recovery and treatment of various chronic diseases. As the matter of fact GLXQG is the only anti-cancer Qigong form formally recommended and approved by the General Administration of Sports, China.

Guolin Qigong Training in China

Guolin Qigong Training in China

In order to meet the needs of cancer patients and their family around the world, and the needs of foreign Qigong instructors and life-coach professional to learn and improve their capability in teaching GLXQG,  with the Invitation of the Wuyishan City Pengzu Culture Wellness and Longevity Institute, for the first time, the Guolin Disciple Xinqigong Therapy Research Association, led by master Jian Wang (王健), will teach the entire system of GLXQG in English, plus other unique lectures and wellness programs, in October 9-20, 2017. This could be your once-in-a-lifetime learning and touring opportunity in China as you will learn and practice Qigong in one of the most beautiful sceneries and health paradises with the opportunity to study and experience some of wellness and longevity culture.

This English training camp will take place in the famous Wuyishan (Mount. Wuyi) , which is located in the north of Fujian Province, China. Wujishan is named the world’s cultural and natural dual heritage, and the national 5A-class tourist attractions, also known as “natural oxygen bar”, “wellness paradise”, “China’s immortal city” reputation.  From the Love and gifts of Mother Nature, the Wuyishan sculptures the world famous and outstanding fairyland.  The fresh and lung-nourishing air, natural green food, rich and tasting rock tea, and the traditional authentic Ganoderma lucidum, all made the famous mountains a reality of health and wellness paradise! Following is a short video about Mount Wuyi:

The main instructors of this Wellness Camp include master Jian Wang, one of the direct disciples of master Guo Lin, current president of the Guolin Disciple Xinqigong Therapy Research Association. And Ms. Fanny Fan (范丽娟), a 2006 rectal cancer survivor, beneficiary of GLXQG,  Director General  of  the Guolin Disciple Xinqigong Therapy Research Association, and the Xinqigong Therapy Instructor. Dr. Kevin W Chen from University of Maryland School of Medicine, will be the guest instructor, working as the English interpreter for the Camp.

Views of Wuyi Mountain

Views of Wuyi Mountain

The main activities of this unique camp include: (1) Learn the system of GLXQG anti-cancer exercises; (2) Lectures by Master Wang Jian: the basic principles of anti-cancer Qigong; the system of GLXQG power and the reform of three-stage progress divisions; (3) Lectures by Prof. Kevin Chen on scientific basis for self-healing and cancer recovery; Stress and anxiety management; (4) Observe and study the classical Qigong forms (such as ancient Wuqinxi, Baduanjin, etc.) and other self-healing methods (such as Rouliqiu, grounding, health acupressure & massage, etc.); (5) Additional wellness activities in Wuyishan and health tour. Students who complete their studies will receive a certificate of completion, which will qualify them to attend further class to become certified instructor in the future.

This will be a unique opportunity for those who are currently facing cancer or have had cancer in the past to learn a powerful and effective Qigong form for their complete recovery. Participants are encouraged to bring a family member or caregiver at a reduced price in an effort to support their well-being. Those Qigong instructors or life coach who intend to become a certified instructor of GLXQG, or adding GLXQG as part of their regular curriculum, or for their own health improvement are also welcome to attend this English camp. People with other chronic conditions (such as heart disease, diabetes, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, lupus erythematosus, , arthritis, etc.) who want to use Qigong as a self-healing tool for complete recovery and better health.

The camp opens to the participants around the world. In order to ensure the quality of training, the number of trainee is limited to 40. So the Interested parties should register early! For more detailed about the Camp and information on registration, please go to their web site at: http://yang-sheng.com/?p=11544 ; or email Dr. Chen at Qigong4us@Hotmail.com. In case you can not make it this time, you can also explore the possibility of the second wellness tour Oct. 18-31. You can use the link here for the details of the second trip.

Dr. Kevin Chen

Dr. Kevin Chen

About the Author: Dr. Kevin Chen, Associate Professor, Center for Integrative Medicine, Department of Family and Community Health, and Department of Psychiatry,  University of Maryland School of Medicine, Publisher of Yang Sheng Magazine, Editor in Chief of the English Edition of Chinese Medical Qigong. Dr. Chen was educated in the universities of both China and the United States, and has years of experience and training in blending eastern and western perspectives, and in the practice of life-nurturing methods. As a long-time practitioner of Qigong Yang Sheng, he is one of the few scientists in the U.S. to have both hands-on knowledge of mind-body practice, and an active research career in mind-body medicine, which is funded through grants by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and various foundations.  Dr. Chen devotes his career and life to the practice of Yang Sheng, and promotion of self-healing and mind-body-spirit integration through the non-profit organization, World Institute for Self Healing (WISH) (http://www.wishus.org).

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