Qigong is a powerful healing system developed many thousands of years ago in China.
Simon Blow has been a professional Qigong teacher (Laoshi) since 1992, he has had the great fortune to travel to China on many occasions. Studying Qigong, touring the sacred mountains, attending international conferences and experiencing the rich culture of the Chinese people.
Simon leads regular Qigong classes in Sydney, Australia for beginning and continuing students, workshops, Qigong and meditation retreats, Qigong tours to China for students and advanced training. He is the author of numerous Books, DVDs and Meditation CDs about this ancient healing art.
He has been working for over thirty years to help spread the benefits of meditation, peace and love. Simon works with many different groups helping them to develop self healing skills to manage their stress levels and improve their quality of life.
Simon has been initiated into Dragon Gate Daoism and been given the name Xin Si, meaning Genuine Wisdom and is an initiated student and 29th Generation of Dayan – Wild Goose Qigong. He is also a Standing Council Member and Deputy Secretary of the World Academic Society of Medical Qigong, Beijing.
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Guigen Qigong - Part No 5: The Wood Element relates to the Liver (Yin) and Gall Bladder (Yang). All of these qigong exercises are a 6 part series of Medical Qigong Training Sessions by Qigong Master, Simon Blow The video includes excerpts from the Book and DVD--...
Guigen Qigong Section No 4: The Water Element relates to the kidney (Yin) and bladder (Yang). The season of winter and cold weather correspond to the Water Element as do the emotions of anxiety and uneasiness and a deep blue colour. The kidneys manage water...
In Guigen Chinese Medical Qigong, the season of autumn and dry weather condition correspond to the Metal Element, as do the emotional states of grief and remorse, and the colour silver or white. The main function of the lungs is breathing. The physical body takes in...