Wisdom Healing Qigong for Health & Happiness with Master Mingtong Gu

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Wisdom Healing Qigong for Health & Happiness with Master Mingtong Gu

Time: June 24, 2014 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Location: Havurah Shir Hadash Temple
Street: 185 N. Mountain Avenue
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.ChiCenter.com/tour
Phone: (707) 347-6489
Event Type: lecture, workshop, healing
Organized By: Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library
Latest Activity: Jun 16, 2014

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Event Description

Join us for this rare opportunity to practice Qigong with Master Mingtong Gu, who was honored as the Master of the Year by the World Qigong Congress in 2011. This workshop will give you the tools to transform stress, fatigue and illness into a deepened state of calmness & balance.

Master Mingtong Gu is an internationally recognized Qigong teacher who received his training from Grandmasters from China and Tibet, and at the World’s largest Qigong hospital in China.

“Mingtong is full of vitality, wisdom and skill. He is a real healer, and the practices he teaches can change your life.” —Jack Kornfield, Ph.D. author and co-founder of Spirit Rock Meditation Center.

COST: $15 (or free for Wednesday workshop participants)

Co-Sponsored by Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library

SEE ALSO: Qigong Workshop, Wed. June 25, 2-8pm

Registration & More Info: (707) 347-6489 or www.ChiCenter.com/tour



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