Wild Goose Qigong or Dayan Qigong as it has been known, now has a new name in China, which is Dayan Yangsheng Gong
Yangsheng means - to preserve one's health, or to keep in good health. So the new name means - Wild Goose Wellbeing skill
Although westerners are familiar with the name Wild Goose Qigong, the word Qigong is difficult to understand. The new name really is more descriptive of what this exercise system is about. Wellbeing, self healing, self nurturing, follow these exercises to improve your lifestyle. Come and join us to balance your inner energy, learn to relax, be happy and develop your Wild Goose Qigong, your Wild Goose Wellbeing Skill.
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PLEASE NOTE: All classes are closed during the pandemic. However, you can browse this site and find videos to help you practise at home. You can also email us for more information, advice and updates.
- self help, self healing, breath control,
- mind and body exercise, meditation, mindfulness
- wellbeing, life enhancement, energy movement
- self nurturing, self cultivation, relaxation
Wild Goose Qigong - UK is proud to be the first UK group of Wild Goose Qigong Instructors and practitioners who are training in Wuhan, China with Grandmaster Chen Chuangang, the son of the famous Grandmaster Yang Meijun.
Based near Manchester, we teach the Original, Authentic, Accurate version that was handed down by Grandmaster Yang Meijun to her son, from declaring him her inheritor in 1988 until she passed away in 2002.
Most of our classes are in the North West, but we can arrange an Instructor if you are interested in a workshop or a taster session. Or if you are interested in teaching in your area, just contact us for details of Instructor training. Learn from the original teachings! email; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Gain new found energy, Feel Refreshed
- Learn how this self-nurturing practice can improve your wellbeing
- Let this powerful, self-healing system, developed in China, help you!
Learn the delightful Wild Goose Qigong 1st 64
This video shows the Grandmaster performing the 1st 64 at the age of 89! We start our beginners with this gentle relaxing routine.
More Qigong videos are available on our You Tube page, search for "Suejo Johnson" You will also find some more on the pages of this website.