Like Tai Chi, Yi Quan is both a healing art and a valuable technical resource for martial artists. Yet, unlike Tai Chi, it does not require learning a long and complex choreography. In this sense, it’s more like Qigong.
However, body training is only half the answer. Yi Quan also includes sophisticated methods of healing imagery to train mental focus, relaxation, inner peace, and connection with nature. And while this may involve courageous self-exploration and facing inner resistance to change, the outward impacts are numerous and consequential!
You’ll learn what constitutes “safe” breathwork practice, who’s qualified to offer breathwork professionally, and how ethical practice is monitored in this burgeoning and diverse field. The various techniques that will be presented are easy to learn and non-invasive, and you can use them at home for free. Like a dedicated healer, the breath is always available to you — accessing it doesn’t require fancy equipment or physical prowess.
Energy medicine is based on the premise that physical, mental, and behavioral issues are third-dimension manifestations of the body’s subtle energies — and can be treated at the root cause by addressing not only your physical being, but by also working with your emotions, past trauma, and connections to others, both past and present.
As you attune to the factors that are clouding your energy, you discover a portal to release challenging energetic buildups and blockages arising from stress, illness, or difficult relationships.
New science-based research shows myriad ways that we are interconnected energetically, while also supporting the different forms of energy medicine that promote healing.
During the Energy Medicine Summit, you’ll learn how to access and activate the electromagnetic web of your body for therapeutic purposes