Community Education Program

March 2017 – Qigong for Health & The Tao for Beginners

Qigong for Health: An Introduction Course

Saturday, March 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2017*

08:00 am – 08:45 am @ Quiet Room, Wongu Health Center
Fee: $40 | $32 for students, seniors, & veterans | $12 for single class
Registration form
*12 spaces available with minimum of 5 students

This is a meditation favorite because this method improves posture, respiration, and the ability to relax with greater ease. Qigong is one of the oldest forms of meditation and derives from ancient Chinese society. This art form of health and wellness uses breath to circulate energy through the body and energy centers. The focused combination on breathing techniques, movement, and meditation helps the individual to control their reactions to stress.

  • History of Qigong
  • Benefits of Qigong
  • Qigong Techniques: Introduction to Qigong, Body posture, Structure, Breathing, Explanation of dan tian along with first Qigong cycle
  • Q & A

Instructor: Donald Walker

Donald Walker is a student of Wongu University and has been studying Qigong and martial arts for more than 15 years. He has been studying Qigong under the tutelage of Sifu Henry Poo Yee (Now Grandmaster Yee) since 1996 as a formal member of Chinese Kung Fu Academy of Southern Praying Mantis Federation. The system of his Qigong derived from Kwong Sai Jook Lum Gee Tong Long Pai and is called “Tin Sing Gong” or “Practice of Heavenly Fulfillment”. It is the soft Qigong for Internal and Medicinal purposes. The hard format of Qigong within his system is called “Nong Gong”and is for the purpose of incorporating external energies into the Martial aspects. The soft and hard energies are coordinated into one balancing the other. He is currently a “Yup Sut Dai Gee – Inner Gate Student” and have been teaching for the past 5 years; two years in Las Vegas.

The Tao for Beginners

Eastern Medicine has been created from Eastern Philosophy and Religion. Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching may be considered the heart of Eastern Medicine. During our four, one hour, classes together we will read and reflect upon passages from the Tao in a seminar setting. This is a class for beginners although even advanced students of philosophy will find these passages inspirational.

Passages will be handed out in class. We will read and reflect upon them together, sharing together the profound wisdom that many have found life changing.

Saturday, March 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2017*

09:00 am – 09:45 am @ Intern lounge, Wongu Health Center
Fee: $40 | $32 for students, seniors, & veterans | $12 for single class
Registration form
*20 spaces available with minimum of 5 students

Presenter: Daniel Davies, Ph.D.

Daniel Davies, Ph.D., has lived in Korea of nearly 15 years. He has been a professor of religion and philosophy for over 20 years, teaching for the University of Maryland, University of Bridgeport, and Sun Moon University in Korea. Currently he serves as a professor of Asian philosophy at Wongu University as well as the president of the college.

For registration form, click here. Please contact Chau at or call 702.463.2122 for more information.

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