Cloud Hands Qigong WorkshopOctober 14, 2014
taught by Juanita Lew November 1st & 2nd 2014
Cloud Hands is the beginning set of Nui Gung (Internal Cultivation) which builds a foundation for both health and further Nui Gung. The Cloud Hands consists of five relatively non-strenuous movements along with a quiet seated meditation. These traditional Taoist exercises help the body to maintain good health and increase vitality. The time required for practice will fit into anyone’s schedule. This class is open to people of any age. No previous Qigong experience is required.
It is Juanita Lew’s great honor to have been Master Share K. Lew’s wife and partner for 34 years, as well as co-teacher for over 30 years. Juanita has dedicated herself to follow in Master Lew’s footsteps teaching the Tao Ahn Pai as Master Lew wanted it taught. Before Master Lew’s passing in July 2012, Juanita was told, “you must be teach. “
Master Share K. Lew was 94, a Taoist priest with over 70 years experience in the traditional Taoist arts. Part of Master Lew’s education took place at Wong Lung Kwan, a Taoist monastery in the Luo Fo mountains near Canton, China where he studied for 13 years. During that time he trained in the full range of Taoist healing and martial arts. At the core of his training was the secret system of cultivation know as Neigung. Master Lew was the first person to openly teach authentic Taoist Neigung to non-Chinese, beginning in Los Angeles in 1970. Master Lew’s monastery style, the Tao Ahn Pai (Taoist Elixir Style), dates back over 1,300 years to Lu Dung Bin, who was born during the Tang Dynasty, and became one of the Eight Immortals of Taoism.
Date: Saturday and Sunday, Nov 1st & 2nd 2014
Time: 10:00 to 5:00 pm, with lunch break
Location: Lewiston — Quiet Tiger Studio (108 Marine View Court)
Reservations: Pre-registration is encouraged as class size is limited. Please send a deposit of $100 to reserve a space. Class size is limited. Write checks to Juanita Lew, address to David Pankey, 108 Marine View Court, Lewiston ID 83501
Contact Dave Pankey with any questions.
208-750-5216 —– firstname.lastname@example.org