So You Want To Learn More

November 23, 2015 0 Comments
Chinese Fan

Chinese Fan

I am often asked by students for resources to further their study of Tai Chi or Qigong.  My first response is always, “Find a teacher and a mentor.”  Nothing can replace the value of one to one and group practice.  You will find the Tai Chi/Qigong community is very open and accepting.  I emphasize, you should find a mentor.  Someone to practice with, to help you with corrections, and to guide you on your journey.

 Knowing my students are out looking on the Internet and that are thousands of videos on YouTube; I provide a link for my personal Qigong lesson archive.  It is unlisted so you will only have to access through the link I’ve provided.   These are lessons I have used for my personal practice or in my teaching.   (You know this, but I must remind you that you and you alone are responsible for your own health and well-being.  Proceed slowly and at your own risk.  I’m not your doctor or your mother).  B Goldin Qigong Lessons
  •  Tai Chi Productions has instructional DVDs available at very reasonable prices and with a promotional code of NOVSP40 you can get an additional 40% off through the end of November, 2015.  Tai Chi Productions videos are usually high quality and utilize an excellent teaching methodology.
  • Subscribe to YMAA Publications  Dr. Yang is an exceptional long-distance communicator and teacher.  I always learn something from his mailings and he frequently provides samples of Qigong movements through his emailing list.
  •  When you want to become a Qigong Geek, check out the Qigong Institute’s Web site.
  •  You can like my Facebook Page Live Long Qigong.

 

Any time you want to reach out to me with questions or comments, I’d be happy to help.  When you are ready to brag about accomplishments, I’d love to hear.

 I salute you as a peaceful and powerful soul travelling a path to well-being.  -b

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