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Dayan Qigong
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Havelock North & Napier
Hawke's Bay
06 835 6418
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Jennifer Leaf - 06 835 6418
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Wild Goose (Dayan) Qigong (pronounced chee-kung) system, like tai chi, is a moving meditative exercise. It’s based on principles of traditional Chinese medicine, balancing internal energy with nature. Learn various forms to improve your health & well-being. Begin any time. Evening classes held in Havelock North on Monday evenings and Napier on Wednesday evenings. For more information or to register contact Jennifer Leaf, Authorised Instructor at 835 6418, 021 298 6740 or jleaf@paradise.net.nz and check out www.tsegigongcentre.com
Community Group Types
Community Group Types
Community Group TypesStatusDetails
Health and Disability Support Groups and Contacts Yes All abilities can participate in Dayan Qigong and the instructor has extensive experience working with older adults and those with varying disabilities.
Fitness and Recreation Yes Regular practice improves overall health & well being. Learn specific exercises to address balance, coordination, relaxation, arthritis, backaches, etc. . Quality instruction by authorised instructor of Dayan Qigong through Tse Qigong Centre.
Links to other sites, e.g. government, health, legal, consumer etc No www.tseqigongcentre.com
Updated: 2 Feb 2010
Style: Dayan means Wild Goose. Qi means energy and gong or kung means work. This system originated in the Kunlun Mountains of NW China where the Bar-headed goose is known for its longevity. The lineage of the Dayan system is over 1800 years old and is based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) balancing internal energy with nature.
Updated: 23 Feb 2010
Special Features
Special Features
Benefits from regular practice may include, but are not limited to:
Balancing the body holistically
Improving posture, core strength & balance
Increasing the relaxation response & improving mental clarity
Living well longer
Updated: 23 Feb 2010
Languages Spoken
Languages Spoken
English Yes
Updated: 23 Feb 2010