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  • $85.00 – Program Tuition / Inscripción completa en USD
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  • $60.00 – Subsidized Tuition

Date & Time Details: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm with a two-hour break for lunch. Only light snacks and tea will be offered.

Location: Casa Werma

DETALLES DE FECHA Y HORA: 8:00 - 19:00 con un descanso de 2 horas para la comida

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Taoist Qigong Level 2 / El nivel 2 del qigong

con Acharya Dale Asrael

March 25, 2018

Taoist qigong is a spiritual discipline that cultivates body and mind simultaneously. Originally called taoyin, which means ‘guiding the flow of internal energy (qi), it has been practiced for over two thousand years in China. Laozi, the founder of Taoism, was said to have been the first to practice techniques of conserving, gathering, cultivating, nourishing, and transforming energies that are the source of a healthy body and a clear mind.

 The techniques of Taoist qigong were systematized during the Han dynasty (3rd century BCE to 3rd century CE) by the father of Chinese medicine Hua Tu. From then on taoyin, or qigong, has been incorporated into Taoist spiritual practices up to the present day.

The techniques of Taoist qigong can be divided into three categories – outer, inner, and secret.

  • Outer qigong focuses on physical strengthening.
  • Inner qigong focuses on nourishing the internal organs and gathering and conserving energy.
  • Secret qigong focuses on dissolving the duality of mind and body to merge with the primordial energy of the Tao.

No spiritual discipline is complete without integrating its formal practices into everyday life. In this respect, Taoist qigong advocates a lifestyle of simplicity and moderation, encourages the cultivation of generosity, compassion, and wisdom, and fosters the development of honor and respect for ourselves and the world.


  • Talk: The Xiantianwujimen and Yiquan Qigong Lineages
  • Introduction to Xiantianwujimen and Yiquan Zhangzhuan
  • No prerequisites


  • Talk: The Triplex Unity and the Energetic Map of the Body
  • The Nine Self-Massage System
  • Twelve Devas Tendon-Changing System
  • Prerequisite: Level 1
About Dr. Eva Wong:

Eva Wong, author and translator of 13 books on the Taoist arts of health, meditation and qigong, is the 19th-generation lineage carrier of Xiantianwujimen Taoism and 3rd-generation student of Wang Xiangzhai, founder of the Yiquan martial arts and Zhangshuan (standing qigong).  

For more information about Seven Stars Taoist Training, please visit Dr. Wong’s website:



Acharya Dale Asrael
Dale Asrael, growing up in a suburb of Washington, DC, studied music and dance and, even as a young child, ruthlessly searched for answers. Through her Jewish ancestry, she learned to celebrate the sacredness of life and, simultaneously be aware of the depth of human suffering. After completing university studies in film and Eastern religions, Dale moved to Canada in 1970, disheartened by the Vietnam War. Shortly after she took Refuge Vows at the Kagyü Center in Vancouver, British Columbia, Dale heard reports of a “revolutionary young lama” who was teaching about chaos and wisdom. She journeyed to Boulder to…
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