• Ancestral Wisdom
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  • Physical Healing
  • Qigong

Qigong Self-Care Training: Moving Meditation & Vibrational Self Healing

with Kathryn Davis


A Weekly Series
(4 Sessions) Mondays, November 15 – December 5, 2021, 7:00 – 8:15 pm ET

Qigong practice functions as an integrated foundational practice to achieve balance and well-being. The energy moves internally to dissolve accumulated stagnation, while the accompanying physical movements work to de-stress and calm the nervous system, while the breath helps to clear the mind.

The practices of Qigong Self-Care training have been chosen from Traditional Chinese Medicine, Buddhist/Bodhisattva teachings, and Taoist practices for health and longevity. All blended in and easy to do self-care practices. This series includes traditional routines for restoring and revitalizing the organs: heart, liver, kidneys, lungs, etc., and for regulating the circulation of blood and lymph.

The practice routines will include:

Washing the Buddha:
The introductory routine of Jade Body Qigong will include:
– Crane Breathing to move lymph and regulate circulation.
– Focus on awareness to integrate the radiant healing energies of the earth and cosmos in support and sustenance of your personal energetic system.
– Enhancement of the existing flow of energy by bathing vibrational healing light into the tissues of your body, while washing away energetic blocks that can cause stagnation and disease.
– Rotation the vertebrae of your spine gently, to increase flexibility and function.
– Bathing the heart to heal the past and become present.

Turtle Longevity Qigong:
This routine is a generational tradition of Taoist Qigong Master, Wang Zhe Shong which includes:
– Meditation in three phases of movements to integrate the vibrational principles gleaned from the long-lived sea turtles of the deep.

Soaring Crane Remedy Routines:
– Discharging Turbid Substances from the Liver.
– Tonification Stance for the body.
– Daily practice for circulation on internal Qi (vital life energy of the body)

Note: You will need to have water to sip as needed, wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely, a chair or pillow to sit upon and a piece of natural wood to assist in cleansing.

Note: This program will be offered online. Sessions of all our online programs will be recorded and shared with registrants after each is completed for 90 days.


  • Here is a short video demonstrating the practice: https://vimeo.com/553594275
  • You will be provided with a link to a survey that will communicate your needs and strengths to the instructor.
  • You will have two opportunities to join Kathryn’s Morning Practice Sessions, (Live on zoom),
  • Receive a link to view a short home practice video each week.
  • Receive “A Qigong Primer for Practitioners” (PDF) and an audio meditation for relaxation.
  • Receive a link to view a video “What is Qigong.”
  • Receive a video of a Qigong Global Summit that took place earlier this year

During the free introduction session on November 1, you will learn the mantra of Essence Qigong and sample the accompanying moving meditation of the form. Essence Qigong was created by Chen Fu Yin, Qigong Master, MD, Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Pre-watch descriptive video “What is Qigong” HERE.


  • Prerequisites: N/A

  • Supplies list for the class: You will need to have water to sip as needed, wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely, a chair or pillow to sit upon and a piece of natural wood to assist in cleansing.

  • Zoom Software Requirements: This is an online course that requires Zoom webinar software. Zoom is easy to use. Click HERE to make sure your computer is set-up correctly.

Qigong Self-Care Training: Moving Meditation & Vibrational Self Healing

  • 4 Session(s)
  • Nov 15 2021 7:00 PM ET





Kathryn Davis, who has 30 years’ experience as a teacher of qigong and other meditation and energy healing systems (including: Reiki, EnergyFieldology™, Toltec shamanic healing and the Cherokee-based Sandlin Technique), is certified by the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine and has engaged in extensive study in both the U.S. and China.


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