Sunday, June 4, 2006

MINI-WORKSHOP IN ASHVILLE, NC

Swimming Dragon Qigong

  

 

In this workshop you will learn Swimming Dragon Qigong, an ancient Taoist form that imitates the serpent-like movements of a dragon swimming in the sea.  When practiced 20 minutes daily, this simple one-minute form balances the metabolism, glandular secretions and circulation of blood, lymph and body fluids, while promoting life-long health and inner peace.

 

Reputed to be the most effective Qigong for balancing body weight, the sinuous movements of the form help control the appetite, slenderize the waist and mobilize fats and toxins into lymphatic drainage.  It keeps the spine and joints supple and pain-free, and massages the internal organs for an overall tonic and rejuvenating effect. 

 

Note:  Please wear loose clothing and eat very lightly before workshop

 

Time:  Sunday, June 4, 2006, 3:00-5:00 pm.

Place:  46 Vine Street, Asheville, NC, Tel: Vivien Gold 828-691-6916.

Cost: $30.

Reserve Your Place: Call Dashi at 305-776-0760 or Vivien Gold 828-691-6916.

DVD: 45 minute Instructional DVD by Dashi available at workshop- $25.

Directions:  From downtown Asheville go north on 19/23, exit #25 (UNCA), turn left on Riverside Drive (keeping the river on your right), go about 1 mile, turn right on Vine Street (one block after Woodfin Ave), house is on the left with bamboo forest. 

Visit www.asianhealingarts.org for more information.  To receive Dashi’s email calendar of workshops, email your name, address & telelephone to info@asianhealingarts.org.

 

 Text Box: Dashi Chu Kocica, AP, is an Acupuncture Physician and China-certified Qigong Instructor specializing in Asian Movement Arts and Self-healing.  Dashi teaches and lectures on the healing benefits of Qigong, Taiji Chuan and yoga at home and abroad, and is author of 8 DVDs/videos on fitness and rejuvenation.  She is the Educational Director of the Center for BioTherapeutics in Miami.