Thousand Hands Buddha Qigong
Thousand Hands Buddha Qigong Form
Experience calmness through movements and hand positions called mudras which are learned and practiced by Buddhists and depicted in historical artwork throughout Asia. This Liu Family Qigong form is practiced in a seated position, suitable for all ages (beginning at age 7) and typically takes between six and eight hours to learn.
The method is known to prevent the heart from “galloping away” helping one to overcome stress and maintain the memory. This form is considered a superior spiritual healing Qigong method gently leading the practitioner into a deepening state of silence and peace, a little at a time.
This Qigong form is practiced in a seated position,
suitable for all ages (age 7+) and typically takes between six and eight hours to learn.
Meet Your Teacher
Qigong practitioner and teacher, Karah Pino has a Clinical Master’s degree in the four branches of East Asian Medicine:
– Herbal Formulas
– Shiatsu Massage
When we practice observing our own reactions, we can better understand the nature of our instinctual patterns and can learn to respond thoughtfully and creatively.