Guided by Rev. Song, Tai-chi & Qigong Master
2-5:30 PM, Saturday, March 24th
This is good for those who wish to polish your Tai-chi 10 form. Tai-chi Moving Meditation helps us not only to relax joints, muscles, organs, and nerves but also to find mental relaxation. This exceptional Tai-chi Master will guide you to elevate your practice through step-by-step instructions. Anyone who has had some experience with Qigong or Tai-chi will find this especially beneficial.
SPACE IS LIMITED. PLEASE REGISTER NOW!
SUGGESTED DONATION RANGE IS $40-$60. YOUR GENEROSITY IS APPRECIATED.
You can make your payment through PayPal ($45 minimum donation) or by mailing us a check to 8021 Old NC, 86 Chapel Hill, NC 27516 (Make check out to Won-Buddhism of NC).
Rev. DaeSung Song has practiced the martial arts of Taekwondo and Hapkido for 34 years, and has studied Tai chi, Baguazhang, and the healing internal energy arts of Qigong and Hatha Yoga for 24 years. He has won awards in international martial arts competitions and has taught in Korea, China, and the United States.
Rev. Song’s true skill comes through in his ability to teach students at all levels with humility and gentleness. He was fortunate to spend his early training with the Venerable Master Daesan (Third Head Dharma Master of Won Buddhism); this led him to serve as a Buddhist Chaplain in the Korean Army. After his service, Rev. Song majored in Won Buddhism and Meditation at WonKwang University, and then was ordained in 2001.
Rev. Song teaches acupuncture, sitting and moving meditation, and vital energy studies at the Won Institute of Graduate Studies. He integrates healing and meditation into daily life, aspiring to create an enlightened society through the care of mind, body and spirit.
· If you cancel 7 or more days prior to the workshop, your payment will be refunded in full.
· If you cancel less than 7 days in advance of the workshop, a nonrefundable credit toward a future NC Temple workshop program is available.
· No credit or refund is available if you cancel on the day of the workshop, or if you leave the workshop early for any reason.
For questions, please call us at 919-933-6946 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org