2014 Summit of Qigong Masters

As you might have already heard, the 2014 Summit of Qigong Masters is happening right now. It is being held January 20 thru 25 online at QigongMasters.com/ngui. You are welcome to visit this website at any time to enjoy the video interviews with some of the leading Qigong experts in North America. Each day, interviews with two presenters will be featured and remain available at no charge for 24 hours.

Master Stanley Ngui will be featured Thursday January 23, 2014 speaking on Feng Shui and I Ching. Don’t miss it!

To register yourself or your organization, please email one paragraph description and your photo to qigongmasters@gmail.com. You can even include info about your upcoming events, which we will include in the calendar on our new site.

To attend the summit, please visit QigongMasters.com/ngui on Monday, January 20 and every day afterwards, as a number of post-conference programs with the presenters featured at the summit will be happening in that site for two more months.

Wall Street Journal Advocates Qigong

Increasingly popular in the U.S., qigong (pronounced chee-gong) has been found in recent studies to improve quality of life in cancer patients and fight depression. Other studies have found improvements in balance and blood pressure. But so far, there aren’t enough large, well-designed studies to constitute solid proof of any benefits, scientists say.

Read the entire article here.

Feng shui for Fall Workshop with Grandmaster Stanley Ngui

This was a wonderful sunny day. The attendance was great: a lot of our students had come, some Sifu James’s students, and even some new people.

During the course of the workshop, the audience was very attentive for the 3 hour period, and a lot of intelligent questions were asked. Seventy five percent of the audience was writing notes. 

Every person had an article to be blessed, and I did a mass blessing.

Questions and comments were:
When are we having another seminar?
When next are we having any kind seminar / workshop?

I think we must have a seminar for each season now. It was great to see such interest in Feng Shui and I’m glad all attendees learned some helpful things about how environmental energies can affect your life.

Thanks to all of you.
Stanley Ngui.

Asian Integrative Medicine Symposium Qigong

Day one at the conference… we started with a grea group of people with great energy!
Despite being held up and me showing up a bit later than planned, things went great. We got some energy moving and go to it.

We began by lowering the heart rate and centering the body.
We made a mind-body using intention and movement through pericardium eight aka laogong.

We talked abou how much influence the bodys posture and position can influence the mind.

Using this theory we put it into practice. Soft. Thorough energy.

Afterwards we continued to see workshops on gu sha, laser acupuncture, and scalp acupuncture.
Super informative and super exciting!

Our Days at the World Qigong Forum @ Japan

6:00PM – When I arrived in Japan, I was greeted by our guide and interpreter who was accompanied by Dr. Chow. We traveled directly to an authentic sushi restaurant and met there Dr. Xin Qi Ping, the major sponsor, and the vice chairman of the Qi Gong Association of China. We enjoyed a long dinner and great conversation that stretched on until the late evening.

9:00AM – The congress kicked-off with a general assembly held in a large theater. The speaking went straight through the day and finished with my talk.

6:00PM – The celebration begins! All of the masters spoke briefly, myself included. The evening carried on with dancing and mingling among the guests and masters. We all managed to understand each other despite three languages being spoken!

11:00PM = The party winds down and guests depart for the evening.

9:00AM – The workshops begin!

3:00PM – It’s time for my workshop which is fully booked. Attendees of my workshop report that they appreciated the link between science and logic.

6:00PM – The dinner and presentations begin! I receive an award for “The most impressive workshop”. The masters mingle and everyone has a great time. Dr. Xin Qi Ping is a very warm and gracious host.

9:00AM – My master’s workshop commences. In attendance are doctors and nurses which is a change from the previous workshop. The three-hour time slot finishes quickly. I wish I had more time.

12:00PM – A generous attendee offers to take Marisa Vocca and I on a tour around Tokyo. We saw some amazing sights and even participated in a ritual at a shrine!

10:30PM – After a big day out sightseeing, I arrive at my hotel in Shinjuku.

12:00PM – Marisa and I arrive at the train station where we dine on some amazing sushi, before departing for home.

I had an amazing time in Japan. My host took such great care of me that I felt like royalty. I met some amazing and beautiful people throughout my time there.

Nguistyle Qigong @ AIMS Toronto

This year we will again be attending the Asian Integrative Medicine Symposium in Toronto hosted by our good friends at Carbo Medical Supplies.

We will be teaching some aspects of our family style Nguistyle Medical Qigong for practitioners on Sept 27 and Sept 28.

We are looking forward to seeing all the many, many integrative medicine practitioners in Toronto and the kind of energy they bring to the symposium!

To find out more, check our events page by clicking here.

Stanley Ngui in Japan

Qigong Grandmaster and Traditional Chinese Medicine Stanley Ngui will be attending the World Qigong Forum 2013 in Japan. The event is world renouned with Qigong Masters and Traditional Chinese Medicine doctors, as well as other natural therapies.
He is very much looking forward to getting back in touch with Master Qin Xiping who had made his first appearance at the Toronto World Congress on Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2012, which was hosted by Master Justin Ngui and Grandmaster Stanley Ngui with the help of all of their Qigong students.

For more information, please see this post.

Traditional Chinese Medicine at Harborfront Toronto!

Traditional Chinese medicine is usually associated with acupuncture, herbs and massage, but it encompasses much more, says acupuncture specialist Adam Chen, organizer of the Chinese Medicine Experience on at the Telus Taiwanfest this weekend at Harbourfront Centre.

Afternoon seminars will address issues such as stroke prevention, allergy treatment and ways to manage menopause. Individual consultations start at noon and run until 8 p.m. on Aug. 24 and 6 p.m. Aug. 25.

Click here for link to Toronto Star article.