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Practice Group

After 4 consecutive years of everyday 5-elements group practice, we have decided to bring the everyday practice to an end. At the same time--it is just too good to quit!

So--we are happy to announce the start of a weekly 5-elements focus practice group.

Every Wednesday morning, join in for an hour, the 5-elements healing movements followed with meditation led by Master Jim Nance.

Start date: TBA (contact us)

"My primary motivation for signing up for this practice group was to find the structure to help me build and maintain consistency in my practice, and to open my heart more to the Divine. I have gotten all that and so much more. In sharing his wisdom Master Jim Nance points out different ways of looking at the lessons we’ve learned from Master Lin and Spring Forest Qigong.  It’s a very rich experience to dive into these fresh thoughts and discover how much guidance they offer." -Liz

Upcoming start date:

Wednesdays 8-9 am (central standard time)
via LIVE teleseminar with Master Jim Nance

The Morning Schedule:

  • 8:00- Activating Qi warm-up

  • 8:10- Moving the Yin and Yang

  • 8:15- Breathing the Universe

  • 8:20- Connecting Heaven and Earth

  • 8:25- Connecting with Your Body's Energy

  • 8:30- Connecting with Your Heart's Energy

  • 8:35- Harvesting the Qi

  • 8:40- Begin Meditation

  • 8:55- End meditation

  • 9:00- End of session

"Master Chunyi Lin's contribution is truly significant; centuries of dedication and sacrifice by all of the teachers and masters who came before are behind this beautiful offering." -Master Jim Nance


We are honored to be with this practice group each morning; learning and growing together. We would love for you to join us!

" I love bringing in each energy and color, exploring the information and intelligence, and then expanding it all from our hearts into our homes, neighborhoods, and the world.  These are very simple and very profound activities.  To experience marking our space with positive energy that can be felt by all is very humbling and also fulfilling." --Nancy

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