This qigong form promotes qi and blood flow in the body, helps keep joints and spine flexible, strengthens the muscles, calms the mind, and balances emotions. It is called the Jin Jing Gong 14. The name refers to practices that stretch and strengthen the tendons to open the meridians and align the posture.
Much like a standing yoga, the Jin Jing Gong 14 has Buddhist and Daoist aspects. A standing meditation is integrated into this form to teach us how to balance activity and rest and give us an embodied sense of being one with the universe.
There are fourteen focused, meditative movements coordinated with the breath, and visualization that connects us with the wholeness and healing power of nature. We learn to expand our sense of connection and inner spaciousness at the same time.
We are going to present the whole form in two 2-hr intensives and in two formats so you can choose what’s best for you.
The first is an in-person intensive on Saturday and Sunday September 26 and 27, outside at a local park with proper distancing. The second intensive is online. We will then continue to refine and practice the form through the fall in shorter online practice sessions.
Instructors: Kamala Quale and Guru Hari Khalsa
Dates of Intensives: In Person: Saturday and Sunday, September 26 and 27,
Online: Saturday and Sunday, October 3 and 4
Times: 10 – noon am Pacific Time
Place: In Person: local park – exact location given upon registration
Online: via Zoom
To Register: Contact Kamala – email@example.com
$50 for new comers and $35 for those repeating
$85 to attend both in-person and online intensives
You can use Paypal or send check to Kamala at
966 Lorane Hwy, Eugene OR 97405