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10-weeks Course : Qigong Yin Therapeutic Movement (Every Wed: 9:00 - 10:00am)

10-weeks Course : Qigong Yin Therapeutic Movement
Every Wednesday mornings (9.00 - 10.00am)
10 Sessions (19, 26 May; 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 June ; 7, 14, 21 July)
 
This is a 10-week course to introduce the new sequence of Qigong Yin Therapeutic Movement. This is a practice that combines Qigong and Yin into one integrated practice. The key benefits are :

1. Qigong helps in blood circulation 
2. Yin helps in releasing tension in the body
3. Emphasis of breathing in the practice that improves chestwall
4. The practice focuses on releasing tension in the shoulders, pelvis and lower back. 
5. Meditative and practice of mindfulness and concentration for the mind.
 
Join us to learn both Qigong and Yin to get the most benefit from this practice.

Pricing with 72-hours video viewing
10 Sessions: Early Bird $150 (by 16 May) | Usual Price $200
Single Session: Early Bird $20 (by 16 May) | Usual Price $30

Event

Event Date 19-May-2021 9:00 am
Event End Date 21-Jul-2021 10:00 am
Cut off date 21-Jul-2021
Location Zoom

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Online Education

Want to review some class content? Rent one of the videos below to find specialised content about your topic of choice.
 
Shot in front of a live audience, these videos feature Victor speaking to an expert on a variety of topics. Find tips on improving your yin yoga practice or see poses you can do in the comfort of your own home. 
 
Once you purchase the video through Gumroad, you will be able to stream the videos within the platform at your convenience. Happy viewing!
 
We will reserve the right to update the videos at our discretion.
 
Yin Yoga for Digestion and Nutrition

How should we eat to maintain good health? Besides looking at the nutrition value of food, it is the idea of a life-force diet. This is a way of eating to feed the body with food that are bio-active. In this workshop, we will discuss the Yin & Yang of food, how to bring more nutrition to our diet and how we can have a keen eye to choose food that has more life-force in them.
 
Jointly facilitated by Mr Wong Kee Yew, our nutrition advisor from The Veg School and Mr Victor Chng, Yin Yoga teacher, join us in learning more about this fascinating topic.

Zoom Meeting Recordings


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Terms and Conditions
 
Purchasing the Gumroad videos: Customers will have 30 days to stream (not download) the video files. Once you click "play" on a video file, your access to this file will expire in 72 hours.

About Victor Chng

Victor began his yoga journey in the late 1990s. It is during this time that he felt stressful with working life and found yoga to be a great way of stress relief. Under one of his teacher's encouragement, he took his first teacher training in Singapore under SVYASA in 2002. As a Mahayana Buddhist, Victor has always been keen on yogic philosophies and went on to India to seek some of the elder students of the legendary Krishnamarchay of Mysore. They include TKV Desikachar, A.G. Mohan & Srivasta Ramaswami.

In 2004, he met Paul Grilley, who taught him anatomy and presented a yoga practice which was later known as Yin Yoga named by Sarah Powers. Yin Yoga was first developed by Paulie Zink, who was a martial artist champion in the US and taught movements for ligament extension as preparation for chinese martial arts.

Victor began full time teaching since the end of 2004 and first developed a training on yin yoga in 2005. This training was done all over Asia, including Japan and China. Victor is the first Yin Yoga teacher in Asia who conducted training. Today, he has developed his own system of yin yoga training and practice by integrating Daoist philosophies, Buddhism, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Yellow Emperor Inner Classics to help students understand a deeper dimension of the yin practice. He also incorporated Qigong, an ancient energy movement developed in China, into Yin Yoga.

Victor’s teaching adheres to the three foundational principles of Yin Yoga
(1) Grounding
(2) Holding
(3) Relaxation

You may contact Victor at [email protected].