Sat, 16 Sept|
Mountain Spring Monastery
Saturday Qigong Class (donation-based)
To support Mountain Spring Monastery, Binh is offering his Qigong classes (1 hour) for a 6 week course. All the money received from these classes will be contributed to purchase the land next to Mountain Spring Monastery - https://for-a-future-to-be-possible-mountainspringmonastery.raisely.com/
Time & Location
16 Sept, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm AEST
Mountain Spring Monastery, 2651 Bells Line of Rd, Bilpin NSW 2758, Australia
About the event
Mountain Spring Monastery is happy to be hosting a series of Qigong classes!
From 2p-3p, Limited to 30 spaces each week, registration required.
Binh Duy Ta (True Relaxing Spring) - After studying theatre & martial arts in Vietnam, he has continued in Australia. Under master Chen Yong Fa and sifu John K Saw guidance, Binh was granted the honour of being a qualified instructor of Lohan Qigong in 2002, entrusting him with carrying on the ancient traditions of Lohan Qigong. Binh taught Movement & Kung fu Workshop at The Scot College, Sydney Western University, Wollongong University, Bankstown Arts Centre & Blacktown Arts Centre. Binh has been practicing in Plum Village tradition for more than 20 years. He took his 5 mindfulness trainings in 2002 & became an Order of Interbeing in 2021.
GENERAL BENEFITS OF LOHAN QIGONG
● Strengthens the internal organs
● Exercises all the joints and muscles
● Activates the flow of Qi (intrinsic life energy) along the meridian
● Stress management by promoting balance and a relaxed attitude
All Donations received from this course will be contributed to purchase the land next to Mountain Spring Monastery