BRING DOWN THE HEAVENS! QiGong, Yin Yang, 5 Elements & More


19Apr2018
4201 Bigelow Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA. 15213

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Gain better health and transcend patterns of suffering with this ancient Chinese flow practice.

7:00pm Event begins. Doors open at 6:15pm for light reception and CASH bar.

Venue: The Twentieth Century Club
FREE parking in UPMC lot across the street!

4201 Bigelow Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA. 15213

Ready to gain better health and transcend patterns of suffering?

This will be a brief lecture followed by a demonstration and group flow practice for those who would like to try it, then Q&A. The practice is not required if you want to just watch.

Join Dr. Susan Amorose in a workshop designed to introduce you to the Tao Yin form of QiGong [chee-kung], a six-thousand year old Chinese flow practice closely resembling the more highly-recognized Tai Chi. It is a holistic system of healing that combines coordinated movements, breathing, and meditation. The practice originated in China and is traditionally viewed as a way to cultivate, circulate, and manage life energy, or qi (chi) by recognizing our special role as humans possessing consciousness combined with free will in tethering the energies and intelligence of the cosmos through our unique awareness.

We "bring down the heavens" as we cultivate the flow of qi or life essence within our bodies, unlocking our minds and connecting our spirits toward greater capacity and flow. We join the energy of the cosmos by drawing it through us and bringing it forth here on earth, all the while honoring our divine role as the tether, the conscious, therefore uniquely sacred connection between heaven and earth. Learn to ground, clear, and sense energy as well as move it through your body and energy field or aura, to produce greater well-being, increased vitality, and potential in all areas of living.

Learn about the basic postures and breathing of the Tao Yin Five practice, the impact of Qi flow within the major five yin organs, the five elements associated with these organs, as well as the seasons, colors and natures of these. We will explore the nature of Yin and Yang, assertive and receptive forces within us and at work in the world around us.

Susan M. Amorose, DMQ, RMT, holds a doctorate in the Ancient Chinese practice of Medical QiGong [chee-kung] and is a clinical practitioner, certifying instructor, curriculum designer and speaker for integrative healing and alternative therapies, including Reiki, QiGong, Yin Yang theory, Sacred Geometry, oils, essences and meditation. Susan is a certified Reiki Master Healer and certifying Teacher of the Usui Shiki Ryoho System.

Susan’s professional path has permitted her the privilege of work and travel throughout the globe. She has a wide range of intercontinental colleagues and students, and therefore, a faceted perspective on both healing approaches and solutions at the personal health and well-being, cultural and enterprise levels.

Combining proven approaches of the East and West, Susan’s practice offers private individual therapeutic sessions, as well as specializing in customized healing integrated with coaching and mentoring sessions to provide less compartmentalized and truly holistic results in every area of your experience. She offers workshops and seminars dedicated to more Conscious Living, Consciousness in Leadership and Team Consciousness Development using the principles of energy and dynamics within enterprise environments and organizations toward strengthening teams, grounding initiatives and developing strategies. These approaches toward better and more collaborative environments, habits of awareness and responsiveness within the workplace and the populations are delivered in a grounded, relatable fashion which serves the multiplicity of our modern environments.

Her most recent Far Eastern travels have included Japan, China, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore.

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