Qigong for Spinal Health

with Eva Wong

October 25th—October 26th (2025)

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  • $200 Program Price
Room: West Loop Shambhala Center, 37 N. Carpenter St.

Spinal problems are now a common health issue in modern society. These problems not only cause physical pain, but can affect the functioning of the nervous system and the flow of energy (or qi) in the body. There are three aspects to spinal health - physical, internal, and energetic.
Physical health of the spine is defined by its mobility,
flexibility, strength, and alignment.
Internal health of the spine is defined by the effective
functioning of the nervous systems located along the spinal column. A misaligned spinal column can have negative effects on digestive and respiratory functions, as well
as the potency of sexual arousal.
The third aspect of spinal health is linked to the
energetic pathway, the Du meridian, that runs parallel to the spinal column. This energetic pathway is responsible for circulating cerebral spinal fluid from the base of the spine to the top of the head. This spinal fluid is now believed to be critical to learning and memory.

In this program, we will use the qigong practices of Xiantianwujimen to address all three aspects of spinal health. The participant will learn how to use qigong forms from levels 1 to 4 to repair, improve, and enhance spinal strength and mobility that contribute significantly to our physical, internal, and energetic health.

Requirements: qigong 4