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Qigong Master to Offer Workshops in Hilo

August 17, 2016, 7:37 AM HST
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DR. LIU YA FEI

DR. LIU YA FEI

Big Islanders will have an opportunity to meet and hear from Inner Nourishing Qigong Master Dr. Liu Ya Fei from Beidaihe, Hebei, China.

Fei, a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine, will discuss this medical form of qigong on Monday Aug. 22, 2016, 7 to 9 p.m., at the UH-Hilo University Campus Board, room 100.

Her presentation topic will be the “Path to Health and Well Being.”

This lecture is free and open to the public.

Dr. Liu Ya Fei will also present at several lecture/workshops.

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The first will be at the Independent Physicians Association symposium at the Fairmont Hotel, Waikoloa, Aug. 19 to 21. Dr. Liu will be speaking to private sector physicians about the theory and practice of medical qigong. At the IPA symposium, Dr Liu will also demonstrate various qigong practices. A beneficiary of medical qigong will share with the IPA symposium the benefits he gained through qigong meditation and movements.

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Workshops for the general public will be conducted Aug. 24 to 26 in Hilo.

A fee will be charged for each of the three-day workshops.

Dr. Fei’s visit to Hawai‘i is being sponsored by HiQi4health of Hilo. HiQi4health is an organization made up of people interested in qigong who have attended tai chi and qigong meditation classes and training at the training base at Beidaihe, Hebei, China.

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The mission of HiQi4health is “to promote health and wellbeing through education about qi cultivation practices to both the community and health professionals.”

For further information, call (808) 961-6922 and leave a message, or email Jana Ching at [email protected].

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