New Year Retreat

December 28, 2017 to January 1, 2018


Many of my Qigong students have asked me: “Dr. Hu, when are you going to teach us Qigong therapy?” My answer is: “Each time you are practicing Wild Goose Qigong or Wild Goose meditation, you are also learning the healing system of Wild Goose.

Wild Goose Qigong/Meditation vs. Wild Goose Healing

Technically speaking, the therapy is based on the effective use of the practitioner’s Qi. In learning Wild Goose Qigong, you first start using the physical movements, and then together with proper breathing and specific awareness, you succeed in moving your Qi all over your body. This is the first stage of learning Wild Goose Qigong.

Based on this foundation, you are ready to learn Wild Goose healing. During this 5-day New Year retreat, we are going to teach you two important techniques:

1) How to create two Qi-fields—Through the training of “whole body movements”, you can already create a “whole body Qi-field”. What you need to learn is how to create another “Qi-field” outside of your body, and to make these two Qi-fields interact with each other.

2) In order to protect yourself from being influenced by your patient’s bad energy, you need to learn how to purify your own Qi.

Actually, these two requirements are also the important contents for those Wild Goose lovers who are not involved with their patients, but would like to learn advanced Wild Goose Qigong well.

Keep Your Mind Quiet & Your Body Relaxed

We all know that the healing process starts by having a peaceful and quiet mind. No matter whether you are healing yourself or healing others, you don’t need to be in a fighting mode. For Wild Goose lovers, the easiest way to quiet yourself, is to pay a little attention to the whole process of your lovely Qi Gong movements. How those circles are being formed and closed one after another, as if there is no ending.

How to Create a “Qi-field” Outside of Your Body?

1) Preparation: Practice “Playing the Qi-ball” (in three dimensions). b) Practice several “walking Qigong”, pay attention to those big circular movements. C) Practice selections from WG-1,2, & 9.

2) Practice WG-11 (Self-cultivation Qigong): a) Cultivate your Qi sensitivity. b) Turn Qigong into meditation in motion. c) Experience “Oneness with the Divine Universe”.

How to Purify Your Own Qi?

1) Bagua steps training (as in WG-3)

2) Practice WG-11: You need to be able to receive the Heaven’s energy from your crown, and get rid of the dirty and sickly Qi through the bottom of your feet (K-1). Try to make the “hun-yuan” Qi (mixed Qi) gradually .

Six+ Hours of Wild Goose Each Day

Enjoy six hours of instruction with Dr. Hu each day, with three hours in the morning, a leisurely break, and then three more hours in the afternoon. Sessions will begin at 9:30 on the morning of Dec. 28, and finish at 5:30 pm, except on the last day. On Jan.1, 2018, we’ll conclude our retreat at 3 pm.

Certificate for completion of 30 contact hours will be provided for those who have joined or who are planning to join the Wild Goose Teacher’s Training Program.


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Program fee:
$545 before December 10
$585 After December 10, space permitting

To hold your space for the retreat
Please send a deposit of $250 per person prior to December 10,
payable to Dr. Bingkun Hu. The balance of $295 is due prior to December 17.

Mail payments to:
Dr. Bingkun Hu, 2114 Sacramento St., Berkeley, CA 94702

To minimize the cost, we will not be providing lodging at this retreat. Berkeley and surrounding towns offer many options from motels, hotels and airbnb. For more information, please call Julie Wellings at 805-646-0068.

For more information about the retreat:
Please contact Julie Wellings:
or call 805-646-0068








This retreat will be held in Kensington next door to Berkeley

Arlington Community Church

52 Arlington Avenue
Kensington, CA 94707







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