Move the Qi-Flow...

Inside Your Meridians plus Wild Goose Meditation-6

June 1-5, 2019

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Join Dr. Bingkun Hu for a week of fun-filled, rejuvenating Wild Goose Qigong and meditation. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to learn how to feel the pleasurable sensation of your own Qi circulating all over your body, either in a specific way (micro-cosmic orbit), or passing through any of the major meridian lines you desire. You’ll be able to relax and heal yourself in a lovely and close-to-nature hall, situated high above the bay in the quiet town of Kensington, just bordering Berkeley, from a highly-qualified master, at a very affordable price.

Welcome the Season of Growth

Summer is the season of growth. Hot weather naturally opens up the pores in your skin, making it easier for you to stretch out your whole body. Especially with the training of “reverse abdominal breathing”, you may even suddenly feel that you are able to use your awareness to move the Qi-flow in your meridian lines. When that happens, it will be a wonderful surprise. I believe you will cherish it for a long time.

Six Hours Each Day

Enjoy six hours of instruction every day with Dr. Hu—three hours in the morning, a leisurely break, and then three more hours in the afternoon. Sessions begin at 9:30 am each morning, and finish at 5:30 pm, except on the last day. On June 5, we will conclude our retreat at 3 pm.

How to use awareness to move the Qi-flow inside your meridians

Everyone who first learns Wild Goose Qigong starts by mimicking the movements. But we suggest that learners should not stay at this stage for too long. Once you have practice one set, or even half of a set of Wild Goose Qigong, you should start to pay attention to how to make your movements much more comfortable and how to make your movements more coordinated with your breathing. Everyone knows the three main ingredients in Qigong are movements, breathing, and awareness. But many people don’t pay enough attention to the following details

1) Why do we emphasize the learning of 3-D circular movement?

2) Why are movements and Qi-flow moving in opposite direction?

3) Why do we have to use reverse abdominal breathing in practicing micro-cosmic orbit?

4) Why do we need to learn Wild Goose movement in both 2-beat and 3-beat rhythm?

How to learn Wild Goose meditation-6

In order to deepen the effect of what we have just learned about reverse abdominal breathing, we are also learning some of Wild Goose meditation-6 in this retreat, including its well-known mantras.

30 Contact Hours

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 Full program cost before May 20
(with $250 deposit)

$585 After May 20, space permitting

To hold your space for the retreat
Please send a deposit of $250 per person before May 20,
payable to Dr. Bingkun Hu. The balance is of $295 is due before May 27.

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

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



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This retreat will be held next door to Berkeley at:


52 Arlington Avenue
Kensington, CA 94707







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