Qi Gong


~ Medical (Health) Qi Gong Training Series ~



The Chinese Health Qigong  Association from China


Hosted by    Mei Jin Lu , School of Eastern Philosophy

Date:        Friday, April 30th – Monday, May 3rd, 2010

Location: Hyatt
Morristown at Headquarters Plaza

3 Speedwell Avenue,

Morristown, New Jersey, USA 07960


    Friday Evening April 30- Special Open House Evening
5:30pm – 10:00pm

Free!      Open to the public
Opening Ceremony *Lectures * Demos *
RSVP: or 973-887-2255



MAY 1, 2, & 3 - Saturday ~ Monday



Day 1 - Wu Qin Xi Training     Saturday, May 1,   10:00am – 8:00pm

Day 2 -Yin Jin Jing Training  Sunday,    May 2,  10:00am – 6:00pm

Day 3 -Ba Duan Jin Training  Monday,   May 3, 10:00am – 6:00pm



Upon completion of the training, each participant will get an official certificate


     Cost: $99.00 per day, $250.00 for three day package


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Please send your check, payable to Mei Jin Lu with your phone number on the top of the check to:

Mei Jin Lu

Mt. Tabor Healing Center

999 Tabor Road, 2nd floor

Morris Plains, NJ 07950



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Ø      What is Qi Gong?

Qi Gong is an internal Chinese meditative practice which uses slow graceful movements and controlled breathing techniques to promote the circulation of qi within the human body to achieve optimal health. Qigong, sometimes pronounced “chi kung” is a 5000-year-old Chinese tradition that incorporates both still and moving forms, with more than 10,000 styles of qi gong and 200 million people practicing around the world outside China.

Wu Qin Xi

Ø      What is Wu Qin Xi Qi Gong?

Wu Qin xi is a classical Qi Gong that was designed by Hua Tuo (110-207A.D.), known as the Father of Chinese Medicine. The exercises are also known as Five Animal Frolics or Five Animal Play. The five exercises correspond to the five Yin and five Yang internal organs in Chinese Medicine. This is one of the earliest set of qigong exercises that was practiced in China.

Hua Tuo observed the movements of animals in creating these exercises to promote health and longevity. Two of his disciples lived to the ages of 90 and 100.

The five animals are tiger, deer, bear, monkey and bird. Practicing this form frequently will enhance the balance of your organs to strengthen the healthy conditions of your body. Some of the postures require balancing on one leg, like yoga,  and the movements are very graceful.


Yi Jin Jing


Ø      What is Yi Jin Jing Qi Gong?

Yi Jin Jing is one of oldest and most practiced styles in China. It is also called the Changing Tendons Exercise. In Chinese Yi means change, Jin means
"tendons and sinews", while Jing means "methods". This form aims at strengthening the muscles to promote strength, flexibility, and balance so the harmonious qi
will flow through the meridians hence the body is free of diseases. This exercise pays great attention to the coordination of movements, respiration and mind so as to
 guarantee that qi circulates freely and smoothly. This timeless teachings from the ancient martial art master have been considered the key to long-lasting youth. It is
 one of the most well kept Martial Arts technique of the Songshan Shaolin Monastery. The term Yi Jin Jing can be translated also as regeneration of the Body and Tendon -
Transformation and Marrow-Purification method. It is beneficial for back, shoulder pains and all arthritic stiffness and joint problems.

Ba Duan Jin


Ø      What is Ba Duan Jin Qi Gong?


File:Baduanjin qigong edit1.jpg Ba Duan Jin is one of the most common forms of Chinese qigong used today, practiced in all parks and schools in China. Ba in Chinese means “eight”, Duan means “piece”, and Jin means “brocade”-  Eight Pieces of Brocade, Eight Section Brocade, or Eight Silken Movements and other such names of this form generally refer to how the eight individual movements of the form characterize and impart a silken quality (like that of a piece of brocade) to the body and its energy. The figure from the left was from a painting of a qigong master of Qing Dynasty, practicing Ba Duan Jin.

This thousands-year old qi gong (some historical literature dates its existence back nearly 2,150 years), is very popular among the Asian people for its simplicity and flexibility. There are different postures such as sitting or standing; each section can be practiced on its own. The word “eight” not only refers to the eight movements, but, also indicates the multiple elements of the qigong that are inter-restricting, inter-relating and in repeated cycles, each movement targets a specific organ or health need. One can say Yi Jin Jing focuses on maintaining healthy Tendons, muscles, bones and skin, while Ba Duan Jin concentrates on the strong and healthy functioning of the internal organs, especially helpful for those suffering from chronic illness.


Ø      Who are those Qi Gong for?


It is for EVERY ONE, young, old, well, sick. People in good health augment and strengthen their wellbeing, and sick people boost the body’s vital force and get healed. It is also very beneficial for Holistic healing physicians, like Acupuncturist, Chiropractor, Physical therapist, and mental doctors like Psychotherapist, Psychologist, as well as for all types of Energy Healers, like Massage Therapist,  ReiKi masters, Teachers, Writers, Tai Chi, Yoga, Meditation, Martial arts practitioners, etc.

Although Qi Gong was introduced to the Western world a few decades ago, it has been gaining popularity in the United States and Europe recently. Many hospitals and rehabilitation institutions have incorporated this healing art form into their therapy programs.

For those who sit or stand in one position for lengthy amounts of time, it is important to learn and practice qi gong to give your body a “break”. When Qi is stuck inside your body, you will feel stuck both physically and emotionally. The key to keeping a healthy body is to let the Qi flow through your body, bringing and maintaining vitality.


Ø      What’s the training fee? (see payment method at the top)


$99 for One Day Only

$250.00 for Three day Session

10:00am – 6:00pm each day

In order to make this training affordable for everyone, we have worked very hard to get the best tuition plus this incredible accommodation. 


Ø      What’s after this?


Upon completion of the training, each participant will get an official certificate that is issued by the most prestigious qi gong organization in China – China Health Qi Gong association.



Like Yoga, Tai Chi and most of the healing exercises, qi gong has to be practiced frequently. In order to help everyone stay on a regimen, there will be free practices on Richard Bryce the weekend, held at Frelinghuysen Arboretum

53 East Hanover Avenue Morristown, NJ 07960

The goal is to master the art and bring total health to your body. In the year of 2011, a team of qi gong practitioners will be led by Mei Jin Lu to represent United States at the annual Qi gong performance/competition held in China.  Besides Hong Kong, Japan, some eastern countries and many European delegations, there haven’t been any teams from United States as yet. You can be a member of the first team! The cost of traveling to China will be subsidized by the sponsoring organizations. Who wouldn’t want to get an amazing trip to china out of this? So, go for it!



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You can still pay at the door, but there will be a $10.00 handling fee, in addition to the tuition because of the hotel agreement.


Give yourself a treat to bring health and healing to your precious body!



Mei Jin Lu, Mt. Tabor Healing Center
999 Tabor Rd., Morris Plains, NJ 07950
Phone:  973 887-2255 or Email or