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Saturday, April 1 • 10:00 - 11:45
Raising the Phoenix'- What is Taoist sexual energy cultivation anyway?, Tora Crockford

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The beautiful 'Raising the Phoenix' Qigong form is informed by Chinese meridian theory and supports improved function of the female endocrine system.

Practiced as a series of flowing movements connected with the breath, the form aligns with other Taoist Qi cultivation methods in a higher intention to support the conservation of special energy known as jing. Jing is the creative, generative essence that builds Qi to nourish our vitality, both physical and spiritual. Jing is produced by the sex organs, major players of the endocrine system and is connected to hormone production and regulation.

Understanding the role of the endocrine system helps us work in harmony with our natural cycles towards a greater sense of well being.


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Tora Crockford

Ziran Qi Gong
Tracie has qualifications in array of movement modalities including ballet, contemporary dance and yoga. She has worked in both the Health and Creative industries and has a special interest in reconnecting people with nature for improved health and wellbeing.


Saturday April 1, 2017 10:00 - 11:45
*Heartspace - Santos Garden Rear of Building, 51-53 Burringbar St, Mullumbimby NSW 2482

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