Updated: Mar 4, 2020
If you are a Sadana Center student it is likely you know about Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong and if not you can read more about it below.
Many Qigong sets in China are named for the qualities and purpose for which they are designed. The Dragon analogy refers to the agility and flexibility of a flying dragon.
In Chinese medicine, the Dragon represents a strong, healthy heart.
I believe Fire Dragon Qigong has the possibility to make a radical positive change in your body. It is simple, effective and fun to learn.
Sometimes you may experience a lack of energy, depression, grief, sadness, exhausted or uninspired.
Those are feelings, as human beings, we can experience sometimes in life.
When that situation happens is because the body's life-force energy is blocked.
Our energy flow affects how we feel, how we think, and the overall condition of our health situation.
Through the practice of Qigong, we can fix those body imbalances.
If you ask our students how they feel after the practice of the Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong, one of the answers is: “I feel energized”, “in balance” and “in peace with myself”.
If you want to increase vitality and prevent illness join me on February 29th where I will be teaching the workshop “Qigong to ignite your Inner Fire".
In this workshop, in particular, I will introduce you to the Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong.
We will be doing, among other movements, the rising dragon. The rising dragon represents the rebirth of new life energy.
The form works directly on the meridians, awakening areas of stagnation and bringing the physical and emotional body into a balanced state of well-being.
The body meridians are energy channels 'transporting' life energy (Chi/Qi) throughout the body.
Whether you want to recharge your current practice or learn it for the first time this workshop is a great way to create a daily practice ritual to keep your body energetically fit and healthy.
In this video, you can view a demonstration of the Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong form that embodies the spirit of the rising dragon, an auspicious symbol of transformation in Chinese culture.
I hope you can join us for this deeply nourishing and transformative experience.
Heal your heart! Let your inner fire ignite!
Explore the rest of our Sadana Center blog for more advice on your Taichi & Qigong practice as well as tips for a healthy lifestyle.
Love & Qi healing!!!
Master Shifu Orlando Schiaffino.