Double Phoenix Five Element Qigong I (28 classes taught in Chinese language)

Double Phoenix Five Element Qigong I (28 classes taught in Chinese language)
This course is taught by Lorelei Chang in Chinese language.

The entire course contains 28 lessons on Qigong, body meridians based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Chinese characters, Chinese culture, history of Qigong and many forms of Qigong practices that was video typed during Lorelei's live teaching on zoom. The main Qigong form is Double Phoenix Five Element Qigong which created by Lorelei Chang and Mai Nakanishi. Each lesson is about 60minutes length, twice a week and it ran for seven months. The course has six sections follows the five elements theory of water, wood, fire, earth, metal and returning to the source of water along with teaching the complete set of Double Phoenix Five Element Qigong form.

The fee is reduced and very affordable. Lorelei hopes that more people can benefit from her teaching of this ancient practice. As Chinese herself, and study dance, Taijiquan, Qigong and Chinese calligraphy at very young age, she recognizes that her purpose in life is not just living this life fully but also sharing her passion and bring happiness to others. Through this entire course you will find that joy in her teaching and it's contagious. Enjoy your learning.

Please see the course outline below and email Lorelei Chang if you have any questions. This self-paced study will give so much knowledge on Qigong, body meridians, Chinese characters and history, it's learning from all aspect of this ancient practice. Hope you will enjoy this insightful course.

The word “Double” contains several meanings, it implies Yin and Yang, body and soul, and the twins,
Lorelei Chang and Mai Nakanishi (Zhang Li &
Zhang Yi) who created this Qigong form. They were born in the year of the Rooster which is better known as the Phoenix in Chinese zodiac; hence, they created the Double Phoenix Five Elements Qigong to symbolize their birth. They have dedicated their life time cultivating the art of dance, Qigong and Chinese calligraphy. They are perhaps the one and only pair of twins in China and the world who infused dance, Qigong and Chinese calligraphy, performing their unique work with live calligraphy paintings.

“Phoenix” is a legendary bird. Its beauty and grace are often depicted in Chinese art and culture. Lorelei and Mai artistically combine the Phoenix’s imaginary power with the Five Elements theory and one’s body meridians based on Traditional Chinese Medicine and interwove them into this beautiful Qigong form. Their intention is to help people tap into their deep consciousness through this form of Qigong practice and wake up their healing ability. The form is easy yet graceful, simple yet powerful. It flows from one element to the next with beautiful flow. The breathing exercises thread through the form and guide students to connect their internal awareness with external movements.

word “Dance”, “Wu”. This similarity connects the idea of Dance with the Five Elements. Movement is the very first language in our communication. It’s what we used to communicate with our mothers when we were in their wombs. It’s engraved in our cells, in our nervous system, our meridians, muscles, fascia, and tendons. It’s the very first dance we all did even before we were born. All babies subconsciously wriggled in the womb to communicate with their mothers. Indeed, we knew how to “speak” with our movements before we can even remember.In this form, we encourage all to explore your own primordial dance language to communicate with your own body, mind, cells, and with others as well as with nature. Through your unique style of movement tap into your world of somatic healing ability.

The Five Elements theory is a Chinese Philosophy describing the interaction and relationship between things. The Five Elements are Water, Wood, Fire, Earth, and Metal/Gold and are the basic elements of everything in the universe. The theory of the Five Elements first appeared in the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period (770-475BC). It is widespread in Chinese medicine, philosophy, Feng Shui, fortune telling, and martial arts etc. Each of the five elements has its own characteristics and is associated with aspects of nature, such as internal organs, directions, emotions, seasons, colors, tastes, different body parts, spiritual animals,
food and etc.

The Double Phoenix Five Elements Qigong integrates the characteristics of all the elements, emphasizing on bringing the harmony within the body, mind and heart/spirit with nature. Through exploring Double Phoenix Five Elements Qigong practice and embodied movements to help us tap deeply into our potentials and Shen (Spirit) subconscious mind.

Curriculum outline:

What do you expect to learn in this seven-month

-What’s Qi and Qigong? History of Qigong
-Qigong principles
-Study various Qigong forms
-Origin of the Five Elements
-How does the Five Elements relate to nature and self?
-What are the twelve primary meridians in the body?
-The process of Qigong movements to improve physical
strength, emotional overall well-being and spiritual
connection to higher force
-Awakening of cellular consciousness
-Exploring different ways of moving and the use of
movement as medicine
-Once a month session of Q & A with a short Qigong
-Self care with Qigong practice
-A taste of Chen style Taijiquan

Fee: $15 per session
Water Element Qigong for Kidney and Bladder: $45 for four 60 mins lessons

Wood Element Qigong for Liver and Gall Bladder: $45 for four 60 mins

Fire Element Qigong for Heart and Small Intestine: $45 for four 60 mins lessons

Fire Element Qigong for Heart Protector and Triple Heater: $45 for four 60 mins lessons

Earth Element Qigong for Spleen and Stomach: $45 for four 60 mins lessons

Metal Element Qigong for Lung and Large Intestine: $45 for four 60 mins lessons

Return to Source All Five Elements Qigong: $$45 for four 60 mins lessons

Special buy for all 28 classes for $250 (Save additional $65, total save $170)