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Tai Chi with Master Li
Stuart Olsen Lecture on the 250-Year-Old Man
Taoist Horse Stance with Master Campbell
Dao Yin with Master Rath
Qi Fit and Medical Qigong Oct 2013
a few words about Master Michael Leone. I was looking for someone who could help instruct me a little bit more in depth in the world of Qi Gong and how it works, not just the movement and the breathing.
He’s definitely the right person for that. He’s well versed and well trained. He will help you understand the basics, and give you a better understanding of how you can go about helping other people learn about Qi Gong. How it can benefit their health, themselves, their friends, their family, and everyone around them. If you’re looking for something like that, I would highly recommend Master Campbell and Master Leone’s services."
~Kevin Clark, Chief Instructor, President of America’s Martial Arts Institute, Medical Qigong Instructor, Kileen, TX
at Zen Wellness on February 6, 2010. In my time there I have learned life skills I will keep forever in my mind and body.
Although my primary focus was Kung Fu, I have also participated in several Qigong classes, both of which have benefited me greatly. I am so thankful that I have discovered the importance of understanding how to cleanse my chi; knowing what that means alone, is a benefit in itself. To me it is a process of filling my heart, body, mind and spirit with purifying thoughts through various forms of meditation and movement.
The most important lessons I gained from training are the fundamentals of dedication, hard work, strength, honor, respect and courtesy. All of these will help me in my pursuit of success in my acting career and personal life. By attending classes I have completed the development of a new perspective on life and the way I move throughout it. I now approach life with a new mentality that I learned in class; “by telling myself I have already achieved something, that solves half the battle.” Although I am grateful for all of these things, I am most thankful for my Kung Fu skills.
~Andrea Ridgeway, Actress, Los Angeles, CA