Nei Gong Yang Sheng
Two days in Compton Dundon with Damo Mitchell
April 1st – April 2nd 2017
Damo does not specifically class his teachings as a ‘medical’ form of Qi Gong. What this means is that the sole aim of what he teaches is not to serve as a form of alternative medicine. Instead he generally teaches an alchemical system that initiates change within the energy body and consciousness of the practitioner. As a by-product of this there are generally positive changes to a persons health but it is not the focus.
Despite this focus being made clear, attaining good health is often what students ask about and what many people place great importance upon. In order to help with this issue Damo will be teaching a two-day long event in the concept of Yang Sheng (nourishing life) according to Daoist principles. This term essentially means ‘healthy living’ and will be taught in relation to Nei Gong practice. For two days Damo will teach the medicinal sides of Nei Gong practice with an emphasis upon boosting the overall vitality of the body and building up the amount of Qi stored within a person’s system.
Various exercises will be used in order to teach the principles focusing largely on ‘nourishing’ type Qi Gong exercises as well as Nei Gong principles. As a base for other practices, Yang Sheng helps to establish a solid foundation in the body’s energy.
This is a level 1 course though the information will be relevant to all levels of Nei Gong and Qi Gong skill. Static and moving exercises will be used to study these principles. Note that rather than learning a ‘set’ of Qi Gong exercises; students on the course will study principles and take away a set of guidelines and practices which can and should be applied to all internal practices.
The course runs for two days from 9am until 5pm with a short break for lunch.
Course Venue: To Be Confirmed
Cost of course: 150 EUR
To book a place on this course please use the contact form on this site.
The Nei Gong process taught by Damo Mitchell and Lotus Nei Gong is a classical process and is, at times, very strong. For this reason we do not recommend that anybody with psychological disorders or those with serious medical issues/needs attend these events. There are many ‘medical’ Qi Gong schools out there that would be more appropriate for these kinds of needs. Nei Gong is also not suitable for pregnant women or anybody under the age of 18 years old. Lastly we reserve the right to ask any student to leave the training immediately if we deem the training to be unsuitable for them or a risk to their well-being.