Dantian Drum Qigong - Introduction to 4 Part Series

  • Golden Drum 97 Green Street Apt G1 Brooklyn, NY, 11222 United States

Please attend an Introduction on Dantian Drum Qigong on Friday November 4th.

During this introductory night, we will be investigating Qigong (chee-gong), how it differs from Tai Chi Chuan, and what is this dantian drum. 

At this prelude and introductory night to our upcoming 4 part Dantian Drum Qigong course, Inoshi will introduce these topics, and demonstrate the difference between the practices of Qigong and Tai Chi Chuan. We will also have an opportunity to be led in a few Qigong exercises and have questions answered. 

Relevant material will be covered here that will be useful on orienting those that have an interest in joining the course. 

7:45pm   arrival time
8:00pm   start
9:30pm   end
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Teacher Bio

Inoshi Denizen is an Energy Wellness Practitioner, Perceptual Guide, and founder of Open Tai Chi and Unu, an East-West informed pan-cultural wellness community based in NYC of which he is the principal instructor. His credentials include multiple modalities, which he has combined into distinctive practice areas, providing safe, sensitive energy wellness therapy and guidance to numerous clients.

Inoshi appreciates and rests in a sense and sensibility of a free soul. He teaches from a place of refined creativity and encourages people to be open and adaptable, and to release their "isms".

He recognizes many teachers: from individuals, to life itself and what comprises it, atmospheres, cultures, energies, contexts, situations, entities, and other nodes of existence. Everything conceivable, and not, allows itself as a sharing point to our experience and understanding.

Many of his animate teachers have likewise been free souls who crossed paths and imparted their aesthetic, artistry, skill, resonance and vibration. Bohemian ~ Zen in nature, Inoshi suggests that any investigation into discipline must inevitably lead to play and interdependent freedom (instead of isolative freedom and restriction).

For more on Inoshi and his work visit http://u.nu/ and http://opentaichi.nyc