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Spring Forest Qigong

Spring Forest Qigong prepared the foundation of all subsequent classes that focused on Chinese Medicine, Japanese Meridian Therapy, and Thai healing arts. Studies with Chunyi Lin began back in the 1990's when his classroom was small holding less than one dozen students. The corporate environment no longer had any appeal after years of being at the desk at 7:00 a.m. and not leaving the office until after midnight. The work produced in those years are still referenced in other reports to this day but the work no longer brought joy. I found Chunyi Lin to be 'joy'. He radiated love and shared with his students. Chunyi would say, "Chinese Medicine is easy and anyone can do it." At that time I had no idea what Chinese Medicine entailed so sure I believed Master Lin and would simply do qigong. It wasn't until immersed in other classes afterward that I realized Chinese Medicine not only had tremendous depth but was vast and required a different way of seeing the world that has taken nearly thirty years to wrap my arms around. Upon the advice of Master Lin every client session has begun with Spring Forest Qigong opening Du and Ren Channels, removing blockages with Sword Fingers, moving Excess back into the Universe and Supplementing Deficiencies packing Qi into the body. Spring Forest Qigong as the basis of all treatment that found root all over Asia is what makes sessions different at BodyWorks.

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