The Eight Shakes Qigong

We are proud to offer this class by martial arts master David Wei in the traditional Chinese Qigong methods called "The Eight Shakes". Emotional trauma is normally addressed in one of two ways: Through the mind or through the body. Qigong works directly through the body in order to influence the mind. This Chinese method of working with emotional trauma has been used for thousands of years. This class assists us in processing emotional discomfort through moving, shaking, and massaging our bodies.March 13, 2021 1-3pm PST (11am-2pm HST • 3-6pm EST) $80 ($50 by March 1) ~ enter code traumaqigong30)

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    Earth Medicine Academy Waiver

    • Earth Medicine Academy Waiver

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    Trauma Informed Qigong

    • Trauma Qigong 01

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    • Trauma Qigong 03

    • Trauma Qigong 04



David Wei

• Wudang Zhang San Feng Pai, and a global instructor of Wudang Daoist wellness arts and traditional Chinese acupressure massage. • Under the direct guidance of Daoist priest, Master Yuan Xiu Gang, David completed over 11,000 hours of formal training at the Wudang Mountain Traditional Taoist Martial Arts Academy, China, in 2007, at which time he was accepted as a senior disciple. During those five years, David practiced internal martial arts, medical Qi Gong and meditation. • While in Wudang, he also trained under Master Du Yi Jun, a highly-esteemed blind master of Tui Na medical massage. David then became a certified Wat Po therapist from Wat Po Temple in Bangkok, Thailand, building on his previous training in Tui Na, Zen Shiatsu, Acu-oil, and Lomi Lomi at the Acupressure Institute. • Prior to Wudang, he trained in traditional Shaolin Gong Fu and classical Chinese brush painting with renowned Master Y.C. Chiang at Wen Wu School. • David has since travelled globally, conducting workshop intensives in China, Thailand, Bali, Czech Republic, Sweden, England, Germany, Canada, Mexico, Hawaii, and across the U.S. • In 2012, David founded the Wudang West Cultural Heritage Center, a 501(c)3 non-profit wellness ministry, based in Oakland, California, committed to the practice and preservation of classical Chinese healing arts.