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Living in Harmony Meditation Course

By Master Dr Lan, Cape Town, South Africa

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What is Living in Harmony Meditation?
Living in Harmony Meditation is a form of meditation that teaches an individual to be in peace and harmony with oneself and all surroundings. By being in peace & harmony with oneself and surroundings one start to recognize and seize stillness in oneself and life. In Harmony then become one’s life.

Meditation and qi gong techniques that will be taught during the 6 Week Course:
Sitting Meditation
Normal crossed legs, Half Lotus, Full Lotus (for those that can do full )
Lying down and sitting on chair for those that cant sit crossed legs at all
Observing the body
Observing the mind
Observing the breath
Peaceful Mindset of the body
Peaceful Mindset of the mind
Peaceful Mindset of the breath
Mindfulness of the tan tien area ( centre of a human person )
Natural Breathing
Abdominal Breathing
Mindfulness of body movement and stilness
Observing energy,form and sound
Harmony of body,mind,breath,energy,form and sound

What to wear - Comfortable and loose clothes
What to bring - Cushion/Pillow and Towel/Blanket. And open mind.
What to expect during classes -Warmth,Unity, Peace & Harmony

About the facilitator:

Master Dr Michael Lan
Dr Lan has had many years of training in different areas of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Martial Arts, including Acupuncture, Tui-Na Massage & Bonesetting, Moxibustion, Cupping, Chinese Herbs, Tae Kwon Do, Kenpo, Kung Fu, Wing Chun, Wu Shu, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Hsing-I and Pa Kua. He started out studying TCM, which he combined with training in the soft Martial Arts branches over a period of 8 years in South Africa, with further training in London and Beijing. His South African studies also included extensive practical community work in the townships and extensive teaching at the University of Cape Town. Interestingly, Dr Lan actually started out in the hard martial art forms before he commenced his studies. He realized that he was not finding enough peace and balance in the hard systems of his Martial Art training, which is when he decided to specialize in the soft, internal forms such as Tai Chi. He learned Tai Chi, Hsing-I and Pa Kua from a well-known Taiwanese Master, Dr Lin, who in turn learned from the legendary late Professor Cheng Man Ching from China. Prof Cheng was also responsible for introducing Tai Chi in the West in New York during the 60’s and 70’s. Alongside his TCM practice, Dr Lan then went on to spend another 6 years learning the art of Tai Chi, before he started teaching professionally. He started introducing and later popularised Tai Chi as an internal Martial Art system to South Africans, which was round about 1996, and has since given many lectures and workshops on how Tai Chi can help address and alleviate various stress-induced ailments in the body and assist in balancing one’s life. Many South African Health and Wellness magazines and TV programmes has since interviewed Dr Lan for his vast knowledge and expertise. He is also the official representative in South Africa for The World Tai Chi & Qi Gong Federation, and organizes the annual Tai Chi & Qi Gong Day in Cape Town.

For bookings and enquiry please contact ursula on 021 4225608 or email info@jing-an.co.za



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Working Hours:
Monday: 08.30 – 17:30
Tuesday: 08.30 – 17:30
Wednesday: 08:30 – 17:30
Thursday: 08:30 – 17:30
Friday: Closed
Saturday: 09:00 – 13:00