Lee Holden Leads Qigong Training at Eastover
Jun 29, 2016 06:14PM
“This program will not only help participants focus on their aches and pains, but will be a journey into life-force energy, or qi, leading to an awakening of the self,” Holden says. “They will emerge with resources, tools and techniques for health, healing, longevity and a deeper connection to life itself. Through this program, they will truly become experts at working with qi and life-force energy. Whether they want to delve deeply into their own personal energy practice or want to become qigong teachers, this training will infuse them with light, energy and a deep connection to their unique purpose.”
Holden says he discovered the healing power of qigong and tai chi after they helped him recover from injuries that nearly sidelined his varsity soccer career at the University of California, Berkeley. Today he is an internationally known instructor in meditation, tai chi and qigong, as well as a licensed acupuncturist, herbalist and author. His popular library of qigong DVDs has made him a fixture on more than 105 PBS stations throughout the United States and Canada.
Holden’s August 7-12 session is part of a training program that includes various levels of practice. If you want to become a certified instructor, weeks like this at Eastover are part of the curriculum. Participants can also receive 48 Continuing Education Units from California Acupuncture Board per week of training.
To register or for more information, visit Eastover.com.