Article by Sara Hasslen
East Suburban Resources is bringing Chunyi Lin, International Qigong Master and founder of Spring Forest Qigong, to Stillwater in October.
Master Lin holds a master’s degree in holistic healing and is co-author of the #1 Amazon.com bestseller, Born a Healer. He is also co-author with Mayo Clinic physician, Nisha Manek, of a chapter on Qigong in a medical school textbook, The Textbook of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, second edition.
Since coming to the U.S. in 1995, Master Lin has helped nearly 100,000 people learn about the powerful, healing benefits of Spring Forest Qigong.
The word Qigong (pronounced chee-gong) literally means the study of transforming or manipulating energy. Albert Einstein established the principle that “Everything in the universe is comprised of dynamic relationships of energy.” Energy cannot be created nor destroyed, but energy can be transformed.
Spring Forest Qigong (SFQ) is a simple, efficient, and effective method for helping you transform energy to manage and reduce stress, heal physical and emotional pain, and enhance the quality of your life and the lives of others.
Anyone and everyone—regardless of age or ability—can practice the techniques of SFQ to become healthier and happier.
The SFQ Method increases oxygen uptake for stronger muscles, soothes your nervous system so you feel content and serene, improves metabolism, aides in weight control, gives your organs an “inner message” to slow the aging process by restoring them to healthy/optimal functioning, clears your mind for greater mental clarity and creativity, and lubricates your joints for pain-free movement and greater flexibility.
Master Lin’s presentation will be on Friday, Oct. 25, from 9 a.m. to noon at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, located at 1616 Olive St. W., in Stillwater. This presentation is hosted by East Suburban Resources (ESR).
Founded in 1964, ESR is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with developmental/intellectual disabilities or autism by helping them develop life and job skills; and attain employment in their communities. ESR is located in Washington County with program sites in Forest Lake, Stillwater, Oakdale and Cottage Grove.
For more information, contact ESR Director of Operations, Sara Hasslen at 651-351-0190, extension 22. Join us! Call with credit card info or send a check to ESR – 1754 Washington Avenue, Stillwater, MN 55082. Fee is $35 for one attendee or $25 each for two or more. Advance sales only. Space is limited.