Saturday, February 25, 2017

Q&A


What is the origin of Radiant Lotus Qigong?

“Radiant Lotus” is actually Daisy’s Toisanese name “Yim Lin.” Named after her Great Aunt Lin Oi (“Lotus Love”), a kung fu teacher and compassionate healer in southern China, Daisy began to fully appreciate the name her parents had given her at birth when she deepened her Qigong practice. Daisy saw the pristine lotus blossom rising up through stagnant, murky waters as a symbol of every person’s ability to overcome their deepest challenges ¬†by accepting and letting go of the past and embracing the light within. The death of her first husband and both her parents inspired her to return to her native culture to learn safe, non-invasive practices that boost natural immunity as well as prevent and treat ill health. She found her answers in the 5,000-year old self-healing art of Qigong.

The foundation of Radiant Lotus Qigong is a philosophy of compassionate action, positive self-reflection and leading by example with gentle strength.

What is RLWQ and how is it different from other forms of Qigong?

Radiant Lotus Women’s Qigong is a branch of Radiant Lotus Qigong that was created by Daisy after years of study with different Qigong masters who addressed women’s health concerns with their own unique branch of Qigong. She took what she felt were the most effective parts of each system and united them under one roof. RLWQ combines Chinese,Tibetan and western energy concepts to address menstrual and hormonal imbalances, breast and uterine tumors/cysts, emotional ups and downs, menopausal symptoms and more.

The Radiant Lotus Qigong for Women (Level I) is now on DVD and contains a Shaking & Cupping routine that wakes up the body’s immunity and discharges stagnant qi. It also includes a simple but comprehensive Self-Massage routine that focuses on breast and uterine health, Vibrational Sound Healing from Tibet that breaks up blocked energy from the inside out, and finishes with the Kwan Yin Closing Movement to bring women back to their loving, compassionate nature.

Other techniques taught in Daisy’s program but not on DVD include a pressure point sequence to enhance whole-body health, a beautiful, graceful form that opens up the body’s energy flow, a balancing movement for overall mental/physical/emotional balance, and a lotus meditation to quiet the mind and balance the emotions. The techniques can be used together or on their own to address specific health issues unique to women, and form a complete program of empowered self-care.

Does Daisy offer private Qigong health consultations?

Yes. Daisy’s private Qigong health consultations are a transformative tool for her clients. Students and clients often say she tunes in to a frequency that is outside the realm of modern medicine. She can often get to the root of a client’s health issues and is able to offer nutritional modifications, emotional guidance, and Qigong exercises specific to each person’s needs. Her goal is not to heal her clients, but to empower them to heal themselves. See Testimonials for more information.

Can I be bring Radiant Lotus Qigong to my area?

Yes. Daisy can teach Radiant Lotus Qigong in your state or country if you have substantial enough interest to warrant her traveling to your area. Please contact her to learn more.

Do I need to be certified to teach RLWQ?

There is a 50-hour Certification Program for women which allows qualified graduates to teach Radiant Lotus Women’s Qigong, Level I. Candidates must have a solid foundation of Qigong knowledge and teaching experience as well as commit to 100 days of personal practice after the 7-day intensive. Would-be teachers must also pass an online exam after the 100 days of practice. ¬†If you are interested in applying for teacher training, Contact Daisy for more information.

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