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Radiant Lotus Qigong for Women

September 13, 2010 by  
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The dawn of a new day...growing Radiant Lotus Qigong with a little help from my friends

There was a time when Qigong was only known to a special few in China – martial artists, monks, Traditional Chinese Medicine doctors, and the wealthy and elite who were privileged to hold the secrets to longevity.

Today, Qigong is spreading, making slow and steady progress around the world, though many still cannot pronounce the strange word.  (It is, by the way, pronounced “chee-gung”!)

If you were to ask someone on the street in North America what Qigong is, they might say it’s an “old person’s exercise” as the slow, gentle, better-known Tai Chi comes from Qigong and is deceptively powerful despite its gentle pacing.

In China, Qigong is used by TCM doctors to heal patients when they channel energy to the person who is ailing.  Patients normally also get a “Qigong prescription” that helps them to hasten recovery and healing. Participation can often make a big difference in recovery time, while also empowering the patient to be more involved in their quest for health and longevity.

The Radiant Lotus Women’s Qigong (RLWQ) program is especially helpful for women who are undergoing difficult changes in their health, whether due to challenging cycles or hormonal issues that cause menopause symptoms…although these conditions by no means define the full breadth of RLWQ.

RLWQ addresses the uniqueness of each women and offers options for releasing old energy patterns in the body while invigorating the body’s natural immunity.  Emotional health is addressed as much as the physiology of a woman. The response has been incredibly positive in terms of how many women are integrating RLWQ into their lives, and receiving positive results.

We now have several certified teachers with more who will graduate this coming year in Toronto, Costa Rica and USA. If you are interested in teaching this program in your area, please check on my site for the 2011 certification schedule at www. RadiantLotusQigong.com. The Qigong for Cleansing certification for both men and women will also begin next year.  For more info, please email Daisy.

Warmest Aloha,

Daisy

Comments

26 Responses to “Radiant Lotus Qigong for Women”
  1. Olga Pchelintseva-Mares says:

    Dear Daisy,

    Congratulations on expanding your perspectives by having such helper like Lynn. I’m soooo happy to know that you might not be doing fliers at 4:00am in the morning instead of sleeping. This is truly such a great news!

    Much love,

    Olga

    • daisy_lee says:

      Aloha Olga,

      Thank you for your kind thoughts. Unfortunately, Lynne got bucked off a horse and injured her spine. She is learning to walk again and is slowly but surely making progress. Thanks for your love and prayers for her, dear Olga.

      Much Love and Light to you always… <3

    • daisy_lee says:

      Aloha Olga,

      Alas, Lynne is the friend who got bucked off the horse. She is out of rehab now and doing better though. Thanks for your kind wishes, but the 4 am fliers still hold true for me. :) Much Love and Light to You Always, ~ Daisy

      • Olga Pchelintseva-Mares says:

        Hello Daisy,

        I’m happy Lynn is doing better. I will pray for her and I will pray that you have help for yourself soon as I know how much you need it.

        Sending you angelic hugs and kisses,

        Olya

  2. irit dekel says:

    Hello I would like to learn yours Qigong,wher can I find you.
    Iam from Israel,and can come to Europe

    • daisy_lee says:

      Hello Irit,
      I will be teaching in Europe this summer…Germany, Spain, Poland and Amsterdam. Which city are you likely to go to? I will share with you the organizer’s contact information so you can receive more details about the programs. Is there one in particular you are interested in?

  3. Kathaleen says:

    Daisy

    I have just returned from the Qigong for women at Blueberry gardens.

    Thank you for being who you are and for sharing your energy, your compassion and your wisdon.

    Tomorrow is day #1 of 100.

    Kathaleen

    • daisy_lee says:

      Dear Kathaleen,
      Thank you for your kind thoughts, and so happy to hear that you’ll be trying the 100 days of practice to see what can unfold with your health. I look forward to hearing of your progress!

      Wishing you much peace, joy and radiant health always,

      Daisy

    • daisy_lee says:

      Hola from Spain, Kathaleen! I trust your 100 days are going well! Warmest Wishes ~Daisy

  4. Sifu Perhacs says:

    Hi Daisy, Sifu Perhacs here. I’m glad Qigong is now creating waves in today’s world. Just like you, this energy must be also widen its perspectives. We need people to have more understanding of it. Thanks.

    • daisy_lee says:

      Hi Sifu Perhacs,

      Thanks for your kind thoughts. For me it is a joy to teach how Qigong supports healing potential and to inspire people to practice. We are all doing our part to make a difference in the world. Take care and my best wishes to you in all you do.

  5. Ida McCarty says:

    I would like to receive information re: 2014 workshops in Hawaii or anywhere on the Mainland. I live in Tucson, AZ and am very interested in learning/practicing QiGong. Throughout many years I have been a student of Yoga and TaiChi; I will celebrate my 78th birthday in March, 2014, and have a very strong feeling that QiGong is next in line for me.

    Thank you for your kind consideration to this email. Namaste, Ida McCarty

    • daisy_lee says:

      Dear Ida,
      How lovely to meet you by email for now and happy 78th birthday soon! Yes, Qigong is a wonderful art whose primary focus is to get or stay well in order to enjoy more of life. I think you will find this peaceful practice a joy to learn and grow with. I will be teaching programs throughout the US, Canada and Europe this year if you would like to check my calendar for updates. Are you interested in longer programs such as the Self-Healing Intensives for Women in North Carolina, or our Qigong Study Trip to Thailand in September? The former is a 7-day program, and the second a 12-day journey to Chiang Mai. Let me know your needs and I will email you with further information. Until then and always, my very best wishes for your most radiant health. Warmly, ~Daisy

      • Ida McCarty says:

        Good morning to you, Daisy Lee, and thank you for your prompt reply!
        The idea of going to Thailand sounds wonderful but as a beginner, would the North Carolina program be more appropriate for me? Or is there a “beginner’s retreat/workshop” offered at any time? Please send me whatever information you believe is in my best interest.
        Thank you again for your reply… I sincerely look forward to experiencing this new adventure! Namaste, Ida McCarty

        • daisy_lee says:

          Dear Ida,

          I will email you information directly so you can make a choice as to what is better for your needs. I do think the North Carolina program would be a good idea if you would like to learn the women’s qigong with greater depth. If you want an adventure though, then the Thailand trip may be the answer. It is highly appropriate for beginner’s as you receive massage and healing treatments as well as learning Qigong each day. The purpose of the NC program is for teacher certification (if you have the pre-requisities), but it is also available for those who wish to join for self-healing. More details will be in the flyer I send to you though, so you can review the info and decide what is best for you.

          Regardless, I look forward to meeting and sharing Qigong with you this year. :)

          Warm Regards,

          Daisy

  6. Suzanne Norton says:

    Any trainings in the U.S. coming up? I am a Qigong teacher in Missouri and find your style the closest to my style of those I have researched and learned under. I would love to receive teacher training from you but can not travel great distances at this time.

    Suzanne

    • daisy_lee says:

      Dear Suzanne,
      I just finished my teacher training in North Carolina before coming to Europe to teach. Unfortunately, I don’t have any immediate plans for another teacher training in USA until next year, though I’ll be doing one in Germany next month, and another in Australia in November. I will keep your name on my email list for next year’s programs. Take good care and my best wishes as you continue to share your teaching.

      Warm Regards, Daisy

  7. Karen Truman says:

    I have wanted to take your Radiant Lotus Qigong training ever since hearing about it. I have the DVD and love it. I have trained with Dr Roger Jahnke at the Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi, and have earned my 200 hour teacher certificate. I am currently teaching classes in both Qigong and Tai Chi…but I am extremely interested in your Radiant Lotus Qigong for women. I have not been able to get to the training yet, but am still hopeful. I had planned to come to Melbourne, but things have not worked for that trip. i am hoping you will be teaching more of this in the coming year and look forward to your 2015 calendar. I really want to become certified to teach Radiant Lotus here in St George Utah…so I will be watching and hoping you can put me on an email list for 2015 for Radiant Lotus for sure…as well as other trainings you offer. Thank you so much for all the wonderful work you do….Warmest Regards, karen

    • daisy_lee says:

      Dear Karen, I only just discovered your email here – so sorry I didn’t answer until now. I hope we have a chance to meet in the near future at a training. My next RLWQ training will be in Virginia in May…working on details now and will update my 2016 calendar soon. By any chance do you know Kimerly Wagstaff in Utah…she is one of my certified instructors in that state and is also on FB if you’d like to connect with an instructor that is somewhat close by. Take good care and my warmest wishes for a joyful and healthy 2016!

  8. Julianne Boger says:

    What kind of fan are you using for the fan form? I am using the metal spoke kind. My fan spokes keep coming apart. I have tried to glue them, use double sided tape, and finally ended up sewing them on the fabric.

    Also the metal stays are very hard on my palm. What are your suggestions?

    Thank you for your help.

    • daisy_lee says:

      Hi Julianne, The RLQ Fan Form was shot with a metal fan…but I highly recommend using a bamboo fan instead. It will be lighter and easier on the palms. Sometimes the grinding is not optimum in the manufacturing process, and the only thing I have found to help with that is to use surgical tape on the palms. I hope that helps. :)

  9. Rodelyn Adante says:

    hi, Daisy. You have a one good blog there. In case you can still remember me, I’m the one who chatted with you in AT&T and assisted you. You have a great travel in Europe! I would love to hear from you. Send me an email. :)

    • daisy_lee says:

      Hi Rodelyn! I just noticed your comment here – thanks so much for writing and also for your kind support at AT&T! I’m soon on my way to Costa Rica now and trust you are doing great. I hope you have a chance to practice Qigong with me one day. Until then, my very best wishes to you for 2016! :)

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