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Sept. 5 & 6: Radiant Lotus Qigong in LA

August 30, 2009 by  
Filed under Travels

daisy-red-rocks-1-w300-h300Join me at Elevate Films Studio in downtown LA for  1 1/2 days of self-pampering Qigong!

Hosted by the very talented filmmaking duo Mikki Willis and Nadia Salamanca, this is an opportunity to share Qigong in a gorgeous, conscious-media space filled with creative energy and heartfelt intention.

(NOTE: 2 workshops – one for women and one for both men and women)

Radiant Lotus Women’s Qigong (Women Only)
Sat., Sept. 5, 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. Cost : $100

Qigong for Cleansing and Rejuvenation (Men and Women)
Sun., Sept. 6, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. Cost: $60

Attendees of the Women’s Workshop:
There will be light healthy snacks available and
you can bring your own lunch or go to a nearby restaurant.
(We will give recommendations)

To all attendees:
We recommend you bring your own water bottles which you can refill at the studio.
Wear comfortable clothing you can move in.

Pre-pay through paypal to radiantlotus@gmail.com.
or bring cash or check the day of the event.

Location:
Elevate Studio
711 S Olive St Suite 601 (rooftop penthouse)
Downtown LA, CA 90014
Cross streets 7th and Olive

$4-$6 parking in the lot next to the building or street parking
Metro Red Line stops at 7th St/Metro Center or Pershing Square

For more info contact Daisy at radiantlotus@gmail.com
Websites:  www.radiantlotusqigong.com and www.elevatepresents.com

Comments

5 Responses to “Sept. 5 & 6: Radiant Lotus Qigong in LA”
  1. Aussie Bushman says:

    A sales area for future classes is covered in the google calender, I notice… but is a chore for many people to chase thru it to work out whats what……have that for sure. . .but a dot pointed WHAT HAPPENING IN THE FUTURE. . .a place to put the Study Tours to Thailand, China, Bhutan etc. . . and a dot point when in which countries may be useful also… and people can find it INSTANTLY..

    What is done as RRs www site is great. .. but now what I say is from how it is found as a person trying to find:>>> where you are….>>>>> and whats on…

    Keep up the great work. . .
    Just LOVE
    ~sam

    • daisy_lee says:

      Dear Sam,

      Thanks for the constructive thoughts. I hope my recent update has taken care of the China and Thailand trip details, and will hope to get to the calendar update soon. It is sometimes difficult to get to everything while on the road teaching, but I will do that soon.

      Wishing you peace and joy always,

      Daisy

    • daisy_lee says:

      Thank you for your constructive thoughts, Sam. I will try to make some time to take care of that so that it’s easier for practitioners to know when I’m close by in their area.

      Wishing you peace and joy in all you do,

      Daisy

  2. Tory Heasley says:

    I was introduced to you, Daisy Lee, by a good friend of mine who lives in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. She mailed me your video and a cleansing diet. I am familiar with qigong because my husband and I were seeing a Chinese qigong doctor/healer – Dr. Liu in the Los Angeles area. My husband was scheduled to have surgery on his neck and a friend directed us to Dr. Liu My husband did not need the surgery after seeing him for awhile and learning exercises. I am at a point in my life where qigong would be very helpful to me. I am 65 years old and still working and, I recently have experienced “panic attacks”. I am truly excited to be introduced to you by way of your video and website.

    • daisy_lee says:

      Dear Tory,

      Thank you for sharing you and your husband’s situation with me. I’m so happy to hear that he didn’t require surgery, and that he is on the mend with Dr. Liu’s support. Doctors in China traditionally prescribe specific Qigong movements unique to the patient’s condition that will help enhance healing and give a sense of empowerment to the individual. How wonderful that your husband has such a doctor in LA.

      I hope you find the cleansing routine helpful as a number of my students have used it for stress relief and reducing anxiety…more than one practitioner has gone off anti-anxiety, as well as anti-depressant drugs from regular practice of this routine which only takes about 10 minutes to do once you learn the set.

      Take good care, Tory, and I hope that we will have a chance to meet and share Qigong in person one day.

      Wishing you and your husband best wishes on your healing journeys,

      Daisy

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