Pangu Moving Form



The Moving Form is the basis of Pangu Shengong, and takes about 20 minutes to complete. It is a very simple form using hand movements and visualization. Anyone can perform these movements, no matter their physical condition. This exercise cultivates Qi, and is designed to promote health, vitality, balance and a sense of well-being through the strengthening of the Life Force. It is the prerequsite for all the other parts of the Pangu Healing system. It is the only form  Sarah teaches. Master Ou comes to Nashville at least once a year so you will also have the chance to learn directly from him. MORE…

Sarah also offers energy healing using the Pangu Method. It is one of several methods she offers, and it is very powerful.

When you learn the Pangu Moving Form, you will learn the basic principles and how to do the moving form of Pangu Shengong. You will get a basic understanding about how and why Pangu Shengong brings great benefits to people. I will then issue you Qi or energy and you will receive a Moving Form Card and Master’s Ou’s card. Both cards are directly from Master Ou. You will be registered as a Moving From student with the Pangu Shengong International Research Institute (AKA Pangu Culture International Research Institute).

Please visit Master Ou’s web site at www.pangu.org.

Compared with other forms of Qigong, Pangu Shengong has several outstanding features which make it ideal for anyone:

  • It is easy to learn and understand.
  • Practice produces immediate effects.
  • Only 15-30 minutes is required for each practice.
  • There are no restrictions as to age or ability. It is available to everyone.
  • It is a complete, self-contained system for health and well-being.

If you wish to make an appointment, or find out more on Pangu Shengong Moving Form or a Healing Session, please fill out this contact form, or write me at sarah@bodyandabodehealing.com

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"The highest goodness resembles water

Water greatly benefits myriad things without contention

It stays in places that people dislike

Therefore it is similar to the Tao"

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Lao Tsu, Chapter 8, Dao de Jing

 

 

 

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