My first contact with Qigong, was while I was in New York in 1995 till 2000, As a young dancer, I was taking dance classes close by the area called “china town” and I was often mesmerised by the mainly old age Chinese Women and Men practicing Qigong in the middle of the busy city.
My Chinese acupuncturist at the time, passed me a series of Qigong sequences to practice and help my body recover, I have this small piece of paper till today.
On my last trip this year to perform in Hong Kong, I did a teaching course on the Ruyi Qigong Style, HK
I follow often the seminars, teachings and practices of Yixue Culture in Berlin from Sifu Wei Ling Wi.
The masters I am inspired and follow their teachings are: Bruce Franztis (Medicine Qigong), Mantak Chia,Zhang Xiao Ping (Fragrant Qigong), Lukas Kasenda (Five Elements Qigong), Jwing- Ming Yang (Still Qigong, Qigong massage).
My Qigong praxis and teaching follow the form and philosophy of the different styles I practice and teach, in combination with my experience of the body as a dancer, movement therapist and with the knowledge of the main acupuncture points and energy Meridians used in both Chinese medicine and Shiatsu.