Wild Goose (Dayan) Qigong has a very long history, originating in the mountains of Western China over 1800 years ago. Enlightened monks copied the movements of the wild geese they saw living amongst them in the mountains to create a system of movements and forms that would promote good health and longevity. This skill was passed down secretly through the generations,with each generation only permitted to teach one person, until it was opened up to the public by Grandmaster Yang Meijun in 1980. Since then many people throughout the world have benefitted from this form of Qigong. Experiencing improved health, reduction in stress, greater energy and many have even found that chronic problems have either improved greatly or gone completely.
The movements and forms of Wild Goose Qigong are very easy to learn and many students find themselves relaxed and energised after their first lesson. The modern ailments caused by modern living, using computers, sitting too long can all be benefitted from the practice of Qigong. The gentle movements stretch and open the body restoring it to a balanced state.
The Wild Goose Qigong system contains many different forms all aimed at helping specific conditions or parts of the body. Meditation is also included to balance the mind and settle the Qi after practicing.
Sifu Mike Baker has studied Wild Goose Qigong for over 20 years with his teacher Michael Tse and teaches weekly classes in Central Cambridge.
Weekly classes in Wild Goose Qigong are held on:
Fridays 8.30pm – 9.30pm
St Columba’s Church, Downing Street, Cambridge, CB2 3EL
Please contact Sifu Mike Baker for details: