Thursday, March 19, 2015

Wujifa West Coast Seminar 2015

For all the followers and readers of this blog, and for the many of you have written to me over the years expressing gratitude and appreciation for our very functional, keeping-it-real approach to internal gong-fu training, and for those of you new to this site... this is a rare and golden opportunity for you to experience for yourself what I have been blogging about since 2009!

If you're on the west coast, even if you have to travel a little ways to get there, do it! What's the benefit to you? Personalized attention in a small group setting! Explanations and answers to your questions in plain-English! Practical, functional steps based on where you are now to help you progress toward developing whole-body connected movement!

Announcing the Wujifa West Coast Seminar 2015

The Wujifa Method for Developing Internal Connection and Power

Whether you are a seasoned Wujifa practitioner or you're just getting started, this is a tremendous opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of Wujifa principles in action by receiving focused and personal instruction from the founding professor of Wujifa.

This year's theme will focus on the three foundational principles of the basic Wujifa Triangle; Balance, Structure, and Relax as they relate to connection in movement and meditation. With these, one can come to build a practice that unlocks the deeper levels of training in Qigong, Zhan Zhuang, internal martial arts and various meditational practices.

Friday, April 17
7:00 - 9:30 PM

Saturday, April 18
Morning: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Afternoon: 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Sunday - Private instruction offered. Please call or email for price and availability.

For Registration, call or email: Dan Hoffman at:
(248) 504-7735 or

$60 for Friday, $120 for Saturday All-Day Session
$150 for both Friday and Saturday if you register by March 29th.

Location: Subud Santa Cruz, 3800 Old San Jose Road, Soquel, CA. 95073

Space is Limited

There is no end to feeling, understanding and being aware!

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