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NEW CLASS: Xing Yi Nei Gong with Tom Bisio – Fall 2014

Xing Yi Nei Gong – New Class Starting October 15th!

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In six short weeks, you will learn a powerful set of exercises that will benefit you for the rest of your life.

A rare opportunity to learn Xing Yi Nei Gong from Tom Bisio, who has taught Xing Yi Quan for over 20 years. Tom combines his expertise in Xing Yi with an extensive knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Assisting Tom is Valerie Ghent, disciple of Xing Yi Master Song Zhi Yong, of Shanxi Province, China.


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About the Xing Yi Nei Gong Class:

This six-week class will cover the full set of sixteen exercises. Detailed and in-depth explanations of the proper mechanics and benefits of each movement will be presented.

Learn the outstanding health and longevity exercises created by Wang Ji Wu, a famous martial artist and doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Wang, who lived to be over 100 years old, designed these exercises to serve as both a power training method for martial arts and a system of health exercises to prevent illness and improve health. These sixteen simple yet profound exercises work the body from head to toe, combining breathing with gentle yet precise movements.

Open to all. No prior experience in martial arts or nei gong is necessary.

For anyone who seeks to increase vitality, strength, coordination and balance. Participants often report additional benefits including a calmer spirit, improved sleep, greater resistance to illness and reduction in joint pain.

Class Details:

Course: Xing Yi Nei Gong
Tom Bisio and Valerie Ghent
Dates:  6 Wednesdays – October 15, 22, 29; November 5, 12, 19
Time: 7-8pm
Fee: $250
Location: 440 Studios at 440 Lafayette St., NYC

Recommended Text: Xing Yi Nei Gong: Xing Yi Health Maintenance and Internal Strength Development by Dan Miller and Tim Cartmell.