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Wellness and Welfare Zhineng Qigong Practical Session: 11 & 12 Jan 2014

Ms Sara conducted a Zhineng Qigong Talk at SJBA Vihara on 9 November 2013 at Subang Jaya Buddhist Association.

There will be a follow up practical session to be conducted by Ms Sara on 11 & 12 January 2014 from 9am to 5pm on Saturday and 2pm to 5pm onSunday.

 

Wellness and Welfare Zhineng Qigong ( 智能气功 ) Practical Session

Date : 11 & 12 January 2014 (Saturday & Sunday)

Time : 9.00am – 5.00pm (Saturday)

Time : 2.00pm – 5.00pm (Sunday)

Venue : Top Floor (Meditation Hall), Subang Jaya Buddhist Association

Lot 12593 Jalan Kewajipan, SS13, 47500 Subang Jaya

 

*Practical Session will be conducted in English*

 

***A minimal donation of RM50 is appreciated. The collection will go towards the SJBA Building Extension Fund***

 

Please register early your name, telephone contact & email address with Sis Cindy or Sis Lily at 03-5634 8181 or e-mail to : office@sjba.org

 

About WW Zhineng Qigong

– Designed to meet the needs of busy modern lifestyle

– Conducted based on easy, simple, practical, effective and flexible steps for:

• healing and prevention of illnesses

• health maintenance and enhancement

• improved mental capacity

– Promotes the principles of learning for wellness and charity

 

Instructor : Sara Low

“The instructor, Sara Low is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) by profession.

She qualified as a CPA from KPMG. She was Deputy Head of Risk

Management Division in a Bank and lectured in TAR College and University

Science Malaysia.

In 2002 she started to learn Zhineng Qigong and has since been deeply involved in the learning, practice, teaching and promotion of this powerful mind-body practice.

Sara studied Zhineng Qigong from various masters and has visited China tofurther her knowledge. She is enrolled in a double degree course in Chinese Medicine at RMIT to further advance herself in this field.

She was one of the founding members in the set-up and running of a very successful Qigong centre in Malaysia. Later, she started teaching Zhineng Qigong to promote wellness in health through Qigong practice, and welfare of the local community through donations to deserving institutions from fees collected. She has been conducting classes in Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Sri Lanka and Melbourne since then. She is dedicating her time to promote and share this powerful mind-body practice to benefit as many people as possible.”