Dayan Qigong is a moving meditation technique known to improve flexibility, balance, and mind-body connection. Many people find Qigong a perfect fit because it's easy and offers a sense of flow. The form is highly adaptable and enjoyed by students of all ages and fitness levels. No special clothes are required, whatever allows for a comfortable range of motion.
The playful movements of this Qigong form are inspired by the long lives, tremendous strength, aerobic capacity, and graceful movements of the Bar Headed Goose. Dayan literally translates as "big bird" and refers to these super animals which breed in Central Asia.
Dayan Qigong has been passed down through 29 generations and shares roots with Tai Chi and Yoga, tracing back to Bodhidharma's travels in the 5th or 6th century. Jordan has been practicing Qigong for more than 10 years, starting with Dr. Bob Rosenbaum. In 2015 he recieved certification to teach from Master Hui Lui of Wen Wu School.