Dayan Qigong literally means ‘Wild Goose Energy Exercise’.
The Wild Goose Is a Chinese symbol for longevity. It is a system of beautiful and salubrious exercises, handed down through the ages among the exclusive circles of the Taoist Kunlun Mountains In West China.
Integrating the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and internal training, the exercise combines both gentle and vigorous movements, alternating with stillness. It is enjoyable and suits all ages, as it helps to strengthen the immune system, improves blood Qi circulation, and benefits a wide variety of health problems.
Liam Murray has been teaching Qigong to the public since 1990, having studied with various Chinese Qigong Masters in Europe, China and Hong Kong.