Webinar: Spine & Back Qigong

Updated: Sep 4

Online LIVE Seminar with Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming


Saturday, October 3rd

1 - 3pm Eastern /

10am - 12 noon Pacific

(Eastern Daylight Time is - 4 UTC)

  • 2-hour live session

  • Lecture, exercises, and Q&A

  • BONUS! Zoom recording and handout included


Limited spaces available!


Discounts for:

  • Multiple participants sharing a device (email us). Your integrity is appreciated.

  • Participants of Dr. Yang's previous webinars (promo code will be emailed).

IMPORTANT!

The internet connectivity at the Retreat Center is unpredictable. While we do what we can to provide the best experience possible, the video feed quality may not be up to your standards. Please do not register for the live session if this will be an issue for you.

An HD recording of the live webinar will be available for purchase in the future.

Spine & Back Qigong


Spine and back issues can arise from sitting for prolonged periods and overexertion without proper conditioning.


  • Worldwide, back pain is the single leading cause of disability, preventing many people from engaging in work as well as other everyday activities.

  • Experts estimate that up to 80% of the population will experience back pain at some time in their lives.

  • Most people with low back pain recover, however reoccurrence is common and for small percentage of people the condition will become chronic and disabling.

  • Worldwide, years lived with disability caused by low back pain have increased by 54% between 1990 and 2015.

  • Low-back pain costs Americans at least $50 billion in health care costs each year8—add in lost wages and decreased productivity and that figure easily rises to more than $100 billion.

Source: ACAToday.org


Utilizing his background in martial arts and Qigong practice, Dr. Yang has compiled theory and exercises for the spine and lower back. Learn exercises for pain management and strength conditioning.



Qigong Categories


Qigong is any practice relating to the human body's Qi (internal energy). It can range from sitting meditation to high intensity physical activity. Qigong practice can be categorized into 5 groups according to the primary purpose in training.

  1. Maintaining Health (preventing illness and injury)

  2. Curing Sickness (and ailments)

  3. Prolonging Life

  4. Martial Arts

  5. Spiritual Enlightenment


"Spine & Back Qigong" is part of the Healing Qigong series which includes theory and exercises to both maintain health and cure existing sicknesses. Other topics:

Seminar will be held on Zoom

  • Download or update to the latest version of Zoom

  • Meeting ID, password, and details will be emailed on Thursday, August 20th.

(Please email us if you do not receive it by Friday, October 2nd.)

Registered name MUST match Zoom username

  • When signing in to the Zoom meeting, please use the same name you registered under. First name & last initial or vice versa are acceptable.

  • Participants will be placed in a "Waiting Room" and allowed into the meeting only if the names match.

  • We require these steps for security purposes. Thank you for understanding.

Hosted by: Jon & Michelle

Questions? Email woof@BarkingRabbit.com

Please do not contact Dr. Yang or anyone else regarding seminar logistics.

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