Meditation and group healing at Masonic Temple, April 29

Press release from Chi Center:

On Sunday April 29th from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm everyone is invited to participate in a community healing meditation gathering. Beginners as well as experienced practitioners are welcome.

Asheville is blessed to have this gathering led by Master Mingtong Gu.
Mingtong is one of the most skilled teachers of mindful meditation and group healing.

Mingtong received the Qigong Master of the Year Award at the 13th World Congress on Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine. He operates the Wisdom Healing Qigong retreat center in New Mexico as well as provides trainings / healing gatherings all over the world. He is this year’s keynote speaker for the National Qigong Association’s Conference that draws people from all over the world.

During this special gathering, Mingtong will guide you in an energetic method of meditating. This method can be the beginning of a meditation practice or can deepen any meditation tradition you choose to practice.

At the end of the evening Mingtong will offer a powerful group healing session from the unique tradition of Wisdom Healing Qigong. T

To sign up and read more about this rare offering as well as other sessions being provided by Mingtong, go to For personal assistance with any questions or needs, contact your local Wisdom Healing Qigong teacher, Deb Moore, at

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