Experience Amazing Healing at the 2015 Qi Revolution Event




Qigong practitioner Jeff Primack and 20 other instructors will lead a large group to practice together at this year’s amazing qigong Healing event, from September 12 through 15, at the Schaumburg Convention Center. New for 2015 is a greater scientific and evidence-based approach, and the lineup includes a large qigong/energy component, including breathing techniques, the best natural high there is, and creativity activators. Correct food, breath and blood-circulating exercises will open the root chakra, which releases internal energy (kundalini) up the spine, boosting the endocrine system and, therefore, longevity.

Primack says, “After 100 events and 50,000 attendees, we’ve upgraded the curriculum to what people said in surveys was most useful in life. Qi Revolution focuses on food-healing protocols for cancer, diabetes and heart disease.”

 

Cost: $149 for all four days. Location: 1551 N. Thoreau Dr., Schaumburg. For more information, call 800-298-8970 or visit QiRevolution.com.

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