Experience the Qi Revolution in St. Charles




Jeff Primack

The Qi Revolution is coming to Pheasant Run Resort, in St. Charles, from April 27 through 29. The largest qigong event in North America has been praised by experts of yoga and naturopathic medicine. Qigong practitioner Jeff Primack says, “Experiencing ourselves as pure energy for even one minute is the ultimate ‘reset button’ to relieve stress and improve focus.” Nine-Breath Method, a signature technique taught to more than 50,000 people so far at Qi Revolution, allows for this transformation. Oxygen retention and pulsation of breath is the secret of the masters, and few courses offer this level of comprehensive instruction. 

          Qigong exercises and food-based healing will be covered in detail by Primack and 20 other instructors. With hundreds of beautiful people harnessing healing qi (life force energy), nowhere will the energy be stronger. Primack, a 20-year qigong practitioner, healed himself of lifelong asthma, and through his workshops, has helped others discover the secrets of maximizing their own healing potential. On the first day, instructors teach guests level one qigong healing and breathing applications and move into even more powerful breathing applications on days two and three.

 

Cost is $199 for all three days. Location: 4051 E. Main St., St. Charles. For reservations (required), call 800-298-8970 or visit QiRevolution.com.

 

 

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