CCA acts as a venue for externally-led CPD courses.
The Neijing Tu is a Daoist map of the interior landscape of the body, which is on a wall at Baiyun Guan Daoist Temple in Beijing. Truly significant for practitioners of internal alchemy and medicine, it enables us to understand energetic physiology, the path of healing, transformation and enlightenment as well as deepen our relation to key points and regions of the body.
Join me on a journey to uncover the wisdom within this map and within our bodies. We will meditate, practice Qigong, bring alive the inner journey that is described and learn how to use it as a guide for healing and cultivation.
Open to all – students, practitioners, teachers.
COST:: £75 Students, £85 Practitioners
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Rupert Lander lives in the north of Scotland close to the elements that inform his practice. He has taught Chinese medicine at City College, LCTA, CICM and is currently a tutor on the Chinese Classics MSc at the Northern College in York.
Prior to studying Chinese medicine, he practiced various healing modalities including Thai Massage, healing and vibrational medicine. He has for many years hosted teachers such as Master Wu, Andrew Nugent-Head, Arnaud Versluys, Dr. Suzanne Robidoux, Ikko Sensei and Kurikindi in his journey into the heart of the medicine.
Rupert maintains a practice in Forres, Moray, where he teaches Qigong. He is particularly focused within the spiritual dimensions of the medicine and internal cultivation arts and enjoys blowing his shakuhachi flute.