Master Bing (Zhong Xue Chao) at Bowdoin College

by Ken Ryan on September 7, 2012

April 1, 2017 all-day
Bowdoin College Morrell Gymnasium
ME 04011
Free for Bowdoin Community; Donations requested for visitors to campus
Ken Ryan

Paul & Rosalie DiCrescenzo will host Master Bing (Zhong Xue Chao) again this spring from April 1 until April 26 (dates still approximate), with workshops in the Boston area, and two events here in Maine. We are please to welcome him back to Bowdoin College the first weekend in April for an evening presentation and morning and afternoon workshops sponsored by the Asian Student Association. This event will be free to the Bowdoin College community. For the general public- the evening presentation is free; donations requested for workshop sessions (suggested $40/session).

The schedule at Bowdoin College will include an evening presentation at 7:30pm on Saturday, April 1 at Main Lounge, Moulton Union. Master Bing will talk about the history and culture of Wudang Mountain, followed by demonstration of Wudang Dao Kung-Fu.

The Sunday sessions will be in Morrell Gymnasium. 9:30 – 12:00: teaching and refining the Tiger Routine from Five Animals Qigong. The Tiger Routine corresponds with the Earth Element and is good for strengthening and balancing the Spleen/Stomach energy. 2:00 – 4:30: teaching and refining the Dragon Routine from Five Animals Qigong. The Dragon Routine corresponds with the Wood Element and is good for strengthening and balancing the liver energy.

Master Bing travels here from Wudang Mountain, where he received his training and teaches authentic Wudang Kung Fu. We are very fortunate to have him share his skill, knowledge of the internal arts, and his cultural experiences- Wudang Mountain has a reputation as a Taoist spiritual center, made familiar in this country in the movie Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. No experience in T’ai Chi or Qigong necessary for some workshops.


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