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9 Day Yangtze River Qigong Certification Tour

Qigong Certification While Touring the Three Gorges - Wudang Mountain from August 12th to August 20, 2019

Enjoy the Qigong Healing certification training while touring through some of the most beautiful scenery in China. Luxurious Yangtze River Cruise through the famous Three Gorges Area enjoying shore excursions each day exploring the rivers ancient sites. Then, traveling overland to the sacred Taoist Wudang Mountain and staying halfway up the mountain is a luxurious 5 star hotel for 5 nights. Exploring Wudang Mountains and many Taoist sites including the Purple Palace and Golden Summit.


Level 1 - Energy Healers Training

This training will teach you how to heal others and yourself with the power of qigong. You will learn powerful qigong healing techniques from chinese medicine that have been used for thousands of years in China. You will also learn how to identify the blocked energy in the body and then remove this unneeded energy that may be causing the physical challenge. Then, you will learn how to put more healthy energy back into the body. Other effective alchemical qigong methods will be layered into the fundamental technique taught, providing an array of healing techniques to support a strong healing practice.


Level 2 - Energy Healers Training

This 2nd level training will deepen your healing skills along with learning more advanced techniques to build more energy and use it more effiencently and effectively. Learn to build strong healing environments for you and your clients. Includes powerful advanced Shengong Meditations that allow the healing energy to be penetrating and potently healing. Many more techniques on how to heal many specific major physical challenges with be presented.

Cost - $4025.00 Double Occupancy


Ask about the special add-on tour price for 6 more nights exploring Beijing after you finish your certification tour


Non Refundable deposit to hold space on trip: $500.00


Three Gorges Scenic Area of the Yangtze River


The Three Gorges span from the western, upriver, cities of Fengjie and Yichang, in Chongqing Municipality, to the east, downstream, to Hubei province. The Three Gorges Reservoir Region is approximately 200 kilometres (120 mi) in length, while the Three Gorges themselves occupy approximately 120 kilometres (75 mi) within this region. The Three Gorges region has attracted global attention due to the Three Gorges Dam, which is changing the culture and environment of the region.

Although it is primarily famous for its scenery, the Three Gorges region is also historically and culturally important in China. Many settlements and archaeological sites are in danger of being submerged by the rising reservoir of the Three Gorges Dam.


The Three Gorges have renowned scenic spots, such as the Kuimen, located at the western entrance to the Three Gorges. The cliffs on both sides appear to have been cut by knives or axes. Among the Wu Mountains that are located at the northern and southern beaches of the Wu Gorge, one of the twelve peaks is known as Fairy Peak. According to folk tradition, it symbolizes a fairy who assisted Yu the Great in controling the waters and guiding boatmen. The Xiling Gorge comprises a series of famous gorges, including Military Book and Sword Gorge, Yellow Cow Gorge, and Lantern's Shadow Gorge.

Wudang Mountain


On Chinese maps, the name "Wudangshan" is applied both to the entire mountain range (which runs east-west along the southern edge of the Han River, crossing several county-level divisions of Shiyan), and to the small group of peaks located within Wudangshan subdistrict of Danjiangkou, Shiyan. It is the latter specific area which is known as a Taoist center.


For centuries, the mountains of Wudang have been known as an important center of Taoism, especially famous for its Taoist versions of martial arts or Taichi.]

The first site of worship—the Five Dragons Temple—was constructed at the behest of Emperor Taizong of Tang. Further structures were added during the Song and Yuan dynasties, while the largest complex on the mountain was built during the Ming dynasty (14th–17th centuries) as the Yongle Emperor claimed to enjoy the protection of the god Beidi or Xuan Wu. Temples regularly had to be rebuilt, and not all survived; the oldest existing structures are the Golden Hall and the Ancient Bronze Shrine, made in 1307. Other noted structures include Nanyang Palace (built in 1285–1310 and extended in 1312), the stonewalled Forbidden City at the peak (built in 1419), and the Purple Cloud Temple (built in 1119–1126, rebuilt in 1413 and extended in 1803–1820).

Tour summary

Day 1 Aug 12 take the train from chengdu to Chongqing. Then transfer from the train station to Chantianmen port to board the cruise around 18:00pm and the cruise will leave at 21:00pm

Day 2 Aug 13 on the cruise - on Victoria cruise -No.2 deck


06:30~07:00 Early bird coffee and tea

06:00~07:00 Qigong Healing Certification Lecture and Practice

07:00~08:30 Buffet breakfast

08:00~11:00 Optionalshore excursion to Fengdu Ghost City

09:00~11:30 Cultural activities onboard

12:00~13:30 Buffet lunch

16:00~18:00 Shore excursion to Shibaozhai Pagoda in Zhongxian County

18:15~19:15 Qigong Healing Certification Lecture and Practice

19:00~20:30 Buffet dinner

21:00 Minorities & Dynasty costume show

Day 3 Aug 14 Cruise - on Victoria cruise -No.2 deck


6:30~07:00 Early bird coffee and tea

06:00~07:00 Qigong Healing Certification Lecture and Practice

07:00~08:30 Buffet breakfast

07:30~10:15 Optional excursion to White Emperor City

10:45 Sail through Qutang Gorge and marvel at Kui Gate

09:00~10:30 Cultural activities onboard

12:45 Sail through Wu Gorge

12:00~13:00 Buffet lunch

15:15~18:15 Shore excursion to Shennv Stream (Goddess Stream)

18:15~19:15 Qigong Healing Certification Lecture and Practice

19:00~20:30 Captain's farewell banquet

18:30~23:00 Settle accounts

21:00~21:45 Crew cabaret

Day 4 Aug 15 Cruise exit. Exit from Yichang, need hurry this day before entrance of Wudang Moutain will close at 18:00


6:30~07:45 Buffet Breakfast

08:00-9:00am Qigong Healing Certification Lecture and Practice

9:30am Be transferred to Yichang Three Gorges Center Cruise Terminal for departure and transfer to wudang mountain it will be at least 5 hours driving 

Days 5-9, Aug 15 – Aug 19 on Wudang Mountain

The Wudang Mountain in central China´s Hubei Province has long been known for its traditional Taoist culture.

Originally called the Taihe Mountain, it is believed to be the place where Xuanwu the Great, a Taoist patron saint, was enshrined. 

It was renamed Wudang Mountain in the Song Dynasty some 1000 years ago.

Yangzee Qigong Certification Tour
$500.00

Price includes:


All transfers


All accommodation on twin room sharing


Professional English speaking tour guides


All entrance tickets listed in the itinerary including shuttle bus fee and river cruise fee


Bottled water provided each day


Travel casualty insurance


Qigong certification training and testing fees


Service fee & tax


Most meals        

Price excludes:


Round-way International airfare or train tickets Sightseeing, service and any other meal not mentioned in the itinerary


Visa fee, passport application or renewal fee.


Tips for guides, escort, drives, bellboy, etc.


Personal expenses such as excess luggage fees, laundry, postage, communications and beverages.

Travel insurance.


Optional meals and shows mentioned in the itinerary, which will be added up if the clients desire to take the activities.


Applicable taxes or government fees.


Any other changes caused by the acts of God, natural disasters, fires, weather, governmental and local authority orders, political change, strikes, war, riots, quarantine, custom regulations, damages or injury caused by accident beyond the control of the tour organizer and that has incurred due to the tourist action violating the laws.

Any items not specified in the plan.

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