About Master Ping
”I am a practitioner originally from Laos, residing in France for several years. Having had serious health problems when I was a child (almost total paralysis of the lower limbs), I was treated and cured by a doctor and Buddhist master. This ensured my education for many years and introduced me to the knowledge and practice of the therapeutic method Qi Gong, a Buddhist modality. Alongside this education, I studied medicine at the Faculty of Medicine of Laos and obtained a diploma in anatomy and physiology, after which I spent a year in a Taoist monastery in China to perfect my knowledge and my practice of the Qi Gong method, Taoist modality this time. I worked as a practitioner in a hospital in Laos still practicing Qi Gong therapy, therapy that enjoys official recognition. Since my arrival in France I have been practicing Qi Gong to help improve people's lives and health. ”
Get to know about Wu Shang
The Daily Zoom calls
Every day at 7:00 am (Paris GMT), you will receive a phone call from Zoom by the administrator of WuShang QiGong. You can choose to join the call and assist in the Qi session, or not join and dismiss the call on that day. If you choose to join the call, your sound and video will automatically be off but you will be able to turn on your video if wanted. The sound remains silent for everybody, please note that there is no sound at all during the call, and you will see Master Ping’s hand on the screen.
How do I join ?
You will be asked to fill out a form with your name and the email associated with your Zoom account. Once we receive your subscription you will receive a request to join our Zoom contacts, you must accept the e-mail invitation to be able to receive the call. The next morning (except a Sunday) you will start receiving the calls.
How we work
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Our Qi Gong sessions are designed to provide participants with an opportunity to receive Qi and improve their overall health and well-being. While the primary focus of the session is to receive Qi, participants are welcome to engage in any activities that they find beneficial for their well-being, such as meditation or Qi Gong practice.