DaleAsrael

Acharya Dale Asrael

Acharya Dale Asrael is an associate professor at Naropa University in the Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, Buddhist Studies, and Contemplative Education departments. She is the Dean of Meditation Instructors for Shambhala International. Dale studies qigong with, and has been authorized to teach by, Eva Wong.

Upcoming Programs by Acharya Dale Asrael

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Traditional Chinese Qigong: Level III

July 27–29, 2014

Cultivate strength of body and calmness of mind through the healing Taoist practice of qigong. This intensive program is a rare opportunity to receive instruction in two unique qigong lineages—the Pre-Celestial Limitless Gate School (Xiantianwujimen) and the Yiquan School. In Levels III, IV and V, we will learn animal forms for balance and strength as [...]

Waterfall

Traditional Chinese Qigong: Levels III-V

Also Eva Wong

July 27–August 2, 2014

Please Note: Level III is led by Dale Asreal and levels IV-V are led by Eva Wong Cultivate strength of body and calmness of mind through the healing Taoist practice of qigong. This intensive program is a rare opportunity to receive instruction in two unique qigong lineages—the Pre-Celestial Limitless Gate School (Xiantianwujimen) and the Yiquan School. In Levels III, IV [...]

Stream_Wong Qigong

Traditional Chinese Qigong: Tendon-Changing & Marrow-Washing Intensive

Also Eva Wong

August 13–15, 2014

This program will be led by Eva Wong and assisted by Dale Asreal. This intermediate qigong program focuses on further strengthening of the musculoskeletal system—tendons, bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, and spine. We will learn how to build musculoskeletal strength and endurance for the practice of the martial arts through the Eight Basic Wudang Warrior Qigong [...]

Stream_Wong Qigong

Traditional Chinese Qigong: Animal Forms

Also Eva Wong

August 15–17, 2014

This program will be led by Eva Wong and assisted by Dale Asreal. The ancient Chinese shamans were the first to practice the art of “becoming” an animal to embody the power of that animal. Taoist practitioners further developed the techniques of embodying animal energy as a means of enhancing health and longevity. During this [...]