My initial reasons for wanting to study and practice Qigong were to support my own rehabilitation post-knee surgery, whilst pursuing my desire to train in a dynamic mind-body-centred practice, that had a respected and sound moral code, and which would also provide tools to centre and quieten the mind.
Having researched different styles of Qigong, I took a detour on my travels specifically to study – Medical Qigong – under the tutelage of Tevia Feng. The array of positive benefits and enjoyment I experienced on a personal level, led me to extend my stay and train to become an instructor. Tevia is without doubt a gifted master, whose passion and dedication to his chosen path, including his commitment to constantly refine and deepen his practice, is infectious.
His knowledge, patience, openness and approachability; combined with his grounded- and humbleness make him, in my opinion, an exceptional teacher who I hold with only the highest regard. I leave our time spent together a more well-rounded individual and I look forward to continuing and developing my studies with him in the future.