Eagle in the Nest Chi-kung System

This has three main divisions of practice which include Wei-Dan (Outer Chi-Kung) and Nei-Dan (inner Chi-Kung) - movements, static postures and meditation (mind work).

The Aim of movements

are to deeply relax the body and clear the blockages and restrictions of energy (along energy pathways called meridians). This leads to a substantial improvement in health and brings balance to all levels of body energy and mind. The ultimate phase of this practice is the integration of body, energy and mind in a unified field of clear awareness and presence. (Meditation in movement).

Standing practice

Strengthens the body without the need for repetitive, exhausting, aerobic exercise. It strengthens the flow of energy through the body and its' vital organs with emphasis on opening the Small Heavenly Wheel. It also enhances the bodies capacity to hold energy which results in a considerable increase in life force and a longer life.

Mind Practice

Is based on traditional concentration and meditative practices of Tibetan Buddhism and Taoist Yoga. The aim of these techniques is the development of a peaceful, calm mind, greater awareness and understanding of oneself and others and enhanced emotional stability.

Subsidiary Practices

This style has many subsidiary or secondary practices which help the student overcome any obstacles to deeper levels of relaxation and energy balance. These are mainly based on special breathing practices and visualizations.

Advanced Training

As students progress, they learn to direct the flow of energy in their bodies by thought, absorb energy directly from the environment and use their energy to heal themselves and others. At this level, they learn how to use their newly acquired knowledge and abilities in everyday life.

Towards better health

This style of Chi-Kung has helped people to overcome health problems such as:

  • Depression
  • M.E.
  • Migraine
  • Asthma
  • Digestive disorders
  • Weight problems
  • Poor circulation
  • High & Low blood Pressure
  • Arthritic pain
  • Back Problems
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Low self-esteem
  • Drug and alcohol abuse

As well as other difficulties related to a demanding lifestyle and excessive stress.

Who can practise?

This system can be practised by the young or elderly, fit or unfit and many people with physical disabilities such as those in wheelchairs, M.S. patients etc. This system is only taught by The International Bodhidharma Chi-Kung Society as transmitted by Sifu Yeshe Gyatso.

During the first seminar

Students are taught the basics of movement, they are introduced to their energy (i.e. You can actually touch it), the basic techniques of meditation and a practice for controlling and transforming the emotions. You also learn basic self massage, an outline of Chi-Kung theory and have the opportunity to ask the Master any questions concerning health and Chi-Kung.

How do I practice at home?

Students receive all the practices in writing to remind and guide your own individual practice at home.

Our publication

Sifu Yeshe Gyatso
Mgr. Pavel Simon

Eagle in the Nest
Foundation level

Eagle in the Nest - Foundation level

Our Society has published in year 2003 the book Master series , volume 1. More details here.