In June, Baltimore's Single Carrot Theatre put their audiences on a bus and made the city sidewalks their stage with a boundary-breaking production titled, Promenade: Baltimore.
In preparation for the performances, the Artistic Director interviewed residents, including Peter Van Buren. Theatre Fellow Lenee Freeman created a short video using one of Peter's quotes that speaks to the Sheng Zhen spirit.
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In April of 2017, I gave a talk to the health practitioners at Ruscombe Mansion* on the benefits of integrating Sheng Zhen Gong with the holistic therapies they practiced.
Since I am not a health practitioner myself, I had to ask others about their experience with Sheng Zhen Gong (SZG) and healing. As I reviewed my notes from these brief conversations, I was surprised at the similarities in the responses. . . . Read more Read More
Master Li tells us all the time, “Relax.”
“Relax your whole body.” “Loosen your body.” “Relax more.”
According to traditional Chinese medicine, qi flows best when the body is relaxed. Conversely, lack of flow can cause qi to become stuck and murky, which leads to . . . Continue reading Read More
Starting May 18, Peter Van Buren’s popular weekly Sheng Zhen Gong classes held in the Upper Parish Hall of Memorial Church will switch from Wednesday to Thursday evenings.
Plus, new classes are starting at the Church on Tuesday mornings and at Ruscombe Mansion on Wednesday evenings. . . . Continue reading Read More
Founder and the world's foremost teacher of Sheng Zhen Gong, Master Li Junfeng, turned 78 last fall. But, he hasn't slowed down one bit, traveling the globe to train and connect with students everywhere.
From the Philippines to Massachusetts; from Colorado to . . . Read More