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In the weekend preceding Mother's Day, Daisy Lee will share the changing face of Qigong and the dynamics that compelled her to create a program that more clearly addressed women's health and empowerment. Although Radiant Lotus Women's Qigong is drawn from ancient practices that have been in existence for centuries, bringing together Western understanding of energy concepts and Eastern philosophic thought may underscore why RLWQ has been well-received by thousands of women around the world. When the heartdantian is honored in a woman, she becomes more synchronized with the natural healing rhythm of the earth and the yin reflection of the moon. The sun's necessary warmth then allows for love and compassion to flow inwards and outwards.


Daisy is a veteran Qigong teacher and a sought-after presenter in Europe, Asia, Australia, the US, and Canada.

In addition to her impactful work with Radiant Lotus Women’s Qigong, her signature program that has helped transform the health of thousands of women worldwide, she teaches and certifies instructors in a range of Qigong styles for both men and women. These include Zang Fu Gong, Wuji Hundun, Bagua Xun Dao Gong, and 5 Animal Frolics, amongst others.

She has had the privilege of learning and sharing ancient Qigong traditions held by wisdom keepers in China, Tibet, and the West. With nearly 30 years of immersive studies and practical self-care knowledge, she continues to empower people from all walks of life in how to use Qigong to manage stress and regain their health.

Daisy was honored with the 2020 Qigong Master of the Year Award by the World Qigong Congress in recognition of her impact on women’s health and healing. She lives in Puerto Rico with her partner, Mark Roule.

Workshop Schedule:

Hour 1

Radiant Lotus Women's Qigong: ancient practices taught by women for women: the impetus for creating RLWQ, and the need for women-specific practices and research. "Half the sky" is women, yet relatively little research has been done to support women's health and well-being. The only way to change this is for women to cultivate curiosity and explore time-tested ways to relieve stress and support immunity in the female body and psyche. Practices that Relieve Stress & Support Healing & Relaxation: Self-Massage, Shaking & Cupping

Hour 2

The Strength of Women is in the Middle Dantian: this may be true when all energy centers are in balance, but... too much heart, and too little grounding will create instability in demanding situations. Too much mental rumination can also disturb the heart Qi, again compromising our stability. Learn the formula VA + NC = SLE and how it has helped women regain balance, self-compassion, and stability. Practices that support Heart Health: Flying Phoenix, Lotus Rises Through the Muddy Water

Hour 3

The Rise of Women's Voices - Accessing the Throat Dantian - when women feel safe to speak and discuss their concerns in a like-minded community, alliances form that can spread healing from family to community. In western society, we are generally, but not exclusively, able to speak without fear of retribution. This is not so in many parts of the world. When women can access and effectively communicate using their voices, it gives courage for others to do the same. This is how the personal becomes global, and how one woman changing her life affects the lives of others. Practice: Tibetan Sound Healing - 4/6 Sounds for Women's Health & Empowerment.  Plus Kuan Yin Closing Movement

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