Chi Gung/Kikou/Ibuki

Chi Gung

(Chinese)

Kikou

(Japanese)

To cultivate enrgy.

Ibuki

(Japanese)

To retain youth.

 

These arts are given in an effort to bring a new sense of vitality and insight to those who wish to enhance their health and revitalize their lives.

We have classes in the pursuit of better health and to augment the healing of disease and trauma. Classes are held every Tuesday and Thursday morning from 10:00am until 11:00 am and on Friday evening from 6:30PM until 7:30PM. We utilize the White Lotus Style, the Iron Shirt Style, The Jade Dragon Style, the Tien Tao Style, and the Da Mo Style.

These classes are taught by Prof. Ken Eddy and are the result of training from 1964 until 1986 when he began teaching with the permission of his instructors as is the tradition in Traditional Martial/Healing Arts of the Orient.
Prof. Eddy trained in Ibuki from the Kukishin Ryu System under Shidoshi Robert Osmond and was introduced to Chi Gung under the tutelage of Dr. Samuel Lee Wong in his training in Oriental Medicine. The Kikou training was the Japanese extention of his Chi Gung training.

It is important to note that proper training and guidance is essential in receiving the benefit of Chi Gung as well as proper training in Ibuki. If not done properly, Ibuki can cause injury.

Prof. Eddy has seen many people in the martial arts teaching both Chi Gung and Ibuki and has seen how missunderstood these things can be. This lack of understanding leads to incorrect breathing and increased danger of increasing hypertention. Clearly, these people do not know what they are doing.

The school offers classes for Diabetes, MS, Fibromyalsia, Stroke, etc. and has had great success in aiding individuals recover from trauma and surgery.

Special classes are held on the weekends for some of the maladies discussed earlier for 4 or more persons.

Location: Mizu Shin Tao Dojo
1531 Greg St. Sparks, Nevada 89431
(775) 358-8337