The Shen Foundation organized Events for the UK
Mr. HongChi Xiao will be the first of many Chinese practitioners visiting the UK to promote the global work of The Shen Foundation. He has come all the way from China to our shores to share with us his experiences and unique techniques that he"s learnt.
HongChi will be giving a talk and demonstration on the ancient practice of Bone, Ligament and Meridian Adjustment.
He will also be demonstrating – How we can rid ourselves from aching necks and backs by avoiding harmful or pharmacological methods and using natural and simple methods.
Mr. Xiao has travelled all throughout the rural areas of China (and Tibet) over the past few years in search of the essence and source of Classical Chinese Medicine. His journey towards learning are most interesting and he will offer the opportunity to hear about how he searched the Chinese countryside to learn these unique techniques.
A donation of £20 for the event at Neal"s Yard Meeting Rooms is requested. This will go towards The Shen Foundation; a charity that has been set up to preserve Classical Chinese Medicine of which will enable expert traditional Chinese medicine practitioners from China to come to the UK to demonstrate their practice.
This will go towards The Shen Foundation; a charity that has been set up to preserve Classical Chinese Medicine of which will enable expert traditional Chinese medicine practitioners from China to come to the UK to demonstrate their practice.
Hong Chi is a medical practitioner, translator, Buddhist monk, a student of Daoism and an author. His latest book, "Journey To Cure" has just been published and deals with decoding the many mysteries of Chinese Medicine. (See the attached Word document for more information.)
He was a successful financier in Wall Street and Hong Kong for more than a decade. After retiring from the world of finance at the age of forty, he embarked on the adventure of exploring Chinese medicine, in which he saw the road that led to the realisation of his ideal: to make the world a better one.