Master Caxton Fung is now teaching in-person and online in Oakland California every Wednesday evening from 5;30 to 6:30 at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center (OACC) Please click here for a link to the online class.
Master Fung is a long-time student of Grand Master Yao and also part of his inner circle. He is a student of Kung Fu and Qi Gong and is fluent in Chinese as his native language.
Master Yao has passed the main teaching in Alameda (moved from Berkeley in 2022) to long-time student and teacher Shifu David Doyle. Shifu Doyle is an Awakened Master that has had an active practice in the energy arts and meditation for over 50 years with an extensive background in both Yoga and Qi Gong. He also regularly meets with those interested in Awakening and those that have Awakened.
Master David Doyle is currently teaching Qi Gong every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 6 am to 7:30 am in Alameda. The group is visible from the intersection of Clement Ave and Sakas St on the Marina Cove Waterfront Park. Drop-ins are welcome, though please read the Practice Notes (click above) before attending for your first time.
Master Doyle has been studying Qi Gong under the Master's guidance for many years and came to this Qi Gong tradition with 40 years of practice in a Life in The Way of Yoga. He has a deep understanding of Yoga as well as Qi Gong, inner cultivation, and Life in The Way - see also: MonkwithFamily.org for more on Master David Doyle.
SatSang is every Thursday from 7:45 pm to approx 10 pm., for more on this go to Monkwithfamily.org.
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All classes are open to beginner through advanced students - all students new to this teaching should read the Practice Notes prior to attending - simply click here, they will not take long to read.
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
When attending class for the first time please arrive at least 30 minutes early - that will allow us time to instruct on some of the finer points of the class not included here in the general practice notes. We do not generally talk or instruct a great deal during the class.