Qi Yoga Life was founded in May 2020, in the midst of a pandemic. It started when a couple of yoga practitioners banded together with an idea: to build a yoga community that can be accessed worldwide. The kind that would, in a few years time, become home not only to seasoned yogis but also to new practitioners who needs guidance on how to live the yogic way.
Our mission is to go beyond achieving posture practices. Our goal is to create a community of people who applies yogic principles in their daily lives, aiming to achieve balance and harmony between the mind, body, and spirit, both individually and in relationship with the world around us.
Our vision is to provide a community around the world where everyone can practice the Tao on and off the mat. We envision that our mission is delivered by a group of yogis who are compassionate and professional and would help support and respect practitioners who are interested in living the yogic way to promote health and wellness in all aspects of their lives.
We value the practice for social, emotional, physical, intellectual and community health and well being it supports. Driven by Compassion, striving for Constant Growth and Following the Principles of Nature.
Recent Blog Posts:
Written By: Sky Yang A farmer requested a monk to recite sutras (scriptures) for his late wife, who had died. After the recitation was over, the farmer asked “Do you think my wife will gain merits from this?” “Not only your wife, but all sentient beings will benefit from the recitation of sutras” said theContinue reading “Zen story : Reciting Scriptures”
Written by: Sky Yang A nun who was searching for enlightenment made a statue of Buddha which she gilded. Wherever she went, she would carry this golden Buddha with her. Years has gone by and still she carries her Buddha. The nun came to settle in a small temple in a province where there wereContinue reading “Zen Story : Black-Nosed Buddha”
Written By: Sky Yang A rich man asked a zen master to write something for the continued prosperity of his family so that it can be treasured from generation to generation. The zen master wrote on a large sheet of paper, “Father dies, Son dies, Grandson dies.” The rich man became furious upon reading theContinue reading “A Zen Story : True Prosperity”