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Master Rasaji at Orange Park Lodge. Open to all.



Coming once again to Orange Park Lodge on Wednesday 7/3/2013, Master Lama Rasaji! He will be sharing more about the mysteries and ancient truths of Tai Chi Gung.


We ask for a $10 Donation to the Grand Master’s Charity which is the Masonic Medical Research Laboratory an internationally recognized biomedical research institute.


No matter your state of health, you will benefit from and enjoy this evening with Master Rasaji. He will lead in some very simple but powerful exercises and teach you how to release the tension from your body.


According to the Lamas of Tibet, 3300 years ago, a master of Hatha, Pranayama and Kundalini Yoga living in India travelled to China. This profound adept, known in India as the great sage Boganathar, was determined to discover the true connection between Nature and the physical body.  After practicing his asanas for many decades in China, he noticed that the flow from one stance to the next was very important. If done properly, this movement could milk the energy and prana of Nature into the physical body.  He lived so long that generations passed. His Indian roots were unknown. He became known in China as Lao Tzu.  From there, he moved on to the Himalayas where he opened his first school of Tai’ Chi Gung.  Rasaji lived and trained with the Lamas at this original school. The direct knowledge and understanding of Lao Tzu, the secrets of this profound system of health and regeneration have been passed down through the ages in an unbroken lineage from the original master. These are the principles of regeneration that Rasaji teaches to his students.


We will begin promptly at 6:30 PM. The session will last approximately 90 minutes.

Dress comfortably to move around and bring water.


See you there.


Patrick Farrell, PDDGM