Photo by Minoru Nitta Jetset Inc. Japan.
Duncan Wang, and kickboxer turned Yogi, will be in Chongqing this evening for a workshop entitled, "Yoga as a Lifestyle." The creator of Yogic Arts, a philosophy that combines aspects of yoga with martial arts zen Buddhism, and other eastern practices, Duncan took the time to answer a few questions of ours before tonight's workshop.
CQ: When and how yoga came into your life?
Duncan Wong: As a youth recovering from kick boxing life.
CQ: You have come up with your own philosophy in Yogic Arts, which from what I can understand is a combination of yoga and forms of martial arts. Can you tell us a bit more about yogic arts and how it may better help us to reach enlightenment?
DW: Yogic Arts helps us to stop reaching for anything; allowing everything to arrive naturally through the law of attraction. Stay fit and happy and help people grow up into productive peaceful beings :)
CQ: I started doing yoga while living in China, and have taken literally 1 class in English and the rest in Chinese, in the year and a half or so I have been practicing. Being that my Chinese abilities are lacking, is there any advice you can give someone whom, while in class, can watch and imitate a teacher, but can not understand them?
DW: Watch the teachers eyes and there breathing; that explains all movement. Also, watch their feet and toe positions to know their intention and ability.
CQ: Finally, what can we expect from the workshop?
DW: A transformational good time !
Duncan Wong's Yoga As Lifestyle workshop will take place tonight:
Friday November 26
20:30 - 22:00
@ Bridge Book House(building with Ferrari dealership): 江北区 龙湖水晶郦城晶郦馆1-1-5（法拉利楼下）