Barbara Rozen

About me

I've been a student of Yuan Tze since 2009 and a Yuan Gong teacher since the system was first introduced. Along with a lifelong passion for personal and spiritual development, I'm committed to working with people who are also dedicated to cultivating and manifesting positive change in all areas of life. I've found that the Yuan Gong methods are supportive at a foundational level and serve as a stable platform for creating sustainable growth and development in every area of life, and through every stage of life. It’s my great joy to share what I’ve learned and discovered with others.


I began learning from Yuan Tze in: 2009
I started teaching Qigong in: 2010
I am qualified to teach REN XUE at Level:
  • 1: Theory of Qi, Tian Yuan & Di Yuan, Group Qi Healing
  • 2: Theory of Shen/Consciousness, Ren Yuan & Xia Yuan, Individual Qi Healing
  • 3: Theory of Totality, Zhong Yuan & Shang Yuan, Remote Qi Healing
  • 4: Tong Yuan, Totality Healing: Five Xin
  • 5: Ling Yuan, Totality Healing: Patterns
  • 6: Ming Yuan, Yuan Ming Medicine: Great Integration for Realisation & Wisdom
My types of ACTIVITY:
  • Class
  • Individual
  • Workshop
  • Online Sessions
My teaching FOCUS:
  • Yuan Qigong
  • Yuan Ming
San Rafael, California, USA
Activity 1:

Community Practice Group

When: Two sessions on Fridays: 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon & 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m., with a 1/2 hour lunch break in between. People can come to one or both sessions, and pay per session or a monthly fee for unlimited attendance. Nobody ever turned away for lack of funds.

Venue: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Marin, 240 Channing Way in San Rafael, California

About the Community Practice Group:

We've been gathering to connect and practice since 2010, after Yuan Tze's first visit to California. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming.

The Yuan Gong Qigong methods that we practice and the teachings that we apply are tools for guidance and clarity on the path towards actualizing our true nature. They support our continued personal and community commitment to the cultivation of heart (the 5 Essential Qualities) and the transformation of Shen (pattern work).

We also have regular "Special Topic Days" during which we to go deeper into a specific subject through inquiry, sharing and reflection.

NOTE: While no formal instruction is given during the practice groups, there's usually time for Q&A regarding practice of the various Yuan Gong methods, and also heart-centered sharing and listening.

We alternate practices of the following Yuan Gong methods:

Moving Qigong methods:

• Tian Yuan (1st Method): the foundation practice that focuses on exchanging Qi and information with the universe

• Di Yuan (2nd Method): a standing form that supports internal stability

• Ren Yuan (3rd Method): supports the physical structure, including muscles, bones, ligaments and overall strength

• Xia Yuan (4th Method): supports organ Qi at a deep level

Consciousness Methods:

* Tong Yuan (7th Method): for cultivating the essential qualities of the heart: Trust, Openness, Love, Gratitude and Gongjing (true respect and humility)

* Ling Yuan (8th Method): for transforming unhealthy patterns of the consciousness to support the realization of our true nature.