2013 Traditional Moo Doe Week Long Seminar
|“One of the fastest ways to harmonize the mind and body, leading to longevity and a better quality of life.”|
Week One: June 17 – 21 • Week Two: June 24 – 28
This year’s 2013 weeklong will be held at The Parker Le Meridien in Palm Springs, CA
The Power of the Desert
The 2013 Traditional Moo Doe Weeklong Seminar program will consist of specific balanced movements that allow the practitioner to receive the most benefit from the desert environment. These movements are very powerful and can be quickly absorbed allowing the practitioner to obtain a tremendous condition in just one week’s time – leading to improved health and longevity. Palm Springs was selected for the 2013 Weeklong Seminar to take advantage of the unique energies of the desert environment with its surrounding/adjacent mountains. Benefits to students from the desert environment include:
10 Unique Environments
Each natural environment has its own unique energies and benefits for training allowing the practitioner to develop the full benefits from the movements – inner strength, connection of mind & body, and fully harmonizing the body.
There are approximately 10 different ideal natural environments, including the ocean, mountains, forest, and desert all of which have many variable combinations of vegetation, ground elevation, etc. Over the centuries, true masters chose to practice in specific environments in order to absorb different energies and the methods/techniques that fit these specific environments thereby allowing them to achieve master level.
Oom Yung Doe will continue to teach only the Chung Doe line of Traditional Moo Doe. Currently, in the United States, only a small number of schools are able to teach and demonstrate Traditional Moo Doe skill and ability. Students will see live Traditional Moo Doe demonstrations with explanations from the Master Level Teaching Team. They will clearly experience the incredible strengths of Traditional Moo Doe movements. What you see demonstrated in these movements are the skills and abilities you can achieve, allowing you to reap lifelong benefits.
Some of the foundation forms and techniques being taught at the 2013 Weeklong Seminar include:
(Pre-Registration is now open until December 16th, 2012)
Do Not Neglect Yourself
A Philosophy of Traditional Moo Doe
Throughout the centuries, masters of Traditional Moo Doe have researched and developed proper movements that quickly lead to a higher physical, mental and spiritual condition. Traditional Moo Doe movements are known to remove negativity from all aspects of one’s life leaving only room for positive. A philosophy of Traditional Moo Doe states that if you have time to make excuses about what you have not achieved, use that time to improve your ability and reach your full potential. Ultimately, good habits lead to good character and a good character allows you to change your reality for the better. If you do not use your full ability how do you expect a more outstanding life?
History has proven that the teachings of Traditional Moo Doe are very highly sought after because a practitioner can bring the mind, body, and spirit together. Through this you are able to reach your fullest potential and develop incredible strength and peace while extending your youthfulness, increasing your longevity, and extending your years of full activity. Traditional Moo Doe allows practitioners of any age or body type to quickly improve their condition. This is important because you can train your entire life and never develop to your fullest potential unless you learn how to develop properly. Finding the proper path is most important. Effort given to movements that do not fit one’s individual needs and age produce limited, short-term benefits. According to Traditional Moo Doe, it is extremely important to witness a practitioner’s skill and ability before you begin your practice. If a practitioner is unable to show that they have achieved a high level of skill and ability it is impossible for them to teach others. This is what separates non-traditional martial arts practitioners from Traditional Moo Doe practitioners.
No More Excuses
It is common to hear people say that they are too busy to properly take care of themselves. Neglecting yourself eventually leads to mental, physical, and spiritual pain, as well as pain that extends on to your loved ones. Maintaining yourself is the key to maintaining your success, because if you lose yourself you will lose all that you have built and all that you have acquired.
One of the main reasons that Traditional Moo Doe is valued so highly is due to the fact that through your practice you can immediately increase your chi and harmonize your condition. Eventually you will attain the ability to diagnose your own condition in order to prevent illness; you will gain the ability to harmonize and correct any mental or physical imbalance. By practicing, you will have a more balanced physical, mental, and spiritual condition. Remember, life is filled with ups and downs so it is important to maintain balance. As you begin to see your condition continuously improve, the strength that you gain through your practice will become available to you at all times during all circumstances of life. With a balanced condition you will be able to change your reality for the better; this is the challenge of life.
The Practice of Traditional Moo Doe
Worldwide, millions of people have benefited through Traditional Moo Doe. Since 1972, in the United States alone, Oom Yung Doe has continued to help millions of people by building a strong foundation based upon Traditional Martial Arts principles, therefore giving everyone the opportunity to improve themselves. At Oom Yung Doe proper movement is taught utilizing proper positions, breathing techniques, eye positions, focus and meditation. Herbal equipment and extracts that have been used for centuries by higher Moo Doe practitioners, when used in conjunction with proper movement, will enable every person, regardless of age or condition, to accelerate and increase their level of internal and external strength.
Like no other discipline, Traditional Moo Doe movements adjust to your age, body type, and condition. You will clearly see the benefits of Traditional Moo Doe by practicing only 4 to 5 hours a week. As you continue your practice and your condition improves, the amount of time that you need to practice will decrease and the benefits that you receive will quickly increase. Through Oom Yung Doe, you will learn the ancient principles of Moo Doe. Through your practice, you will be able to fully harmonize your body, challenge yourself and reach your ultimate level of mental, physical, and spiritual strength. Remember, life is only once, you do not have a spare life. Do not neglect yourself.
Form and Movement
The 2013 Traditional Moo Doe Weeklong Seminar program is balanced to receive the most benefit from the local environment. These movements are very powerful and can be quickly absorbed, allowing the practitioner to obtain a tremendous condition in just one week for better health and greater longevity. Through the internal purification and meditation taught at this seminar, it is estimated that you will increase your life expectancy by at least one year.
This seminar will provide some of the foundation techniques that are necessary to absorb higher-level Traditional Moo Doe movements. These techniques are important building blocks that allow the practitioner to properly develop his or her particular mind and body, and prepare for higher-level forms that will aid his or her full development. This development will quickly be felt and can become a life-transforming experience. The movements and meditation of this seminar will allow you to purify yourself internally, which will build your hidden internal strength. Ultimately, this will lead you to properly focus your internal and external strengths of mind and body to come together as one.
This year’s seminar will include Traditional Moo Doe moving meditation (one of eight methods). Practice of this movement at the week long seminar can allow students to achieve a strong connection between the mind and body with as little as fifteen minutes of practice (the actual time will depend on the individual student). Practice over the course of the week will reduce the effects of stress, increase focus and increase mental acuity. You will immediately feel the difference.
Sar Kwang Ee is a wild cat native to certain environments in Asia. Its size is in between a tiger and a bobcat and it shares physical tendencies of both as well as qualities unique to itself. Speed, flexibility, coordination, agility are greatly enhanced through the practice of this form.
Yuk Kun Kyong is an advanced form of qi gong breathing and moving meditation. It is an exercise of mind, body and spirit through which peace and extraordinary internal strength is achieved.
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The Oom Yung line of Bagwa consists of 360 techniques that were derived from nature’s elements and the movements of various animals. Bagwa training enables you to move your body like a coiled spring, smoothly and lightly, but with tremendous speed and power. Bagwa training encompasses very powerful offensive and defensive movements that develop both internal and external strength. Some of the benefits of Bagwa include:
- Agility, combined with speed and power
- Improved offensive and defensive capabilities
- Tremendous internal and external strength
- Increased Chi
- The development of Nae Gong
The proper technique enables the practitioner to utilize their full body strength. By learning to effectively use one’s entire body, it is commonly known that even a 90-pound woman that has absorbed this technique could easily knock down a 250-pound man. The practice of proper technique is also known to quickly increase chi that harmonizes the internal system while developing deep joint and muscle strength throughout the body while maintaining flexibility.
The movements of Shin Hyung are like those of smoke. Someone who has absorbed Shin Hyung will appear to vanish when attacked and then suddenly reappear from a different angle with an explosive counter attack. This technique develops speed, coordination, flexibility and quick reflexes.
Ill Kyuk literally means one attack to break or destruct. Each technique requires you to put your whole body into each block or attack. These movements are very powerful when used in self-defense situations.
This year’s seminar will feature advanced Nae Shim Gong techniques to quickly control stress and relax the mind.
Without purifying your mind, body and soul it is extremely difficult to achieve your ultimate condition or your maximum level of mental and physical skill and ability.
Through Nae Shim Gong you gain the power to develop a high level of physical, mental and spiritual strength and ability. Oftentimes, many people do not realize what proper meditation consists of. If the proper methods of meditation – Shim Gong or Chom Sun – are unknown it is nearly impossible to purify your soul; it is as if you were trying to reach a destination without the proper map, if you do not know where you are going you cannot find your destination.
In today’s society, there are so many people who wish to better themselves by purifying, strengthening and unifying their mind, body and spirit. However, those who focus solely on reading and memorizing meditation techniques and teachings do not realize that the best way to reach a higher spiritual level is to purify their soul. History has proven that by purifying yourself you are able to set your ground and become rooted, which ultimately gives you the wisdom and strength to change your reality. Therefore you gain the ability to balance with society in order to maintain a happier daily life even in a world filled with stress and constant pressure.
History has proven that Traditional Moo Doe is one of the fastest, safest and most effective ways to learn proper Nae Shim Gong techniques and principles.
Other forms and meditation techniques may be taught based on the climate and conditions at the time of the seminars.
|photos from the 2012 Traditional Moo Doe Week Long Seminar|
All of the weeklong foundation movements will utilize herbal equipment for accelerated development. There will also be additional training based upon the given climate and environmental conditions.
A special weeklong program is available for family members that are interested in joining lessons for the week. The movements taught will be easy to learn and provide great benefits for anyone. Contact Oom Yung Doe at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Programs are available during the week long seminar for children of all ages. Contact Oom Yung Doe at email@example.com for details.
Programs available to former instructors and students
Due to numerous requests from former instructors and students that would like to participate in the weeklong seminar, Oom Yung Doe has made special training and tuition arrangements available for these individuals. If you are interested in the details of these programs, contact Oom Yung Doe at firstname.lastname@example.org. Many students and instructors from around the world are achieving higher levels of skill and ability through Chong Dan Hyung Seminars.
|2012 Traditional Moo Doe Week Long Seminar|
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Electronic Registration Form (submit registration electronically)
Note: The registration page is hosted on a secure site (https).
|Oom Yung Doe, LLC
4901 Morena Blvd #1102
San Diego, CA 92117
The location for this year’s Weeklong Seminar will be The Parker in Palm Springs, CA
Palm Springs was selected for the 2013 Weeklong Seminar to take advantage of the unique energies of the desert environment with its surrounding/adjacent mountains.
The Parker Palm Springs is a Le Meridien 5 star resort. A special room rate of $119 per night, single/double, has been arranged with the Parker for the Oom Yung Doe Weeklong seminar attendees (a $495 per night value). Book a room online or to reserve a room call 760.321.4612 and ask for Alexandra Falcon; be sure to mention you are with “The 2013 Oom Yung Doe Weeklong Seminar”. *The $30 per room/per night resort fee has been waived. The resort fee amenities include:
- Wi-Fi high speed internet access in all rooms and public spaces
- Local Phone calls, Toll free calls
- Free access to Palm Springs Yacht Club (two indoor saline, chlorine free pools, two Saunas, two Steam rooms, and Whirlpool).
- Discounted spa treatments
- Five (5) VIP amenities upon arrival
- 24 hour gym access, via room key
- 24 hour valet parking
Other Parker Resort features:
- 2 outdoor saline, chlorine free pools, one is open 24 hours
- 2 indoor saline, chlorine free pools with sauna, steam room, and meditation room located in the spa
- Yard games: Croquet, Pentanque, Red clay tennis courts, Ping Pong,
- Hammocks, fire pits
Some of the many things to do in the Palm Springs area:
- Hot Springs: The town of Desert Hot Springs is 15 minutes away with more than 10 public access hot springs
- Arial Tram (pstramway.com/): 3 miles
- Hiking Trails
- Golf: over 100 golf courses and driving ranges
- The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens: 11 miles
- Water Park (Water slides): 5 Miles
- Restaurants, shows, movie theaters
- Joshua Tree National Park
- Parker Palm Springs Trail Maps
- Parker Palm Springs Bike Map
- Map of the area around Parker Palm Springs
Palm Springs area trails (many within 2 to 10 minutes)
- Palm Springs Indian Canyon Trails – A mix of strenuous and easy hikes, the valley’s most famous.
- The Araby Trail – An uphill hike that takes you past Bob Hope’s house.
- The Art Smith Trail – Takes you to a palm oasis and great views of Palm Desert.
- The Bear Creek Canyon Trail – A medium difficulty hike to an oasis.
- The Berns Trail – This trail gives you great panoramic views of the valley.
- The Palm Springs Museum Trail – An uphill strenuous hike with great views.
- The Clara Burgess – This trail takes you to the top of Murray Hill.
- The Garstin Trail – Strenuous uphill hike with fantastic views of the valley.
- Desert “Bump-n-Grind” – A very popular hike for valley residents, also a great cardio hike.
- The North Lykken Trail – Uphill hike that provides great views of the valley.
- The South Lykken Trail – One of my favorite hikes in the valley.
- Coachella Valley Preserve – Several trails on or near earthquake faults.
- Mecca Hills / Painted Canyons – Beautiful slot canyon hike, one of my favorites.
- Big Morongo Canyon Preserve – a beautiful nature preserve in Morongo Valley with several hiking trails
Joshua Tree National Park
Idyllwild Area Hiking Trails
- Idyllwild Area Hiking Trails – Hikes you can take during the summer months.
Weeklong Lesson Schedule
|Tentative lesson schedule|
|(may be adjusted for conditions during the day)|
|Morning Lesson:||6:00 am – 9:00 am|
|Dinner:||4:15 pm – 5:30 pm|
|Evening Lesson:||6:30 pm – 8:30 pm|
- Transportation is NOT provided.
- The Parker Palm Springs resort is approximately:
- 5 minutes from the Palm Springs International Airport.
- 1 hour 20 minutes from Ontario International Airport.
- 1 hour 50 minutes from John Wayne Airport.
- 2 hours 15 minutes from Los Angeles International Airport.
- 2 hours from Long Beach Airport.
- 2 and 1/2 hours from San Diego International Airport.
- Lessons will be held on the Great Lawn (see layout of resort)
- Week One:
Registration is 5:00 – 6:00 pm Sunday, June 16th at the Ballroom (see layout of resort). Dinner will be available at 7:00 pm.
The seminar starts Monday morning, June 17th, and finishes Friday evening, June 21st.
- Week Two:
Registration is 5:00 – 6:00 pm Sunday, June 23rd at the Ballroom (see layout of resort). Dinner will be available at 7:00 pm.
The seminar starts Monday morning, June 24th, and finishes Friday evening, June 28th.
- Oom Yung Doe Presentation and Banquet: Saturday afternoon (starting at 5:15 pm) June 22nd at the picnic area near the Ballroom (see layout of resort).
Schedule for Saturday June 22nd:
3:15 pm Group Photos 5:15 pm Banquet and Presentation 7:45 pm Seminar