Retreat, Mauro Lugano

<p>The idea of this video is to share with friends all over the world my personal&nbsp;impression of visiting China to attend training at Yuantong&#39;s Liu house and its beautiful surroundings. Trying to transmit the feeling and inspire you, heart to heart and mind to mind.</p>

<p>La idea de este video es compartir con todos los amigos alrededor del mundo la sensacion de visitar China y participar del entrenamiento en la casa de Yuantong Liu, y&nbsp;conocer los hermosos paisajes alrededor, transmitiendo de corazon a corazon y de mente a mente, para inspirarlos.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>

<p>Mauro Lugano naci&oacute; en La Plata, Argentina en 1986. En su adolescencia sinti&oacute; una temprana fascinaci&oacute;n por la luz y la belleza, lo que lo motiv&oacute; a estudiar cine y fotograf&iacute;a. Viajando por Am&eacute;rica Latina con un proyecto documental para explorar las raices de su cultura, sinti&oacute; que el camino le mostraba que las artes solo tienen valor cuando logran alumbrar dentro del alma humana, despertando la conciencia. A partir de entonces empez&oacute; a explorar su vocaci&oacute;n terap&eacute;utica, estudiando en un principio Terapias Manuales Orientales, y como dice el dicho: &ldquo;El maestro aparece cuando el alumno esta listo&rdquo;: En 2010, de regreso en su ciudad natal, se encontr&oacute; con El Centro, la escuela de Qi Gong de Gustavo Villar.&nbsp;All&iacute; comenz&oacute; su formaci&oacute;n en Tai Chi y Qi Gong, aprendiendo distintos sistemas y estilos, tanto tradicionales como modernos, entre ellos el ZhiNeng QiGong, al cual se dedic&oacute; desde el 2014 con especial voluntad, tras reconocer su eficacia y su maravilloso potencial transformador en la salud y la consciencia humana.</p>

<p>English</p>

<p>Mauro Lugano was born in La Plata, Argentina, in 1986. During his adolescence experienced an early fascination for beauty and light, which motivated him to study photography and cinema. Travelling across Latin America with a documentary project to explore the roots of his culture, he sensed that the road was showing him that art is valuable only when it serves to cast light into the human soul and awake the consciousness. Since then he started to explore his therapeutic vocation, studying Oriental Manual Therapies. As the proverb says &ldquo;the master appears when the student is ready&rdquo;: In 2010, back in his hometown, he met El Centro, the school directed by Gustavo Villar, where he began his formation in Tai Chi and Qi Gong. There he learnt different styles from both, modern and traditional systems, among them ZhiNeng QiGong to which he immediately dedicated, after recognizing it as a marvelous and efficient way to transform human health and develop consciousness potential.</p>

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