About Limin Song

Like most people, Qigong Master Teacher Limin Song began the study and practice of Qigong in order to feel better. Limin was suffering from very poor health in 1989 when she found Qigong. Feeling a deep harmony with the teaching, she devoted a tremendous amount of time and energy to both learning and practicing Qigong.

In 1992 Limin earned her Certificate of Qigong Training from the Medical Qigong Institute of Liaoning Province, China. Two years later she received her Qigong Teacher diploma from the Qigong College and Research Center of Practical Qigong in Benxi, China as well as her Acupuncture and Massage diploma from the Liaoning Chinese Medicine Institute. Ms. Song also holds a Master Degree in Public Health from the University of Hawaii, and graduate degrees in Organic Chemistry from Liaoning University and in English from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China.

Limin has studied privately with a wide variety of Qigong and Tai Chi Masters. In 1994 she was certified as an International Qigong Master and Teacher from the Xian Qilin Culture Institute, China. In 1995, she was invited to Turtle Island, a comprehensive health center at Minnesota, USA to teach Qigong classes and treat patients with Qigong. Limin has been teaching Qigong and Tai Chi in community centers and hospitals since moving to Hawaii in 1996.

More important than her professional development, Limin began to feel better…much better. Through persistent practice, her health improved steadily and in a relatively short time, she regained her overall good health. Inspired by transforming her health through Qigong, and witnessing many other Qigong students achieve similarly positive benefits, Master Teacher Song dedicated herself to educating and training people about Qigong. As President and lead organizer of East West Qigong International, a nonprofit organization in Honolulu, Hawaii, Limin focuses her efforts on conducting quality Qigong classes and seminars and systematically documenting the self-healing effects of Qigong practice.

In 2006, after 7 years of working as a research project coordinator in the Hawaii State Department of Health, Limin left her job to focus fully on servicing the community through Qigong and Tai Chi training and general health education. Sharing Qigong with others and seeing people benefiting from it is her passion. Over the years, Limin has been invited to speak to many different groups, conferences, clinics, senior centers and organizations. Many people have shared with Limin that learning about Qigong from her has been a life changing experience.

Today, Limin teaches Qigong, Tai Chi, Meditation and how best to use these methods to help with stress management, depression, energy adjustment, deep relaxation, sleep disorders, gaining higher self esteem, relationship harmony and the general healing of chronic diseases.