The Xi’an Center and The Best of Me Invite you to the Zhìnéng qìgōng Healing retreat in Mexico

Dates: from 15th to 19th June 2023.

Place: In Rancho el Rinconcito, Santiago Acutzilapan, Estado de México.

Cost: $10,500 Mexican pesos in 3 payments.

$1,000 Mexican pesos DISCOUNT when you reserve a place before April 30th ($9,500).

First payment $1,500 to reserve your place before April 30th.

Second payment $4,000 pesos by May 20th.

Third payment $4,000 pesos by June 10th.


  • Five days of deep healing with Master Yuan of the Xi’an Center in China.  More information from Master Yuan at the end of the document.
  • Spanish translation by zhìnéng qìgōng instructor Citlalli Álvarez certified in China.  More information from teacher Citlalli at the end of the document.
  • Scientific😃 research, we will measure stress and pain levels.
  • Shared accommodation with 2 or 4 people.
  • Breakfasts, lunches, and dinners throughout the retreat.

NOTE: Does NOT include transportation.

INFORMATION: Con Guadalupe Monday through Friday from 11am to 5pm 55 16 57 66 10

REGISTRATION: With Citlalli Monday through Friday from 2 pm to 4 pm 55 60 86 15 21

Teacher Yuan Ming.

In 1999 he graduated from the 2-year instructor training program of the Hua X ia Center.

Since then, he has devoted himself to teaching and doing scientific research.

Yuan Ming is a senior lecturer at the Xi’anCenter’s intelligent scientific research center, which is the research base of the Qìgōng Scientific Research Institute of Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

He is a member of the Chinese Association of Medical Qìgōng.

He is an intermediate qìgōng fitness trainer.

He is an acupuncturist. He is the director of the Department of International Cultural Exchange of the Xi’an Center for Scientific Research.

Teacher Citlalli Álvarez.

She obtained her degree in Biology at the Faculty of Sciences of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, and her Master of Science degree at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

In 2011 she started as a practitioner of zhìnéng qìgōng and in 2015 she became certified instructor with the Beijing Wisdom Healing Center in China.

Since then, she has been teaching children and adults and, at the same time, she has been doing scientific research projects with zhìnéng qìgōng.

Workshops of zhìnéng qìgōng taught face-to-face in: United States (South Gate, Alhambra, Lynwood, and Santa Fe Springs), and in Mexico (Ensenada, Puerto Morelos, Guadalajara and Mexico City).

With the beginning of the pandemic, she has given online workshops for students from different countries.

She has 10 years of experience in science communication, and she has published 21 articles on science communication in diverse journals.

She has published 6 research articles with zhìnéng qìgōng:

  • The Effects of Zhìnéng qìgōng’s Practice on Glucose Levels, Blood Pressure, and Body Weight in People with Acquired Visual Disability. The Journal of Traditional Easter Health & Fitness. Volume 28, No 3, Autumn 2018, 4-7
  • The Impact of Zhìnéng qìgōng’s Practice on Quality of Life of the “Tapalpa Products for Pastry” Enterprise Personnel. The Journal of Traditional Easter Health & Fitness. Volume 32, No 1, Spring, 2022, 20-23.
  • Effects of External Qì on the Growth of Apices of Dahlia brevis in Vitro.
  • Effects of external qì on the growth and survival of Orbicella faveolata coral micro fragments grown in nurseries of the National Institute of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Zhineng Science Worldwide Vol. 6, January 2020.

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