MuShim knows first-hand the power of Qigong. Born in Korea, she came to America 30 years ago with her family, attending college at the Art Institute of Atlanta—where she studied graphic design and commercial art. When MuShim was 40 years old her health began to deteriorate and she developed heart and joint problems. After starting to practice Qigong, her healing began. MuShim says, “It not only helped me physically, I also noticed that I was very calm and happy.” After experiencing these amazing benefits, MuShim started practicing Qigong seriously and has been doing so for the past twelve years under the tutelage of Ilchi Lee, the founder of DahnMuDo, a Korean version of Qigong based on Sun Tao Principles. Just before coming to Sedona Mago Retreat, MuShim spent five years studying and practicing DahnMuDo in Korea, where it originated. She is excited to be offering a Qigong healing retreat at Sedona Mago Retreat so that more people can experience its benefits.