Seasonal Movement Challenges

Spring Movement Challenge

7 Modules 20 Lessons

About this course

Welcome to Radiant Shenti's Spring Movement Challenge

Give your body a spring cleanse to clear toxins and blockages that build up during the winter.

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Radiant Shenti brings you a healthy way to cleanse your body, time tested over thousands of years. You will you have fun and learn how to cleanse your body and boost your immunity and emotions through:

  • Qigong
  • Acupressure massage
  • Dietary remedies
  • And more!

Some examples of emotional and physical symptoms that you need a spring cleanse include:

  • Impatience
  • Frustration
  • Resentment
  • Rudeness
  • Stiff tendons or ligaments
  • Muscle spasms
  • Numbness
  • Red, irritated, dry, and/or itchy eyes
  • Indigestion
  • Flatulence

You do not need to put your body at risk from fad diets and cleanses. Chinese medicine has proven strategies to remove your internal blocks, to cleanse the body in a healthy way that won’t sap your energy or bring on new health problems.

Join Radiant Shenti for the Spring Movement Challenge to cleanse your body and embrace spring with new energy and openness.


  • Dates: March 1st-21st
  • Live Class Times: Tuesdays at 5:30 PM and Sundays at 7:00 AM Mountain Time (all classes will be recorded and posted)
  • Where: Via Zoom
  • What: 2 live classes per week plus online lessons and materials to guide you through your spring cleanse
  • Free gift: A 30-day creative bullet journal to keep you on track with your spring cleanse
  • Suitable for all fitness levels


I came away with so much more than I expected.  I imagined I’d learn a few new calisthenics I could do at my desk a couple of times a day to supplement the hard core workout I should be doing after work.  Instead, I learned how easy it is to move throughout the day (even though I have a desk job) and that little bits of movement really  do add up.  Maybe the biggest accomplishment has been that I no longer feel guilty about not being able (or even wanting) to keep up the no-pain-no-gain exercise routines that ultimately created more stress in my life.  I’m now beginning to  remember how much I used to truly enjoy moving my body for no other reason than just because it feels good.  Thank you! ~C.N.

I would like to thank you for everything you've included in the course.  It's very much what I need to accomplish my health goals.  So much is explained and I truly need the movement exercises to loosen up my body. ~L.L.

From doing qigong, my energy is flowing in a new way and I am finally able to let go of what I no longer need and release the thoughts that were the source of my neck and head pain. I am grateful for the peace I feel knowing I have overcome a lifetime of anxiety and anger for assuming responsibility for the pain of others. ~E.L.

I always feel that I have to push myself, work up a big sweat when that is really not anywhere in my comfort level. I’ve always done a slow and steady form of exercise and thank you for confirming that that was a good thing to do! ~P.E.

I have really really enjoyed the 30 Day Movement Challenge and learnt a lot. Thank you for being so generous with sharing information and with your time. My kids are doing the 100 steps after each meal and with virtual schooling, they are also trying to move more during the breaks, thanks to the awareness that you have created. ~B.K.

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Course Structure

2 Lessons

Getting Started

In this module, you will learn how to use your journal and the website for a successful and invigorating Spring Movement Challenge experience.

Using Your Wellness Journal

There are a lot of special little features of your wellness journal. This guided video will introduce you to these features so you can take full advantage of the support the journal provides.

First lesson is FREE

Spring Movement Challenge Introduction and Website Tour

A quick tour of the Spring Movement Challenge website.

First lesson is FREE
2 Lessons

Chinese Medicine Views on Spring

Learn how to cleanse your body safely this spring using ancient Chinese medicine methods. You will learn how to clear your mind and body of blockages that prevent the smooth flow of qi throughout your body.

Healthy Living in the Spring

Chinese medicine believes that the body's task in the spring is to release heat built up during the winter. By allowing yang energy to rise up and out, you will prevent disease and illness. You will also enjoy more stable emotions and greater creativity.

The Wood Element

Staying healthy in spring: The Wood Element / 木 (Mu)

Let’s first look at Wood’s nature to learn about how it relates to our health. Because food is so important for our health, we will provide food recommendations that help reduce the negative aspects listed on the chart below and strengthen the positive ones.

First lesson is FREE
6 Lessons

Spring Qigong

James Saper, master qigong teacher, has created a series of special qigong videos that help you cleanse your body safely. You will also build strength and calm your mind to let go of emotions that harm the liver and heart.

You will also find additional liver and gallbladder strengthening qigong flows in this module, as well as qigong videos from the live classes.

What are qi and qigong?

Learn more about qigong and the role qi and qigong play in your physical and emotional health.

Three tips for learning qigong

James Saper, R.TCM.P. invites you to learn more about qigong and how to think about your practice.

Introduction to spring qigong flows

In Chinese culture, there's always this idea of the Yin and the Yang. In this lesson you will learn what this means for ensuring a healthy transition to the spring.

Spring Coiling Qigong Exercises

Coiling qigong exercises help to release stagnation and move toxins up and out of the body.

The Tiger Pounces

The tiger pounces is a classical qigong movement that involves different animals. This posture is one of the Tiger series. Although very powerful, the movement is also very soft and smooth that flows through the ligaments and tendons.

Spring eye massage

In Chinese medicine, the eyes are a conduit to the liver. Massaging and nurturing the eyes heals the liver and helps you stay healthy in the spring.

First lesson is FREE
3 Lessons

Spring Yoga

These yoga sequences are designed to help you detoxify your liver and release heat. They will also strengthen your eyes, which in turn helps your liver and gallbladder.

Twists for spring

Twisting motions release heat and toxins, boosting your health and immunity.

First lesson is FREE
2 Lessons

Chinese Dietary Therapy for Spring

Like nature in the spring, your body's energy is opening and rising, influenced by nature's rhythm. Spring is the season of germination, and your diet should be based on assisting the rise of Yang energy.

Basic principles of eating in the spring

This lesson explains basic principles behind eating in alignment with the energetic nature of spring.

How to make sprouts

Sprouts provide the greatest vitality in the life cycle of a plant and bring that energy into your body. This energy is in perfect alignment with the spring. In this lesson you will learn a little bit more about sprouts and how to grow them.

First lesson is FREE
4 Lessons

Other Chinese Medicine Spring Health Practices

Moxibustion and acupressure massage are important tools to help yang heat rise up and out for vitality and energy.

What is moxibustion?

Learn about moxibustion and how it helps unblock stagnated meridians and qi in your body.

How to light your moxibustion stick

You will learn how to light your moxibustion stick to complete the healing patterns taught by Dr. Hou.

Spring moxibustion points

In this video, Dr. Hou explains why moxa is good for your health in the spring, as well as which acupressure points to use for spring moxibustion.

Combing therapy

Combing helps yang energy rise and move to the outside of your body, strengthening your immune system and releasing heat.

First lesson is FREE
1 Lesson

Class Recordings

You can easily catch up to content you missed by watching recordings of the live classes.

March 2nd

Recordings for March 2nd include:

  • Qigong flow warm up and spring coiling exercises
  • Meet & Greet and Q & A