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Meet Jason Dean – The Accidental Monk

Jason Dean

Meet Jason Dean, the accidental monk who has been devoted to training in Chinese martial arts and healing methodology since 1993. With a wealth of experience in both eastern and western perspectives of health, Jason has attained numerous qualifications including ACSM, NASM, Premier, CHEK, RKC, IKFF, Sports Massage, Sports Therapy, Applied Kinesiology, MAT, RTS and more.

As an accomplished therapist, Jason has worked with thousands of clients across Europe and Asia, assisting in lectures, demonstrations, and treatments in various settings including hospitals, physiotherapy departments, and holistic medicine schools.

Jason’s approach to therapy is truly unique, fusing together Western and Eastern techniques to create a harmonious balance for the mind, body, and energy. During private treatment sessions, Jason begins with a review of medical and lifestyle conditions and analyzes movement patterns to identify muscle imbalances and energy distribution in the body.

Through balancing the nervous system, muscle structure, and meridians, Jason’s therapy unlocks the body’s natural self-healing process, restoring balance and harmony to the individual. Jason’s mission is to help individuals understand the amazing resources inside their bodies, and he believes that true health depends on the balance of physical, conscious, and energy bodies.

After a session with Jason, clients are provided with instruction on how to continue their treatment at home. With his fusion of Western and Eastern techniques, Jason offers a unique method to bring the body back to its full balance and promote self-healing.

Testimonial by Dr YK Leung PhD

Jason first visited my Temple School sometime in 1993. Another young man looking for “immortality”. Despite the fact that it took him several years to get rid of old stress and frustrations, Jason did not give up and worked hard on his external fitness and internal training on his own as well as at the school. I would like to point out that many of my students did not manage the training.

Jason also overcame the challenges of his surroundings because his colleagues did not understand the purpose of his hard work. During his training, he also completed his studies at Exeter University in the UK, so he can apply his knowledge of Daoist medicine and Sports Physiotherapy to his patients.

According to my curriculum for Spontaneous QiGong Therapy (SQG Therapy – a unique offshoot of Daoist Medicine), I require my apprentices to accompany me on my travels and gain practical treatment experience with a minimum of 100 patients.

Jason has mastered the training to an excellent standard. He has helped many patients with psychological and physiological problems and I can be proud of him. I accepted him as the 32nd generation of Shaolin Layman Monk and gave him the name Shi XingLik. As a trainer and teacher, I wanted to pay my respect for his success.

I wish you to continue your mission and continue to carry out your good work as XingLik.

Prof. YK Leung PhD (Shi DeLon)