My school really only minimally does Chi Gung. We are encouraged to do standing meditation on our own. Sometimes, we do 5 minutes of it in class for the instructor to go over points you should do in meditation. We also do 8 Pieces of Brocade. Anyways, our GM studies it intensively and has for many years. He is coming down for our yearly seminars with him and he is teaching a seminar in 5 Animal Chi Gung. I know almost nothing about it and am trying to decide if I should take this seminar. Is this something that varies widely from different lineages or is it the same everywhere? Has anyone ever done something called this? If so, what did you think of it? I am definitely doing one of the other seminar choices where GM Wong will be teaching advanced TCC concepts. I won't be doing the CLF forms he is teaching this year as I am focusing on curriculum material for my next test. But this won't be a form to memorize that takes away from time to practice for said test. I keep going back and forth about doing it. He almost never teaches this in seminars, so it is a rare opportunity. But I just don't know. I consider the seminars a good value, but it isn't cheap. So I only want to do it if I think I will keep up the practice. That is why I want to learn a bit more about it if anyone else here has done it or something similar.