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Qi Gong

Thank you to all who participated in the 1000 Hands Buddha series. It is very exciting to see you deepen in your practice. Qi Gong instruction will resume on Thursday March 15th where we will begin our study of Zen meditation. Class will continue to meet at Many Waters Wellness Center. Class will again be held Thursday evenings at 7pm. The cost for the series is $45, or $10 per session. The series will go from 3/15/2018 to 4/19/2018, but there will be no class on Thursday 4/12 as I will be out of town.

Qi Gong means breath work or energy work depending on how you translate the characters. It is an ancient form of moving meditation. It uses breathing exercises in combination with simple stretches. Regular practice of Qi Gong can relieve stress and anxiety, balance hormones, regulate digestion and improve balance. Ancient Qi Gong forms use a combination of movement, breathing, meditation, and intention to optimize wellbeing.

The Zen meditation I will introduce will use breathing exercises and a guided meditation to calm the mind and open the Heart. This type of meditation develops inner peace and facilitates a deep joyful and meditative state in which powerful self-healing can occur.

This is a beginner's class, but all skill levels are welcome.

Please contact me if you have questions or would like to participate in this class.

Eight Treasures Qi Gong

St. Paul's Episcopal Church across the street from my office has invited me to lead Qi Gong for their parish as part of their healthy lenten initiative.

If you would like to take advantage of this great opportunity, come join us at the church on Wednesdays at 11:30am through March.

Eight Treasures Qi Gong is a wonderful standing meditation that both strengthens the body and nourishes the internal organs.