Traditional Chinese Qigong - 6-week class

with Sophie Leger

October 2nd—November 6th (2018)

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  • $120 Enriching
  • $90 Sustaining
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Room: Main Shrineroom

Qigong is a Chinese art of health that has been practiced for over two thousand
years. A form of gentle, relaxing exercise, qigong strengthens joints, muscles,
tendons, and bones, increases flexibility, stimulates the circulation of energy in our
body, and enhances mental clarity.

Qigong not only maintains physical and mental well-being for healthy individuals but
is also an excellent way to gently introduce mobility and relaxation to persons who
have physical challenges. In addition, Qigong has been used for centuries as a tool
to build the foundation for sitting meditation.

The program will introduce participants to several basic practices of Daoist qigong
drawn from two unique lineages, the Pre-celestial Limitless Gate School
(Xiantianwujimen) and the Yiquan School. The forms include self-massages, slow
movements, stretching, standing postures, and meditation.

The content of this 6-week course is the same as what is offered in a Level 1-2. It is
the basis for a progressive program of qigong instruction presented by Eva Wong
and authorized instructors, exclusively through Shambhala Centers.


Please note that this course has limited enrollment. There are only 7 spots left. You can register here (link).