Spring QiGong Mindfulness Movement
Spring QiGong practice: Thursdays 11:30am Zoom
- 1 hr1 hour
- 10 US dollars$10
Qi Gong (pronounced CHEE Gung) is an ancient Chinese method of gentle exercise and mindfulness that can be performed by just about anyone. The playful practice includes Movement, Breathwork, Static Poses, Visualization and Sounds that focus on optimal health, fitness and well-being, and change seasonally to reflect the body’s needs during different times of year in accordance with the teachings of Traditional Chinese medicine. SPRING PRACTICE The Spring practice emphasizes the Traditional Chinese Medicine Wood element/Liver/Gallbladder system: including the body’s purification system, the eyes and vision, ligament and tendon health. It is great for more energy during the day, especially in the morning The class meets via Zoom Mondays at 6:00 pm and Thursdays at 11:30 am, and occasionally in person. The movements are very similar to light stretching and calisthenics but also facilitate a meditative state and connection with the movement of Universal Energy through the body. The overall intention of the class is “One inch taller; Five years younger”. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Dana McAvity has been practicing and studying QiGong for 13 years. She received her teaching certification from Lee Holden and has also studied intensively with various Masters, including Yang Yang, Mingtong Gu, Robert Peng, and Kenneth Cohen. She serves on the boards of the Global Lyme Alliance and the Hyde School in Bath, Maine. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and shoes.
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