In-Person and Online/Hybrid Classes begin Sept. 21, 2022
Wednesdays: Tai Chi Short Form 12:15-1:15 pm, Qigong 6-7 pm
Thursdays: Qigong 2:30-3 pm, Tai Chi Long Form 3:10-4:10 pm
Unless otherwise stated, no previous experience is needed for any classes.
Course schedule and descriptions below.
Covid policy: Students must wear masks during in-person classes. If you have a cold or any sign of communicable illness, please stay home and participate through the online option or watch recordings of class later.
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Qigong classes at our Rochester location are on Wednesday nigths and Thursdays and are all beginner-friendly. The Wednesday night Qigong programs are at 6-7 pm and are offered in 8-week quarters starting September, November, February, and April. Each quarter a new course is offered and no prior experience is needed.
The Thursday program is a half-hour Qigong program at 2:30-3 pm offered in 10-week trimesters (different material than that offered on Wednesday nights) starting in September, December and March. These classes are also simulcasted online using Zoom and can be watched from home or viewed as recordings for registered students using Google Drive.
Students can start with any of the courses offered and proceed from that point forward.
Private lessons in Qigong are also offered by appointment ($95/hour session).
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Wednesdays 6-7 pm, beginning Nov. 30, 2022. In-person is full, only online still available! This is a feel-good style of Qigong! This set was devised nearly 2,000 years ago by Hua T'o, the father of Chinese medicine. Movements of the crane, bear, monkey, deer and tiger strengthen the internal organs and harmonize the five elemental energies (fire, water, earth, wood, metal).
10-week course, Thursdays 2:30 - 3 pm, beginning Dec. 8, 2022. In-person and online! The Eight Pieces of Brocade is an ancient Qigong exercise created 1000 years ago. It is one of the most popular styles of Qigong and is done all over the world to help people heal from stress and rejuvenate the muscles and joints. Swimming Dragon Qigong is a short, fun and simple style for healing the spine and other joints. No experience needed! Only $60 if taking another class!
- Only $2.99 first month with coupon code SAVE10, thru Jan.
- 100 One-hour Workshop Titles on Qigong, Tai Chi, Nutrition, & Meditation
- New! 8-hour Chinese Medicine Nutrition program has been added!
- all available streaming live on any device
- $12.99 monthly subscription plan, cancel anytime
- 40 one-hour courses include topics on Qigong, Chinese Medicine, nutritional healing, medical Qigong, meditation, and mindfulness, and more
- Master Lisa's entire Tai Chi Long Form course included- 50 one-hour videos!
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10-week course, Thursdays 2:30 - 3 pm, beginning Feb. 23, 2023. In-person and online! The Six Healing Sounds is a simple and profound Qigong style to cleanse and bring healing to the body, mind, and spirit. We will also cover the tenth movement of Shiba Luohan Qigong, a short, fun and energetic style for healing the spine and energizing the body. No experience needed! Only $60 if taking another class!
Wednesdays 6-7 pm, beginning Feb. 8, 2023. Simple, powerful movements and breathing to improve health and wellness and relieve pain. Learn how to feel energy and circulation within your body as you enhance peace and healing. In this class we will study in depth the Four Seasons Qigong set (from the teachings of Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming) which helps the body adjust to the changing seasons as well as clears out energy blockages in specific organ systems and joints. Special focus will be placed on integrating meridian meditation into the movements