In-Person and Online/Hybrid Classes begin Sept. 20, 2023
Wednesdays: Tai Chi for Beginners 10-11 am and Qigong 6-7 pm
Thursdays: Qigong 2:30-3 pm and 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: Masks are no longer required 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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The Eight Pieces of Brocade is an ancient Qigong exercise created by a very famous and honorable commander of the Southern Sung Dynasty army, Marshal Fei Yeuh (1103-1142 AD). He created this form to heal and strengthen his solders. Today this exercise 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.
This set of exercises was taught to me by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and strengthens and supports all the organs of the body with special emphasis on the kidney system (root of all the energy in the body) and the Liver and Spleen (the organs most affected by stress).
Swimming Dragon Qigong is a short, fun sequence of gentle movements that increase flexibility of the spine, hips, shoulders, and arms as well as strengthens the core muscles.
No experience needed!
10 lesson recorded program, a half hour per lesson, $80. ONLY $60 if taking another course! Registered students have access to recordings for two years using Google Drive.
(There is a $20 discount for those registering for another course.) (Taught by Lisa B. O'Shea)