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Qi Gong is an ancient Chinese healing art form of gentle movement


Qigong is a kind of breathing adjustment, the adjustment of physical activity and awareness of the adjustment (regulation of breath, tone shape, aligning) as a means to physical fitness, disease prevention, fitness sickness, for the purpose of developing a potential kinds of physical and mental training methods. Qigong wide range of work can be divided into dynamic and static power. Dynamic exercise is dominated by the activities of the body qigong, such as the main guide to send to dynamic exercise is characterized by a combination of emotional stresses and physical operations. The static power is the body does not move, rely on awareness, breathing qigong for self-control. Qigong is mostly white movement. Religion, the Taoist priests often practice guidance, elixir qigong, Buddhism, meditation, Qigong meditation is also included. Qigong often practice together with the martial arts or meditation. The Chinese practice of acupuncture qigong often to improve through practice effect.

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									Qi Gong is an ancient Chinese healing art form of gentle movement,
deep breathing and both moving and non moving meditation. Qi is the life
force of nature that nourishes and energizes all living things. In QiGong
practice we learn to strengthen our Qi and move the energy through our
bodies for healing and strengthening, reducing stress, opening our hearts
and creating both physical and emotional well being.

Qigong can be done sitting or standing or lying down and these
introductory classes we are offering will provide the student with a feeling
of the power and joy of practicing qigong. The student will learn a sitting
meditation form of just three movements that will provide peace and well
being and a return to focus in everyday life. We will learn movements from
a number of standing forms that will be easy to remember and incorporate
into one’s daily life.

There is much Western documentation to support the Eastern
knowledge of the benefits of practicing QiGong, lowering blood
pressure, strengthening the body, clearing the mind, healing and wellness
for the body and spirit. Practicing Qigong is a gift you can give yourself,
moments that you dedicate to taking care of yourself. Most importantly,
QiGong is fun! No special equipment, no special place and joy of
practicing together is a powerful sharing of energy.

These introductory classes will be and hour and fifteen minutes. The
instructor has been a practitioner for over ten years and has studied with
Master Li Jun Fang, Fracessco Garipolli, Roger Janke, Kimberly
Rigsbee, Daisy Lee and has been authorized by Master Li Jun Fang to
teach to forms of Sheng Zhen.

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