Spotlight on Qi Gong

The practice of Qi Gong has been in existence for around for 4000 years and is prescribed by Doctors in China as a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). 

Modern Qigong is an Eastern self-healing practice that explores the meridians, acupressure points, stillness, slow stretches, gentle flowing movements, breath-work and is accompanied by a strong focus on presence. Originating from China and dating back over 4,000 years.

Qi (Chi) translates to mean life-force energy, and Gong means to work or cultivate. Qigong is adaptable and accessible as a movement practice delivering a range of physical, mental, and emotional health benefits.

After retuning from living in Perfu for 8 months, Jasmine, our resident Qi Gong instructor, decided to undertake Qi Gong instructor training and wants to not only practice this incredible art of self-healing for her own benefit, but share the practice with others.

“Qi Gong practice is a type of health insurance that could be applied to my life”.

Qi Gong runs every Tuesday at 6:00 to 7:00pm. Book a class today.

Jasmine says, “I have always wanted to live a life free from disease and be the one running on the beach at 90+ years old with a giant smile on my face.” 

Qi Gong provides anyone with the opportunity to engage in a self-healing practice that explores the meridians, acupressure points, stillness, breath-work, slow stretches, gentle flowing movements, and is accompanied by a strong focus on presence. 

This simple practice is one that encourages replenishment of the organs, central nervous system and brings aliveness into one’s body. 

 

“Over the years I have become more aware of the flow of my energy and have removed the stagnation that can occur when there are energetic blocks”.

Qi Gong runs every Tuesday at 6:00 to 7:00pm. Book a class today.

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