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Individual & Group Qigong Lessons



Qigong is made up of of two Chinese Words. Qi (CHEE) refers to the "life force energy" that flows through us and everything in the universe and Gong, pronounced, GUNG, which translates to the skill one develops with consistent practice.


Qigong is a mind/body exercise that teaches how to relate to the body in a way that can transform you. It is an ancient Chinese practice devoted to enlightening the body, heart and mind. Qigong is considered one of the Five Branches of  Traditional Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture, Energy work (Qigong/Tai Chi,) Massage, Herbal medicine, & Chinese dietary medicine). It's a form of meditative and mindful exercise that has proven to improve balance, flexibility, lower stress and improve quality of life.

Qigong is easy to do, can be done seated or standing, and can be practiced by people of all ages and all abilities. 



  • Cultivates energy

  • Maintains and increases our health and vitality

  • Integrates breathing, focused intention, and gentle physical postures

  • Can be practiced by anyone, anywhere,

  • Requires no special equipment or clothing 

  • Can be practiced seated or standing

  • Can be practiced by folks of all ages

  • Effective supplement to Yoga, running or other physical exercise

  • Helps develop a positive attitude

  • Movements can be meditative and is accompanied with deep breathing which increases physical activity resulting in increased energy in mind and body

  • These practices will help you cope with life stresses 

  • Enhances our immune system. When qi flows throughout the body, all body systems are supported


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Classes & Services

Weekly Zoom Qigong

class. Thursdays. Click here for more information. 


"A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving." Lao Tzu

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