Qigong is an ancient Chinese practice of energy movement, practiced daily by millions of individuals. Using slow movement with metaphors, it helps you get energy moving through your body and get your mind into focus, so that your energy can freely help your body rejuvenate and heal itself. Qigong has been shown to improve health, prevent disease, and relieve pain. With 70% or more of our "dis-eases" being preventable, why wouldn't we do more to prevent disease? Qigong can be done by anyone and can be modified for those with current health conditions or physical limitations, even those who are bed-ridden. The body follows what the mind believes. This video captures my allure to Qigong: TaijiZen I encourage each participant to find their own personal practice within the group setting. By tuning into and learning more about your body, you increase the benefits of Qigong. Each class will provide you with a variety of moves to get your energy flowing and to enhance your focus. See what Dr. Oz says about Qigong in this Video
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6 Week Introduction to Qigong Course
Learn the basics of Qigong so that you can begin a practice at home.
Each Friday beginning May 17 through June 21st, 2019
Tulsa Shambhala Center - 5001 S. Fulton (across the street from the Tandy YMCA)
5 Remaining weeks pre-paid course $36 or single class $8.
In this class we'll cover:
- 9 Phases of Qi - Flow Practice
- Guo Lin Walking Meditation
Please enroll by the Wednesday preceding the class you wish to attend.
Session 1 - May 17 SOLD OUT.
Please reserve either the remaining 5 classes or single classes (weeks 2-6) here.
These dates are confirmed for future Qigong gatherings and learning at the
Osage Forest of Peace:
Sunday, Sept 8, Sept 22, and Oct 20, 2019 - Gathering/Learning 2:00-4:00 pm
Possibilities of Qi; Qigong Retreat Weekend March 13-15, 2020
Informative Links about Qigong: