Learning QiGong

I teach QiGong (Shibashi 1, 2 and 3)  for various purposes and hence in a number of different ways and contexts.  For latest offers see>>>.

My ongoing CLASSES  are taught in small groups with no more than 10 participants at

Rose in Canada 2014

Rose in Canada 2014

beginners and advanced level. The forms I teach are simple with the emphasis on working with Breath, Qi and Mind. 

WORKSHOPS  are being offered as the occasion arises or on demand. They can be introductory, or focus on deepening our QiGong practice and understanding of self-healing or emphasis our use of QiGong when working with students or clients.

ONE to ONE SESSIONS are available for all levels and for all purposes.

An excellent and indepth introduction to QiGong  by the eminent teacher Dr Yang can be found on youtube (in three parts).

Who is it for and what will you work on:

Classes:  

Remedial QiGong for self-healing:

We aim to raise awareness for how we use and treat our body and mind. The main aim is to work on posture and coordination,  strength and suppleness of muscles and joints,  balance, ease and flexibility of mind. We also work with breath and sound. >>>

One to One Sessions:

These sessions are available for those who want or need more personal or in-depth input on how to make use of QiGong to improve their health and well being, but also for those who improve their therapeutic  practice or teach QiGong, energy work or dance in a variety of contexts.

Workshops:

QiGong for students of Shiatsu and related therapies:

The aim is physical and spiritual self-development. While learning and deepening the form, we deepen our understanding of the basic principles and theoretical aspects of Chinese Medicine and Zen Shiatsu, anatomy and modern concepts like anatomy trains and tensegrity. This would usually be done in the form of a workshop.

QiGong for therapists (Shiatsu, Cranio-sacral, Osteopathy, Massage, Physiotherapists, etc): 

Here the focus lies with the ability to give our clients exercises that will help them to help themselves. Gaining an understanding of how we can work with our body and our energy helps to open up to, and prolong the effect of, treatment and to grow out of unhelpful habits.

QiGong for Tango dancers:

The similarities between Tango and QiGong are amazing with respect to intention and Qi projection but also, of course, with respect to posture, balance and poise.  I am very keen to run some workshops for Tango enthusiasts and hope to be able to set something up 2015. If you are interested, I would appreciate your input.

 

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