Mon, Jan 16|
QIGONG, Moving Meditation
Qigong is similar to Tai Chi, it is a standing, bending, reaching, flowing, very very slow movement practice, utilizing the breath, the mind, and the stabilizer muscles, to stretch and strengthen the body, and moving your stagnant Qi to regenerate and revitalize.
Time & Location
Jan 16, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Hanson, 1375 Main St, Hanson, MA 02341, USA
About the Event
Class days and time:
Mon, Wed, Fri
Mondays "New Movement":
Learn a series of movements as we build on them weekly.
Wednesdays "Full Flow":
Follow along as we go thru the entire 36-step series.
Fridays "Refresh and Refine":
Go over the steps learned on Monday refining the flow.
Qigong is Similar to Tai Chi, it is a standing, bending, reaching, flowing, very very slow movement practice, utilizing the breath, the mind, and the stabilizer muscles, to stretch and strengthen the body, and move your stagnant Qi to regenerate and revitalize the body and mind. There is no lying on the floor or jumping around. It can be done from a chair if needed for any persons with handycap or medical issue's.
Click the RSVP button on this page to Register and make sure space is available.
Then come back to this page to pay online, or you can pay in-store.
What to Bring:
wear comfortable exercise-style clothing.
What is Qigong
Qi Gong is a gentle exercise developed in China over 4000 years ago, it has been used for healing and prevention for many centuries. Qi Gong involves whole-body movement, mental focus, and deep breathing that opens the body energy pathways promoting smooth energy flow, and restores organ harmony. This self-cultivation practice produces powerful healing results. It is also an excellent practice for anti-aging. There is no age limit to practicing Qi Gong. It can be performed while seated if needed, for the elderly or wheelchair-bound, or recovering from a health issue as it helps speed in the recovery. Qigong is also called "Moving Meditation," which benefits one as a whole; Body, Mind, and Spirit.
There are many different types and forms of Qi Gong. They all differ in movements and postures. However, all Qi Gong forms have similar benefits, some are more focused than others and some can target certain illnesses. Here at AHA, we focus on Medical Qigong.
Benefits of Qigong:
Delays the Aging Process, leading to Longevity
Strengthens Muscles and Tendons
Increases Strength and Endurance
Aids in the Treatment of:
High Blood Pressure
Cancer Healing & Prevention
Improvement of Balance and Decrease the Risk of Falling
Increases Mental Health
Increases Aerobic Capacity
Decreases the symptoms of Fibromyalgia or Pain
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