Qi Gong for Health workshop
Date: Sunday 23rd Jan 2022
Time: 14.00pm - 17.00pm GMT
You can attend online or in-house
30% Early-bird discount: £35.00 per person
Qi Gong has its roots in the breathing, movement and spiritual (shen gong) practices of the Daoists of ancient China. For thousands of years, they sought to develop inner strength and vitality through methods involving the body and the movement of qi (energy).
In today's world of internet, information and time pressures we can easily become overwhelmed and our energies imbalanced or stagnated.
At times we give out too much or store too little, depleting our energy reserves. This can lead to stress, fatigue, feelings of not being able to cope and ultimately to physical illness.
Discover how to listen to your body and learn ancient techniques to recognise and balance the energies of yin and yang. Use these simple, gentle exercises to keep energy circulating, nourish the organs and to maintain and improve your general health and wellbeing.
Discover how to listen to your body and learn some techniques to recognise and balance the energies of yin and yang. Use these simple, gentle exercises to keep energy circulating, nourish the organs and to maintain and improve your general health and wellbeing.
Improve balance, flexibility and muscle control
Improve mental and emotional wellbeing
Increase breathing capacity
Increase internal awareness
What you learn
How to listen to and connect with the energy of the body
How to recognise and reduce tension
Harness the power of yin and yang to help restore balance
Take away some simple meditative techniques and exercises that you can practice at home
Read Carol's bio >
Carol has been practising T’ai Chi for over 18 years and Qigong and Meditation for 8 years with Taoist lineage master B K Frantzis who in turn trained under master Liu Hung Chieh in China. She believes that once given a gift of knowledge, it should be shared so that others can benefit. Over 14 years of teaching, she has helped hundreds of students in their aim to attain stillness of mind, rootedness and internal strength.
As a musician, she is interested in the skill of listening in a physical sense, as well as the improvisational nature of our interactions with others. She is passionate about helping others to be relaxed, flexible and centred thus giving them the tools to remain rooted in this ever-changing world.