Ancient Medical Chinese Qi Gong Exercises Online, Online, Sunday, 26. April 2020
About this Event
Weekly Sunday Qi Gong 10.30AM - 12midday on Zoom
£7 - £10 donations payable before the class. Then a Zoom ID number and password will be sent to you x
This simple set of exercises and mindful movement can be learnt by anybody.
The Wu Xing Qi Gong is one of the most common forms of Chinese Qi Gong used for balancing and harmonising the body's energy, and which I prescribe in my Acupuncture and Tui Na Massage clinic here in Bournemouth
It is used primarily to improve health, and you can experience these ancient Chinese energising movements yourself through this new medium of Zoom!
We will begin by doing some stretching exercises and preparing the body - Lydia will have different levels for different people's needs, so for example if you use a wheelchair, have balance issues or are a flexible yoga person, you will feel benefit of the warm up exercises.
We will use the breath, simple body movements, which should help the body and mind to release the stress and strains of the week.
By purging this stagnant energy, it opens up space for the new, and helps to prepare our bodies with natural movements which will lead into the Wu Xing Qi Gong.
Please wear loose comfortable clothing and bring a bottle of water.
Qi Gong instructor certificated by the Lotus Nei Gong School of Daoist Arts.
In classes I will be drawing on and teaching a number of different Qigong sets, Dao Yin, Breathing techniques, Ji Ben Qi Gong (fundamentals) Wu Xing Qi Gong (5 element Qi Gong).
The classes also include body conditioning, loosening and stretching.
My aim is to introduce students to some of the fundamental Daoist practices and lifestyle choices that help someone in there Qi Gong practices and as a practising Traditional and Ancient Chinese Medicine Acupuncturist and Tui Na Chinese Massage Therapist, answer any questions that may come up with regards to the Chinese Arts - or certainly find out if unsure myself!
It is encouraged for students to gradually build up their own daily practice in order to make genuine progress.
I began my journey into the Eastern Arts in 2001 and began training with Damo Mitchell of Lotus Nei Gong International - school of Internal Daoist Arts in 2009. Any questions please email on email