Qigong Half Day Workshop
Community Outreach Event
DateFeb 24, 2018
Time9:00AM - 12:00PM
Qigong is an ancient form of Chinese exercise that integrates slow, rhythmic movement, mindful breathing and focused intention. It benefits the body by emphasizing the connection we have with the natural world. "Qi" is vital energy in all living things and "gong" is cultivation or work/exercise. As part of traditional Chinese medicine, qigong is used to help us heal and stay healthy.
In this workshop, we will learn self-massages, visualization, breathing techniques and simple movements to help us feel whole and connected. Special emphasis will be placed on the Liver as we approach spring, which represents period of growth and the seasonal start to Yang energy. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing.
All proceeds from this class will be donated to Pullman Parks and Rec. Please sign up through Pullman Parks and Rec.
- Date: Saturday, February 24th
- Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
- Location: Bishop Place, Social Room
- Cost: $20
- Instructor: Liz Lee, Licensed Acupuncturist