Moving Qi for a Vital Life: Jade Tiger for Spinal Strength and Integrity

$170.00

Description

At it’s most simple level Qi Gong is a basic practice of following and staying present for the continuously unfolding and changing senses of life force energy as these changes move through you. We will be starting at the beginning in this Qi Gong class: Beginner’s mind. Appropriate for those who have practiced Qi Gong, are practicing, and those who never have and/or want to begin. Beginner’s mind is always profound.

Qi Gong is an ancient system of self-healing consisting of gentle movement exercises that combine breath, slow movement, self-massage, and meditation to harmonize the body, mind and spirit. A dedicated practice can provide countless benefits including increasing calmness, reducing blood pressure, anxiety, musculoskeletal pain, regulating the neruoimmunological system and enhancing resilience,strength, balance and vitality.

You can drop in or attend regularly. We will start each class with some foundational basics and then slowly over this series learn the Jade Tiger Qi Gong form. This form is specifically for the spring season when aligning with the liver energetic system is most available.

The focus during the teaching of this form will be how to gain the benefits of this powerful form for strengthening the suppleness, integrity and flexibility of your spine. Learn how to embody the natural strength of a tiger!

This energetic system supports the time of year when new life is naturally born. The Jade Tiger Qi Gong form is energetic, fun and simple! No prior Qi Gong experience necessary. Optional study book $15.

Embody the suppleness, integrity and flexibility of the tiger!

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  1. Juan

    I love slow movement. One thing I would add is miknag slow movements smooth. In my own experience it’s smooth movement that you can learn to carry into fast movement.Something else that can be combined with slow and smooth movements is miknag the end points of the movement easy to feel.

    • Carrie Lafferty

      Thanks for your comment Juan. Yes, that is very well said. I agree completely that focusing on the sense of smoothness, fluidity, ease and sensory connection is the foundation for learning, developing authentic grace and power, and stepping more fully into our wholistic existence.

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  1. Juan

    I love slow movement. One thing I would add is miknag slow movements smooth. In my own experience it’s smooth movement that you can learn to carry into fast movement.Something else that can be combined with slow and smooth movements is miknag the end points of the movement easy to feel.

    • Carrie Lafferty

      Thanks for your comment Juan. Yes, that is very well said. I agree completely that focusing on the sense of smoothness, fluidity, ease and sensory connection is the foundation for learning, developing authentic grace and power, and stepping more fully into our wholistic existence.

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