In qigong practice, an individual quiets the mind, experiences a grounded and centered state while using focused intent, breath, and body posture to lead chi or vital life-force energy within one’s being. Internal practices involve a still body, sitting, standing, or lying. External practices add the movement of limbs while still gathering or directing chi throughout the body with the mind. The goal for this class is to provide a group experience for regular practice of qigong, and to provide an introduction to different basic concepts and practices for those new to qigong. Classes are organized into series that build on one another, but are also suitable for one-time curious drop-in participants.
This class meets in the Choir Room, located on the lower level of Wedgwood Presbyterian Church – please contact the NEST office for accessibility information.
Free and open to the public.