Spring Forest Qigong: Catching Your Breath after the Holidays

Learn simple Spring Forest Qigong practices to help you feel calm, relaxed, and centered.
from 10:00 to 12:00

Cost: $20 per session

    Are you looking for a way to re-center yourself and 'catch your breath' after the holidays?

    Did you know that how you breathe is a reflection of your state of mind and level of stress?

    Would it help you to have a few simple techniques to calm the emotions and produce a state of tranquility within?

Description: Now that the holidays are over, join us for a Spring Forest Qigong practice session that will focus on breathing techniques and ways to calm the emotions.

Qigong is the study of energy (chi or qi).  It has been practiced in China for over 5,000 years and has many applications for health and wellbeing.  Spring Forest Qigong was developed by Master Chunyi Lin to provide an accessible version of this ancient practice. The exercises taught in this session are gentle and can be done standing, sitting, or lying down.

In this practice session, we will focus on the breath – a powerful way to decrease stress and activate your parasympathetic nervous system, promoting calmness and relaxation.

The first session in this Practice Series ~ Getting Ready for the Holidays ~ takes place on Wednesday, December 3, 2014. Participants may attend either or both sessions in this series.

Note: Wear comfortable clothing.  Beginners are welcome.

Teaching Staff: Carol Baker (Coordinator), Karen Clark-Stone, Certified Spring Forest Qigong Level I and Level II Instructors

Location: IAS, Alexandria, VA. Students will get directions to our office upon registration.

Click on the PayPal link below. After payment you will be returned to this site to complete the Registration Form.

By Check mailed to: IAS , P.O. Box 320245, Alexandria, VA, 22320-4245

Questions? Send us an e-mail if you have questions about this event or any of our programs.

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