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Online - Qigong & Daoist Principles

Spring Qigong for Health and Wellbeing 19th April 2024

  • Ended
  • 70 euros
  • Online via Zoom

Available spots

Course Details

A 5-week course commencing Friday 19th April 2024. At times of turmoil and unrest, it can be wise to take time to contemplate and connect to trustworthy sources of stability. Our physical Qigong practice will be supported by standing and seated meditation practices, as well as wisdom from various Daoist texts. This is an invitation to cultivate the mystical mind. For this series, we will explore the historical and cultural meaning of the Dao - the Way of balance and harmony within oneself, others and nature. Following on from our exploration of Swimming Dragon Qigong, our Spring programme will expand to include the movements and qualities of other animals, including the Phoenix, Tiger and Crane. Our Swimming Dragon will also keep us company over the Springtime. With Qigong, we especially welcome the benefits to the Nervous System, the Body, Mind, Heart and Spirit. Wellbeing is felt as a sense of being grounded and centered, with a more embodied experience of the movements. These slow flowing practices can remind us of the reasons why they are often called Meditation in Movement. Through regular practice, this mindful, more embodied way of being becomes more effortless, habitual, and comfortable.  A return to naturalness.  Venue: Online via Zoom. A copy of the live recording will be available to registered participants after each session. Dates: Fridays, beginning 19th April 2024. Time: 9.30am Cost: €70 for the 5-week Course. Dana/Donation welcome if experiencing any financial difficulty. Contact me: Booking Essential. Cancellation Policy - Please notify me at least one week before the beginning of the course, so your place can be offered to someone else.

Contact Details

Glounthaune Community Center, Johnstown, County Cork, Ireland

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