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QiGong


Adult Enrichment / Fitness & Dance -
Fall 2021

With roots in traditional Chinese medicine, qigong’s goal is to cultivate and balance our life energy, or “qi.” Qigong practice typically involves meditative, slow-flowing movement coordinated with deep rhythmic breathing to produce a calm state of mind. Part of traditional Chinese medicine, the practice is similar to tai chi, but simpler, and benefits can include improved immunity, better balance, and lower blood pressure. We will work with the Seven Precious Gestures and the Eight Brocades, as well as some basic walking and breathing practices. Flex and stretch gently and learn simple routines you can practice at home.

Instructor

Judith King


Judith King originally took up tai chi to help alleviate the pain of a chronic illness. She has been teaching for many years.

Sue Wood


Sue Wood has practiced tai chi and qi gong since 1984. She has studied with Dr. Yang Yang, Dr. Roger Jahnke, Kenneth Cohen, and David Zucker. Her goal is to provide simple practices that students can integrate into their daily lives.

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  Sue Wood


Arlington High School
Tuesdays, Oct 19 - Nov 23
6:00 - 7:00 PM

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Price: $ 89 00
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  Judith King


Calvary United Methodist Church
Thursdays, Sep 23 - Dec 9
9:30 - 10:30 AM

  No Class Nov 11 & Nov 25


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Price: $ 145 00