Qigong and Guided Meditation
February 11, 2020 @ 8:00 am$50. – $65.
Qigong is an ancient practice evolved from Traditional Chinese Medicine, martial arts, and philosophy. It is a practice designed to cultivate and balance qi (chi) – intrinsic life energy – by aligning breath, gentle movement, awareness and meditation to enhance physical wellbeing and bring a calm state of mind. Effects and benefits may include: improved physical balance, loosened muscles, decreased stress, and balanced emotions. Qigong can be practiced standing or sitting, according to individual needs. A 45-minute session of active qigong will be followed by a 20-minute period of seated meditation. Several meditation techniques will be used over the course of the term, giving those new to meditation practice with the different styles. Pre-register to reserve a space or drop in for single sessions (drop in $15 per class).
Classes meet February 11 – March 10
Tuesdays, 8:00 am – 9:15 am
#WT10 $65 (Museum members $50)