Qi Gong Cultivation

Date & Time: Friday 11am - 1pm (Starting January 6 - April 26) Duration: 30 hours, over the course of 4 months Fee: $390 Register Now Qi Gong translates directly as "energy work" from Mandarin. Where qi (energy or life force) circulates through our body much like the blood vessel. Our day-to-day life with stress and prolonged sedentary posture forces the qi to slow down and fester in place. Symptom like lethargy, lack of focus appears, and be prone to getting sick. This class teaches the fundamental qigong exercises of both moving and stationary styles. Student learn to become deeply aware of their own qi and how to use it to remain centered and relaxed, to cleanse and disperse stagnant qi,

TCM Nutrition for the Winter Season

Date: Sunday December 18, 2016 Time: 1 pm - 5 pm Fee: $62 Register Now According to TCM theory, winter is associated with the element of water and influences the health of the kidneys, bladder, adrenal glands and immune system. Beginning with a review of the Chinese food classifications, you will learn how to support kidneys and immune system through proper diet, lifestyle changes and the use of adaptogenic foods. This workshop is comprehensive and offers practical knowledge about the theories and practices of traditional Chinese therapies, including how to recognise and treat specific ailments for the winter season, and how to use information about nutrition to help prevent conditions be

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