is a Qigong Teacher and Shiatsu Practitioner in Forres, Scotland.
She has been Practicing and Teaching for nearly 30 years and has worked in the local Community, the Hospice movement and the NHS as well as for corporations.
Sally specialises in Personal Qigong forms which reflect and aim to balance your elemental make-up.
On-going On-line classes and courses
Tuesday and Wednesday morning classes are on-line for 40 minutes please contact me by clicking here. for details.
My You Tube channel has options for home practice:
CLICK HERE for Fa Soon Gong class - 20 minutes of deeply relaxing Qigong.
CLICK HERE for an invigorating and Mindful class - the 18 movements of Taiji Qigong Shibashi 1
Beginners are welcome!
A 6 session course is available on-line for you to learn the 18 movements of Taiji Qigong Shibashi 2 in your own time. Please contact me by clicking here. for the video links. Each 20 minute session explores 3 or 4 of the total 18 movements so that by session 6 you can do the whole form. Spend as long as you like on one session before going on to the next.
Sally specialises in designing personal daily practices which include
Clearing blocks to progress
This unique service comprises
An hour long interview by Zoom
A personal practice video
3 coaching calls a month.
The price is £80
Please Click Here for more information.
What is Qigong?
Qigong is a form of moving meditation similar to Tai Chi and far easier to learn. It works on the premise that we can gather energy from the earth and environment by adopting a meditative attitude and moving in time-tested ways. CLICK HERE for an example.
Sally currently teaches on-line only.
Teaching Qigong is a delight! As it comes from Traditional Chinese Medicine, any condition can improve, given daily focused practice.
The BBC programme ‘Trust Me I’m a Doctor’ (Series 2; 19th October 2018) compared Tai Chi to Zumba, favourably, as a form of aerobic exercise by measuring flexibility of capillaries, chemical markers of inflammation and heart rate .
This is backed up by a paper published in the BMJ 24th March 2018 which compared Tai Chi to aerobic exercise. Similar physiological results were found and in addition, class attendance and adherence to home exercise was higher than in standard prescribed exercise (patients found Qigong/Tai Chi more enjoyable and less painful) and physiologically had similar or greater benefits. Tai Chi and Qigong are so similar that the research can be applied to both.
Examples of Conditions which are typically improved by Qigong are:
*Lower Back pain: In a 2005 study, 87% of Qigong practitioners reported less back pain.
*Stress-related issues, Fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue.
*Joint Pain or Stiffness or post injury rehabilitation.
*Sleeping difficulty .
*Menstruation or pregnancy issues.
I have just discovered your you tube postings, and just wanted to say thank you. Your teaching is so clear and easy to follow. I have practiced Qigong for several years now and yoga for many, many, so the frame of reference for my accolades to you are well established.." (2018 you tube subscriber)
The Qi Gong Teachers Association UK is a good source of information about Qigong in general.
Qualifications and Insurance
Dip. Teacher of Body Massage
Dip. Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Well Mother Teacher of Pregnancy Massage
Dip. Teacher of Qigong
Member of the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council
My practice is insured by Balens UK.
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