Although Qigong classes are mainly on-line, it is possible to have one to one, face to face or small group coaching.
Beginners are always very welcome
Weekly Qigong Classes Online
Online 40 minute Qigong for Wellness sessions
Unless otherwise stated, these sessions last for 40 minutes and are suitable for both beginners and experienced practitioners.
9.30 Monday: Seasonal Qi Gong with Esther Mason
A session related to the season!
The Qigong will be in line with the Qi which is present at this time of year so that we can do the best for our body and mind.
9.30 Tuesday: The 18 moves of Shibashi Two
As is the case with all Qigong, this form is very adaptable, however, once learnt, it is slightly more demanding than Qigong Shibashi One - particularly good for strength and circulation in the lower body and for heart health.
9.30 Wednesday: The Eight Brocades Qigong and Do-In
A general all round form which can be adapted in many ways to suit the mood of the group or to bring our practice in line with the times!
20.30 Thursdays (4 weeks starting 7th March 24): Fa Soong Gong (Deeply Relaxing Qigong)
Qigong which benefits sleep and rest. 30 minutes.
9.30 Friday: Taiji Qigong Shibashi One Practice space (4 weeks starting Friday 1st March)
A classic form which many participants at our classes already know. This is an opportunity to practice in a group with minimum tuition
Please CONTACT ME. for more information and to book.
Mindful Day Retreats Online
An Extraordinary Ordinary Day. Saturday 16th March 2024
Use supportive Qigong, rest, writing and group sharing to explore and generally nurture yourself.
We will gently reflect in a supportive environment and enjoy group and solo practices.
You can see more detail HERE
"For me the metaphor for the Yin Fire time of the evening is the best meal I could cook myself - what are the best ingrediants and how do I cook them together. Could be a film, chat with family..whatever it is I need to receive, not have to effort outwards"
All the days include:
4 sessions of online:
- Journalling and Meditation
- Insight into Oriental Medicine and how we can use it in daily life
What past participants said
"With an awareness of the dayclock and the investigation into what is right for me at different times, I seem to have got it right! 7 to 11 is when I work and when I pause to ask is this what brings me satisfaction? My answer is Yes!"
"It was like a holiday!"