Inner Power Qigong Basics: 9 Phases Movement Form for Cultivating Vitality 7/20/2019 Kalamazoo, MI


Regular price $55.00
Inner Power Qigong Basics:
9 Phases Movement Form for Cultivating Vitality.
This workshop includes practicum, lecture, Q&A, and lunch.
Saturday, July 20, 2019, 1:00-5:00pm for only $55!  Limited space. Pre-registration required.


Spend a few hours experiencing qigong for the first time, or deepen your personal practice for self-care, stress mastery, and optimum well-being. Whether your focus is to heal yourself, serve others, merge with nature, maximize productivity, nourish intuition and creativity, or create inner peace, these 9 Phases are tools with extraordinary powers to release your potential.

Every form of moving meditation including tai chi, qigong, and yoga share a basis in essential empowerment principles. The greatest promise offered by the ancient mind-body practice of qigong is that we can heal our own pain and suffering. Refined for millennia, this Chinese meditative exercise system focuses on absorbing and cultivating life-force energies, combining body, breath, and mind-focused methods to enhance and harmonize qi (vital force). Those who practice qigong regularly often experience striking improvement in their energy and well-being.

Starting with the ancient Three Treasures and qi awareness, you can discover your natural inner power through the “Nine Phases of Cultivation and Mastery of Qi”, distilled from The Healing Promise of Qi: Creating Extraordinary Wellness Through Qigong and Tai Chi by Dr. Roger Jahnke

 

 

 

 

Kristy Putnam's certifications include wellness coaching and mind-body practices, with a focus on mindfulness. After earning a B.S. from Purdue in Financial Planning, and pursuing a traditional career path, Kristy became a Lifestyle Entrepreneur. Tai Chi Easy™ Senior Trainer of the IIQTC, and a student of holistic health since 2000, Kristy’s passion is to empower self-care through writing, public speaking, business consulting, and wellness education. Kristy has studied extensively with Roger Jahnke, O.M.D., including weeks of travel in China.