Qi Gong: “8 Pieces of Brocades”
Good Friday April 14 @ 900am

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About the Session

Please join us this Easter in this two-part workshop. First, we’ll go through a short review from our last workshop on March 25th in energy release & activation exercises to clear energetic blockages, turning stress into vitality.

In the second part, you will learn the “8 Pieces of Brocades” which consists of a sequence of eight gentle standing exercises performed slowly and gracefully to coincide with the breath. It is easy and fun to learn and takes about 10 to 15 minutes from start to finish. The ‘8 Pieces‛ leaves you feeling energized, refreshed and ready to go.

Qi Gong is a long term mindful movement program practiced to circulate, cultivate, regulate, enhance, and guide internal energies called “Qi” to achieve health, vitality, and spiritual awareness. It is an ancient Chinese system of healing and rejuvenation. It involves using your mind, conscious breathing and body to direct the flow of energy.

This workshop is ideal for practitioners of all levels and experience. Children 11 years old or older are also encouraged to attend.

Beginners are welcome.


space available

(Good) Friday April 14/17 @ 900am 

2 hours

WEST END | 836 Gardiners Rd, Kingston ON | 613 384 MIND (6463)

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About the Facilitator(s):
Han Nhan & Sarah Martin
of Saigon Om
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Han Nhan & Sarah Martin
of Saigon Om
Sarah Martin and Hang Nhan, founders of saigon om - a holistic wellness school offering Yoga Alliance 200-hour yoga & mindfulness teacher training and retreats, Tai Chi teacher training, Reiki and massage training. They travel and offer training in Australia, South East Asia and Canada.

Sarah and Hang follow the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh, Zen teacher & poet. They regularly visit Plum Village Monastery in various parts of the world to deepen their mindfulness practice. Committed to the mindfulness path, they are currently practicing towards ordination of the “Order of Interbeing”, which is a community of monastics and lay people who have committed to living their lives in accord with the Fourteen Mindfulness Trainings, a wonderful blend of traditional Buddhist morality and contemporary social concerns.

 
 

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