Movement, Attentiveness, and Ancient Wisdom Tradition


  • Date: 17/03/2024 10:00 AM - 17/03/2024 05:00 PM
  • Location Pearson Park Pavilion, Dohrmans Rd, Oxford, New Zealand (Map)
  • More Info: Beside the Oxford Squash Club at Pearson Park, 56 Main Street, Oxford

 

Description

Healing Breath & Tiger Qigong 

Movement, Attentiveness, and Ancient Wisdom Tradition 

Seasonal Qigong practices are a wonderful way to connect deeply with nature, our surroundings, and ourselves. When we are tuned in with nature, it is easy for our body and immune system to adjust to changes, like temperatures, weather, and energy. We stay flexible and so can act appropriately in new situations.

I created this one-day course to "tune" you into the change of season from late summer into autumn with "Tiger" Qigong.

The "Tiger" is related to autumn and metal energy. The nose is the "window" of the lungs, related to the smell, the colour is white to silver. The lungs are responsible for respiration and the intake of oxygen, while the large intestines regulate waste elimination.

It's a magical time, one in which we can turn our attention inward and attend to our letting go.

Tiger Qigong is an energetic, joyful sequence of movements to activate balance and grounding in the body. It increases the elasticity of tendons and exercises the muscles, ligaments and fascia.  It opens the body and mind for the free and continuous movement of energy.

Imagine being able to walk, run, or do any physical activity without feeling any stiffness or discomfort. That's the power of Tiger Qigong.

The "Healing Breath" is also known as “Bone Marrow Breathing”. It is the perfect complement to the energising movements of “Tiger” Qigong. This ancient Taoist practice leads to deep inner relaxation, which is revitalising and can help improve bone density. You also can do this exercise lying down.

This Qigong is suitable for both beginners and existing practitioners. No previous knowledge is required

This seminar includes morning/ afternoon tea break and a lunch break

Tea in the breaks is included

Download the flyer here: Oxford Sun-web.pdf