Healing Hands Qigong

Part 1: Saturday 11th March, 7.30am – 4pm GMT
Part 2: Saturday 22nd April, 7.30am – 4pm GMT

The Healing Hands course will help us connect to the three primary sources of energy around us: the earth, universe, and nature. By working with specific postures and movements, you will be guided through some wonderful exercises to absorb the abundance of Qi that surrounds us.

Maintaining a happy heart, both physically and emotionally is part of Qigong and Chinese medicine. These two aspects of our overall health are inextricably connected. I have sometimes quoted this Qigong and mindfulness advice: “Don’t dig your well when you’re dying of thirst, do so while you’re still strong.” This strategy holds true for how we care for our hearts. When we practice Qigong and meditate regularly we help to lessen stress and increase vitality. And stress is a major cause of health problems, so anything we can do that helps us physically, mentally and emotionally can only be good for us.

Qigong mirrors the flow of nature, keeping us connected to our source. Now is a great time to enliven and awaken our energy, celebrating our physical, energetic and spiritual bodies.

Come for both days – best – or either of the Saturdays.
 
Feedback from previous weekend courses:
‘I’ve so enjoyed this weekend … Absolutely wonderful. Subtle deep soft strong happy sad and so I could go on. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you xxx”‘Helen, Yoga teacher, Scarborough

‘Fabulous, mind-blowing, heart-warming, regenerating, inspiring – thank you.Xxx’ Barbara, Aylesbury

‘I send much gratitude for a superb weekend’ Allison, Qigong teacher, Scotland.

‘Thank you for an excellent weekend.  I really enjoyed it.  Plenty of things to work on!  I did find it a profound experience, so I am still digesting it.’ Linda, T’ai-Chi Instructor, London

The practices of both Qigong and meditation go towards building our Wei Qi, or protective energy, our immune system. By tapping into the wisdom held in these Qigong practices we can utilise our energy sources and convert lethargy into vitality, depression into cheerfulness.

  • Saturdays 11th March and 22nd April
    7.30am – 8.30am, pre breakfast practise of Qigong & Meditation
    10am – 1pm: Morning session.
    Lunch.
    2pm – 4pm: Afternoon session
    There will be short breaks in the morning and afternoon sessions.
    All times GMT

 All welcome. Via Zoom.

Fee:  £40 for one day or £75 for either a Saturday (but both days best!). A video recording of the Healing Hands Qigong will be offered to participants at the end of each weekend.

Please contact Sue for registration, payment methods and  Zoom login link.


 

Healing Hands Qigong